(Mis)Readings attempts to document that which I’ve actually read. Page for page, every word ingested from books and magazines is reproduced in its original typeface and layout. Colors and images have been eliminated. Headlines and drop caps loom large against vast expanses of white; credits and small point legalese rarely appears. What results is a visual record of my own predisposition toward content — that which is omitted is, perhaps, equally, if not more, significant as that which appears on the page.