Janet Zweig’s “Invention and Revision” (1991) featured in volume 1 of JAB, The Journal of Artists’ Books.
"Zweig’s hybrid invention dynamically moves paper electromechanically and is programmed to print (!) on paper an appropriated text which is then turned inside out, exposed and deposed. This subversive device has opened new doors in the definition of book-like."

Janet Zweig’s “Invention and Revision” (1991) featured in volume 1 of JAB, The Journal of Artists’ Books.

"Zweig’s hybrid invention dynamically moves paper electromechanically and is programmed to print (!) on paper an appropriated text which is then turned inside out, exposed and deposed. This subversive device has opened new doors in the definition of book-like."

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