All Sources Are Broken is an internet-based-project developed by Labor Neunzehn. ASAB is both an artistic experiment and a collaborative re-archival practice, which presents itself as an open access WCMS for the investigation of the hypertext space in post-digital books.
By exploring the text through multimedia content, the website enables a contextual cross-referencing between books, citations and online data. This way, ASAB aims at expanding books content while keeping track, at the same time, of hyperlinks obsolescence.
Anyone can collaborate and edit.
ASAB has in view a deviation from www to desktop publishing, allowing online HTML to PDF conversion, creative layout editing and printing.