"This was commissioned by the Art Libraries Society of New York for the Contemporary Artists Books Conference at Printed Matter's 2009 NY Art Book Fair."
"What follows is the documentation of 23 travels within Wikipedia (navigating from article to article via a connecting hyper-link, producing a string of connecting articles)."
Contributors include Paul Branca, Dexter Sinister, Barbara Ess, Fillip, Rob Giampietro, Marc Handelman, Zach Houston, Adam Katz and Julia Sherman, Brian Kennon/ 2nd Cannons Publications, Chosil Kil, Alex Klein, Marisa Olson, Paul Pieroni, Laurel Ptak, Eileen Quinlan, Michael Smoler, Jamie Stewart, Oraib Toukan, Lia Trinka-Browner, Jen Delos Reyes, Rafael Rozendaal, Ryan Waller, and Amy Yao.
"New York's Hometown Newspaper. Printed in an edition of 1000 on the first anniversary of '9-11', to reclaim my birthday on the same day. Based on an open editorial policy which aimed at confronting the media control of original 9-11 coverage, it included over 100 contributions on every possible subject, solicited from my friends and accepted as birthday gifts."--Aleksandra Mir.
"Printed in a tabloid format in red and yellow ink Evil People in Modernist Homes in Popular Films offers a serious but lighthearted investigation of the representation of Modernist architecture in popular film, reflecting on the convention of associating evil characters and events with Modern buildings, and also, more generally, on the relation between cinema and architecture. A series of texts point to examples in the James Bond films, Ridley Scotts Blade Runner, Ang Lees The Ice Storm, and many others, accompanied by plentiful film stills."--Publisher's website.