Martin Fuchs & Peter Bichsel
Image generating programs interpret data taken from the internet or visualise self created figures. They calculate and save unique and complex high resolution visual worlds.These calculations are repeated for every copy of the book. They will be performed by a program designed for this purpose and will then be arranged to allow printing.This procedure is print on demand in its most extreme form, since every book can be understood as a unique printing assignment which generates a single copy with every permutation of the process.A generative book that presents programmed images by various artists. Each print in process will be calculated individually – which makes every single book unique.