Miranda Lichtenstein • New Yorker

Saturday, 7 November 2015

“We did edit the images to be able to work in a traditional page turning order, and for each coupling on the back of the spreads to work together, a double edit. But though the book can be laid out and thumbed through a page at a time ‘in order,’ it is made to be completely taken apart. We really want readers to feel free to take the whole damn thing apart and never put it back together the same way.” Aaron Huey as interviewed by Olivier Laurent • Time

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