Peripheral Visions: Towards a trans(l)national publishing culture. Research Lab in Malaga
Towards a trans(l)national publishing culture
Research Lab in Malaga
“And this apparatus is all the better, the more it leads consumers to production, the more it is able to turn readers or viewers into participants.”
organised by eipcp/transversal/subtextos
January 31st to February 06th, 2023
Casa Azul, Malaga / Spain
The Research Lab develops a specific approach to dissemination and distribution in the fields of editing and publishing. Content is not disseminated through marketing here, but as dispersion and diffusion in social contexts. Ranging from reading circles to hybrid cooperation, new formats between physical and online activities emerge. Thus, reading not only means perceiving and understanding texts, but rather – according to the Walter Benjamin quote of the extensive title – changing the production apparatus on different levels: producing new texts immediately out of readings, producing posters, booklets or other printed matter through easy and accessible ways of printing with rhizomatic riso-printers, producing audio-files and podcasts, producing instituent socialities, going far beyond individual reception and reading experience. When consumers become producers, target groups turn into dividual producing machines.
12.00 mama, zagreb
19.00 entrar afuera, barcelona/madrid
12.00 maska, ljubljana
19.00 zenobia, madrid
12.00 kuda, novi sad
19.00 consonni, bilbao
12.00 kulturtreger, zagreb
19.00 synusia, terrassa
12.00 kontrapunkt, skopje
19.00 katakrak, iruña
Moderation: Kike España, Sara Jiménez, Gerald Raunig
The project is co-ordinated by Kulturtreger (Zagreb)
Kulturföreningen Glänta (Göteborg)
The project is supported by the Creative Europe Programme of the European Union. The eipcp's participation is co-funded by the Austrian Federal Ministry of Arts, Culture, Civil Service and Sport.
Funded by the European Union. Views and opinions expressed are however those of the author(s) only and do not necessarily reflect those of the European Union or the European Education and Culture Executive Agency (EACEA). Neither the European Union nor the granting authority can be held responsible for them.