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A book-triptych of Death Strip + #13767 + I Am Warning You

210 x 165 mm, 288 pages (3 books of 68 / 76 / 144 pages) Book-triptych with soft covers and exposed spines in a slipcase

I Am Warning You is a book-triptych dedicated to three different border walls: American-Mexican, Hungarian-Serbian-Croatian and The Berlin Wall. The three books cumulatively present an  architectural survey dedicated to propaganda and control, and the collected experiences of the borderland communities. The triptych represents various physical structures that are degrading from one book to another—from the heavily fortified American wall to the Hungarian electric fence to the traces and memory imprints of The Berlin Wall.


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