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September 2015, English
17×24 cm, 240 pages, 128 color ill., softcover
ISBN 978-3-95679-119-2
Villa Arson, Nice; HOME, Manchester; and MIT List Visual Arts Center, Cambridge, MA
Out of print

This book traces the work and research of filmmakers and visual artists Joana Hadjithomas and Khalil Joreige and their exploration through their work of online spam e-mails, specifically, advance-fee frauds and scam messages. The artists present material they have collected since 1999, focusing on the way that personal narratives are formed and articulated in a post-digital age. This work functions as a starting point for a broader discussion by leading scholars and thinkers on the nature of power and trust in the age of the Internet. Underlying this is an interrogation of faith: How has trust been recomposed by the Internet, and equally, how does the traditional practice of faith question the way that individuals relate to each other online?