Paradoxical Print Publishing since 2010
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The Post Art Poetics Manifesto 
The timeline of art history must be abandoned in the name of progress

Oswald Wiener, Verbesserung 
Beware. Everything that exists is outdated

Ghostwriters 
Our bots are compiling and uploading hundreds of ebooks on Amazon.com with text stolen from the comments on YouTube videos
Amazon deletes E-Books
demonstrating some questions about publishing in the digital age

Literary Trojans 
Until now, books were the last advertisement free refuge

American Psycho (Jason Huff/Mimi Cabell)
The constellations of footnoted ads throughout these pages retell the story of American Psycho in absence of the original text

TRAUMAWIEN was always meant to be an ephemeral space, an experimental venue for digital literature where things constantly change and shift. Enigmatic and a hard to define, TRAUMAWIEN does not follow the rules or fit a traditional definition. Focused on internet, books and publishing, we remain an outsider presence with invitation only appointments held in a mysterious location. We displayed the work of emerging artists such as Peter Moosgaard, Ulrich Nausner and Marianne Vlaschits. We published books on conceptual writing like American Psycho by Jason Huff and Mimi Cabell. We completed our publication series with radical ebook systems on piracy and copyright and held Rave Lectures all over Europe. Our goal was to promote, show and work without making profit. We pushed the boundaries and focused on the inseparable connection between books, art, internet, new forms of writing and reading and books and the book as object. And our books will now become rare collectibles. Read more books. The end is only the beginning of something else…