Danielle writes of this zine:
"In this book, I have memorialized the gestures of distracted clerical workers, myself included, who have inadvertently inserted ourselves into the historical archive as embodied mistakes --disrupting the seamless translation of public domain texts into digital commodities as we insert our fingers into the margins. During breaks in my work at a library I've scanned a 1901 version of Alfred Lord Tennyson's poem "In Memoriam" and inserted a parallel message in American Sign Language. This finger spelling interprets notes of encouragement, taken from the Tennyson poem and Naomi Klein's address to the Occupy Wall Street movement."
Staple bound, 206 pages, 6" x 8", b&w photocopy, 2011
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