22.5 x 13,5 cm, 8 pages, black & white, three hole pamphlet stitch, 2011
Printed and published by AND
The second of the Piracy Papers, a series that explores material previously only published online. In this short story James Bridle explores the possibilities and practices created by the current practice to employ workers overseas to digitize classic English literature into e-books. What are the systems that guarantee the truthful “transformation” of these texts.
Apropos—instability of texts. What have you been reading?
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