240 x 312,5 mm
444 pages of which some are spot laminated
Paraphrased from the books’ essay by Fred Ritchin: The books’ design shows the passing of 4432 days by the placing of ten equi-distant notches at the bottom of each page, each notch representing another day, the background color changing to light blue to introduce another main camp, then becoming dark and violent as the extermination camps accelerated the killing towards the unimaginable, industrial scale from 1942 onwards as part of operation Reinhard. The book is largely abstract, but it charts a calibrated progression within the metrics of a ruthless horror as it unfolded. The book reflects on time and space, and the barbarism that can emerge within their vastness.