Repeater presents ‘found’ images of tools and technologies that function as source material for Maximilian Goldfarb’s current and ongoing production of several hundred unique sculptural artifacts. The book includes an introduction by Axel Bishop on the interrelationship of Goldfarb’s handling of image, text and objects. Repeater also presents a text contribution by Laura Chiesa on Georges Perec’s scaffolding for fictional spaces, as well as an essay by Keller Easterling on the ‘Internet of Things’; a reorientation to a world of intelligent objects and newly forming spatial repertoires. The book extends from Goldfarb’s prior book, Remote Viewing: 500 Tableaux, a compendium of observational studies: examinations of social consequences of powerful innovation (also published by Publication Studios Hudson). Designed by Chris Lee, Repeater includes many color and b/w images. Published on the occasion of Goldfarb’s exhibition, "Repeater" at the Nina Freudenheim Gallery.