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Exhibition — Books, Pamphlets & Zines by AA Bronson & General Idea


You are invited to the exhib­i­tion »Books, Pamph­lets & Zines by AA Bron­son & Gen­er­al Idea« at Tender­books in Lon­don, UK open­ing on April 16th, 2015 at 7pm…

Launch — 3 publications by Dent-De-Leone

Tonight, Feb­ru­ary 12th, 2013 Dent-De-Leone launches three of their latest pub­lic­a­tions at Gamper Uprtichard Stu­dio in Lon­don…

Open Call — Zine Competition

No Cul­ture Icons and Vil­lage book­store invites you to par­ti­cip­ate in their zine com­pet­i­tion. You can sub­mit your zine, phys­ic­al or via email, for a review on their web­site and for con­sid­er­a­tion to stock and sale at Vil­lage…

Fair — Spike Island’s Book and Zine Fair

Foto: Lib­rary of Inde­pend­ent Exchange

On Octo­ber 20th 2012 Spike Island’s fourth book and zine fair will bring togeth­er inter­na­tion­al inde­pend­ent pub­lish­ers, design­ers and col­lect­ives whose work focuses on exper­i­ment­al design and lit­er­at­ure…

Event — Fruit Salat

In occa­sion of their exhib­i­tion at Good Press Gal­lery in Glas­gow, UK the London/​Glasgow based imprint Bronze Age launches their latest artzine “Fruit Sal­at” on July 26th, 2012

Event — Copeland Book Market

The Cope­land Book Mar­ket is an art book mar­ket with over 40 par­ti­cip­at­ing pub­lish­ers tak­ing place from July 19th to 22nd 2012 at Bold Tend­en­cies‎ in Lon­don…

Workshop — Unravel | Unauthorise | Upcycle

On July 21st 2012 Unravel | Unau­thor­ise | Upcycle two self-pub­lish­ing work­shops and a dis­cus­sion event organ­ized by Extra Spe­cial People takes place at East­side Pro­jects. Until July 6th 2012 you can apply for a place on this intens­ive self-pub­lish­ing pro­ject…

Event — The Reading Room @ Union Station

About two years ago The Read­ing Room appeared the first time on this blog. Since then i fol­low their activ­it­ies with great interest. There­fore it makes me very happy to write this post: From May 19th to June 23rd 2012 The Read­ing Room is exhib­ited at Grand Uni­on in Birm­ing­ham…

Launch — Flee Immediately

Flee Imme­di­ately! launches its Manu­al, issue #01, on Fri­day, April 13th 2012, at X Marks the Bök­ship in Lon­don…

‘To not let the struc­ture close in, but to open up: to flee imme­di­ately is to iron­ic­ally explore remain­ing.’
A Journ­al that opens the black box to explore Tech­no­lo­gies, art and writ­ing in crit­ic­al and con­tex­tu­al ways. Prin­ted on a double sided A1 sheet that is fol­ded down to A5, with dif­fer­ent paper, ideas, and con­cep­tu­al ele­ments to fit each theme, Flee Imme­di­ately! is an object to be explored and exper­i­mented with from its cre­ation to its read­ing.

And so Flee Imme­di­ately! into the vast open black box. From magic to spir­its and from trans­par­ency to secrecy, the media and tech­no­lo­gies — the pro­jects, writ­ings, and works that make up the black box — are there to be explored, pondered and reworked. The pos­sib­il­it­ies are end­less, but the lim­its are still there. And Flee Imme­di­ately! does lim­it itself as a for­um to think crit­ic­ally about media, tech­no­logy and soft­ware with­in social, polit­ic­al and cul­tur­al con­texts. But the lim­its of the black box are not always sharp. They blur and open: tech­no­logy becomes con­nec­ted to oth­er ideas, always meet­ing upon the fold and with­in the black box with new realms. It all star­ted as a gap between ›inter­act­ive media‹ pro­jects that fit with­in a crit­ic­al frame­work and a more gen­er­al under­stand­ing of what ›inter­act­ive media‹ can mean in a com­mer­ic­al world. And it is iron­ic­ally this gap that Flee Imme­di­ately! does not flee but takes as a guide, allow­ing for exper­i­ment­a­tion, devel­op­ment and defin­ing as it goes along through an open­ing up of medi­as, mediums,genres and artists/​contributors.”
 — Flee Imme­di­ately!

X Marks the Bök­ship
210 / Unit 3 Cam­bridge Heath Road
Lon­don E2 9NQ, UK

April 13th 2012 from 6.30 to 9pm

Launch — A Detour Around Infermental

Join X Marks The Bök­ship for the launch of the new book A Detour Around Infer­ment­al on Feb­ru­ary 25th, 2012 in Lon­don…