Books of Copies

Books of Copies, a project by San Rocco, is an online database comprised of images that can be copied in order to produce architecture. As such, Books of Copies are receptacles of a collective form of knowledge that can provisionally be called “architecture”. Books of Copies are organized according to a precise set of rules and are produced by a multitude of producers. Books of Copies are based on an inherently derivative and collective effort, starting with the zero-degree act of accumulation of formal knowledge, namely “collecting”. Exhibition, September 10 – October 2, 2013, AA School of Architecture, London.

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