TEN BOOKS (2012)

''Ten books" reveals how knowledge is subjective. The books were each modified by the symple rule of reintroducing the information according to personal preferences. For example, the book Artifice by Jorge Luis Borges was written by hand and then erased to tell the story of the character Funes, the memoirist who had a great memory but could not think. Also in the installation, the Tractatus Logico-philosophicus is presented, with the content omitted referencing the philosopher Ludwig Wittgenstein's notion that the most important part of a book is that which has not yet been written. TEXT: SPA / EN / GER

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