Book(mark) Book, ribbon, and wood. Book(mark) explores the complex interactions we have with books. It is used as a record of the subtle intimacies and invisible communities involved in the sharing of these objects. The action of marking a page is exaggerated to displace the importance of the individual page and its contents for the record of the interaction. Viewers are invited to mark a page for themselves, and consider the many hands that have interacted before them and the hands that will follow.