The history of the printed word can trace its genesis back 3000 years, wood block printing being the most prevelant. However, the first major book printed using mass-produced movable metal in Europe was the Gutenberg Bible. It was written in Latin and 158-180 copies were created. There are only 49 copies remaining.
These linocuts by Venus Griffiths are created in a similar process to the Gutenberg Bible. Instead of a wood block being used, however, a sheet of linoleum is. This leaves the prints unaltered and without texture, unlike woodcuts.
Question Nine is located in the alcove to your right.