The library has long since ceased to be the only place where you can find knowledge, stories and information, but it may now be a place where you can find just what you were not looking for. The Library of the Unordered shows just that. A collection of surprising little editions that shows the value of the things you didn't ask for. Because it is often the surprises that make life worth living, not the things you ordered.
These editions (a collection of poetry by Martin Knaapen, a collection of short stories by Marten Heijs and a book of photographs by Astrid van Loo) were hidden in the cabinets of the Deventer public library, meant to be taken away like this.