Book-ish Territory: A Manual of Alternative Library Tactics (2011)

25 October 2011, dusan

“This project aims to challenge the model of the institutionalized library, calling for a new decentralized system. The fundamental characteristics of a library and a city are the same: they both serve as spaces of exchange and encounter. Dispersing library content throughout the city would be of mutual benefit to the library and city: opportunities for informational exchange and casual encounter would dramatically increase.” (from introduction)

Published in May 2011
208 pages

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