Computer virus with the sole purpose of destroying all digital collection files of a museum.
Book XXXVI was born of - paraphrasing Albert Camus - the intelligence’s refusal to reason the concrete. The work embodies a drama of the intelligence, but it proves this only indirectly.1
Book XXXVI is stored on a USB memory stick. When connected to a computer with direct access to the digital collection files of a museum, the virus will automatically start an irrevocable and irreversible destruction process.
1Albert Camus, The Myth of Sisyphus, tr. Justin O'Brien (London: Penguin, 2000), 90.