The Moving Stand-Up Book is a similar construction as the Five-Dimensional Book, with the particularity that it is constructed to be able to stand up like an architecture, reinterpreting the “spine” of the book in architectonic terms. Leaves containing mixed-media anarchival traces are inserted between the multiple covers. Each leaf is attached to another so that they fold out in multiple directions as the book is delved into.The book thus generates both an architecture and a material duration as it is read. The act of reading itself is anarchived, as each leaf’s materiality is felt, and the space and time of each particular reading unfolds.
The book folds up to become mobile. Folded, it fits into a case made of bookbinding material to which straps are attached making it possible to carry the book like a shoulder bag – yielding a mobile architecture of anarchival knowledge.