“All work and no play” is a “phantom-literature book”. This project by Nicolas Giraud unfolds beyond fiction, between writing and serial abstraction. This is the first edition of the typescript initiated by Jack Torrance in Stanley Kubrick’s “The Shining”. The work is structured in two parts, the typescript and its analysis, thanks to which the original work and its critical approach hold a dialogue through a series of notes. Fifteen copies feature two original pages of the typescript.

All work and no play 09.04.2011
Nicolas Giraud | published with Cneai=
Softcover | 256 pages | 215 x 274 mm
Signed and numbered 1 to 250
Offset, First Edition | ISBN 978-2-940409-37-2
Out of Print