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    Statement:

    In the global literature, there have always been authors who considered literary works as a position to express human condition in the society. Furthermore, the world today through the accelerated technological advances and the ideological instabilities, is troubled stressed and without identity. In the book "Rhinoc eros" by Eugen Ionesco, Dudard considers change as unimportant and turns into a rhinoceros. Saramago in "Blindness" withholds that human condition is not fixed and is in permanent evolution. This work has taken shape with an eye on this two books and their revision. The books are among the origami books, which start as independent language from a square and transforms with every fold to ultimately become a rhinoceros in a book, while in another they never take on a familiar shape. The origami is abandoned halfway leaving the last pages of the book are completely blank and there is no image to see except for the whiteness of the page. These two books are placed on a transparent surface suspended from the ceiling in a completely equal and mirrored position. The base of the book is connected from the top to a bobbin, which allows the sequential movement of the transparent surface holding it to remove the fixed condition of book reading and ultimately to make turning its pages difficult.