Post-Digital Print. The mutation of publishing since 1894, Alessandro Ludovico

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The death of books and physical print has been anticipated for some time – as digital mediums take ever-increasing bites from all areas of media with online publishing and archiving, digital libraries, and electronic media readers accelerating the transition from ink and paper to LCD screens.
It’s sometimes easy to forget that the modes and materials of media publishing have always been transforming in accordance with the technological, political and cultural movements of the time.
In Post-Digital Print the author investigates the intriguing historical relationship between paper and pixel, their similarities and their differences, exploring the strategic use of print by avant-garde culture and experimental literary movements.

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