"Damnatio Memoriae" (fired books), 2011
"Damnatio memoriae" is the Latin phrase literally meaning "condemnation of memory" in the sense of a judgment that a person must
not be remembered. It was a form of dishonor that could be passed by the Roman Senate upon those, who brought discredit to
the Roman State. The result is to erase someone from history.
The originals are mostly Soviet publications from 1944-1978, that have been fired to an immensely fragile state as part of
" "Damnatio memoriae" project.