Posted by: bluesyemre | August 12, 2018

A Monument of #Books by Merilyn Simonds

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When Buenos Aires was the World Book Capital in 2011, the city constructed an 82-foot, wire-mesh tower that entrapped 30,000 used books donated by libraries, embassies, and individuals. Visitors climbed stairs inside the “Tower of Babel,” reading the titles and listening to Marta Minujín, the installation artist who conceived the project, repeating the word “book” in dozens of languages.

http://merilynsimonds.com/books-unpacked-blog/a-monument-of-books/


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