In the space there is a table and a chair. I walk in carrying a box and a bag to the table. I open the box and take out a ream of paper. I open the ream on my leg, pull out the sheets and place them on the table. From the bag I take scotch tape, a pair of scissors and double-face scotch tape. I start by gluing one end of each sheet to the other, to lengthen its extension. I stop gluing the sheets of paper, take a typewriter from the box and place it at one end of the table. I also take from the box a bread paste roller and fix it at the other end of the table. I insert the extended sheets of paper in the typewriter and the bread paste roller. Fixing one end of the sheet to the other, therewith creating a continuous sheet that passes through the typewriter and the bread paste roller. From the bag I take a popular newspaper, I sit in front of the typewriter and start transcribing the news. Due to the bread paste roller being blocked, the paper does not flow with the engine of the typewriter, what makes it necessary to always move the typewriter to allow me to act. After typing half a sheet I cut the sheet of paper on the middle of the writings and with scotch tape glue it on the place’s external door.