Batia Suter’s work intuitively situates found images in new contexts to provoke surprising reactions and significative possibilities. This volume follows on from the first ‘Parallel Encyclopedia’, published in 2007. Underlying themes of Suter’s practice are the “iconification” and “immunogenicity” of old images, and the circumstances by which they become charged with new associative values. Given how the first issue of Parallel Encyclopedia was rapidly sold out and the high quality of this second sequel, there is little doubt that this book will soon become out of print as of well. The object itself and the graphic design are both outstanding, as is always the case when ROMA is involved!