Thirst

The story is a simple tool.

As a community we want to be connected and to know what is happening around us. But, information is often obscured by persuasion. Our attention to stories is taken advantage of. As consumers we are sold a story and meaning is pushed onto us. This book was made out of frustration with issues of transparency in media. The technique of delivering news does not allow us to generate our own opinions or to think for ourselves. Using historical printing processes and different weights of paper, this book critiques transparency in media.