"Real Fiction," a collaboration between Telfer Stokes and Helen Douglas, confronts the very act of turning pages and reading text. The artists call attention to the three-dimensionality of the book as an object by making photographs of turning pages into the pages themselves. As the book progresses, a room is revealed between the pages, which in turn opens up to a landscape. Text is interspersed throughout the book, taking the form of a commentary both on the act of reading and on the images presented on the pages. The book creates a space that can literally be inhabited, in addition to a space that is figuratively inhabited by ideas. At the heart of this artists' book is the desire to remind the reader that reading is an engaged act.