Object-Oriented Identity is a travels through significant objects and identities in our product-oriented society, ‘where one is no longer the sum of their actions, but the sum of their own objects’.
The book is constructed as a catalogue list, running down everyday objects, described in terms of the author’s personal fascinations and observation of human consumption. It investigates the odd connections between objects and history and their cultural relevance in our individual and collective identities.
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