So many books published every year and so little time to read.
In times of world-wide culture overproduction I didn't write a book: I made one book-looking object with a deep-looking statement on the cover. And honestly it doesn't take long to read.
On the inside I actually did what i state on the cover: I just dotted the i's and crossed the t's of Kenneth Goldsmith's Uncreative Writing book, leaving the i's dots, the t's crosses and the original pictures of Kenneth Goldsmith's book Uncreative Writing. Nothing else.
It's both an exercise in abstract plagiarism and a lazy homage to uncreative writing, an enlightening concept I learned too late from Kenneth Goldsmith.
Guido Segni, September 2020
Photo credits: Alessia Bressan