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  • Yoon HER, The Death of Authorship.
    los angeles CALIFORNIA

    USC
    critic: Alvin HUANG

    suckerPUNCH: Describe your project.

    Yoon HER: The book once stored all the knowledge, or authorship. However, in the 21st century, we no longer need tangible material—that is, the paperback book—to hold authorship. People are sharing ideas without noticing that he/she is violating one’s asset on their screen. Libraries were once the storage of authorship since books were incarnations of author’s original work. However, books no longer secure one’s authorship, and we need to think about how to preserve the idea of one’s originality.

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