Catalogue published on the occasion of the exhibition at MoMA PS1. The exhibition brings together a group of artworks—many made prior to 9/11—that explored the attacks’ enduring and far-reaching resonance, while avoiding images of the event itself, or art made directly in response. Each page of the catalogue is doubled, forcing a kind of extended gaze, and a questioning by the viewer as to the difference between the pages. Does an image lose or gain power through repetition? The catalogue was designed as a small reader then printed in an oversized format, thus giving the book overly large margins and a sense of isolation and emptiness. With Jeff Ramsey.