who are you? what do you want?
book | 200 pages | 2014

Each page shows the text of a movie character in a scene where he gets attacked. The quotes are taken from different films that are not named. With constant repetition of similar sentences and expressions the scenes appear generalised and remind the reader of films he has seen himself. The format of the book resembles a book of poems. So the film scenes get formally abstracted and isolated from their original context of the film with it‘s atmosphere and acting performance. The relationship between art object and reader is defined by the act of reading. The white book cover shows the traces of usage.