FRANKENSTEIN
2009, 3216 sheets of letter size paper
FRANKENSTEIN is produced from Mary Shelly's Frankenstein; or, the Modern Prometheus. Each individual sentence of Frankenstein is typed and printed on the bottom of a letter size paper. The papers are then stacked from the first to the last sentence. The content of the book is accumulated continuously without disruption by the physical limitation of the book. But the overlapped language becomes illegible except the last sentence; 'He was soon borne away by the waves and lost in the darkness and distance'.