OEI # 86-87. Publiceringspraktiker, publiceringspoetiker


OEI # 86-87. Publiceringspraktiker, publiceringspoetiker

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Arvioitu toimituspäivä: 1.6.2022 - 17.6.2022
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Tuotetiedot

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    • Kustantaja / Valmistaja OEI Editör
    • ISBN 9789188829054
    • Tuotekoodi 9789188829054
    • Toimittanut Jonas (J) Magnusson; Cecilia Grönberg
    • Sarja Tidskriften OEI
    • Kieli Englanti; Ruotsi
    • Thema-luokitus Kirjallisuudentutkimus: yleinen; Sarjat, aikakauskirjat, tiivistelmät, hakemistot
    • Ilmestymispäivä 04.03.2020
    • Vuosi 2020
    • Tuoteryhmä Ruots muu tieto
    • Tuotepääryhmä Ruotsinkieliset kirjat
    • Tuotelinja Kirjat
    • Sivumäärä 640
    • Kirjastoluokka DSB; GBCS
    • Pituus (mm) 297
    • Leveys (mm) 195
    • Korkeus (mm) 40
    • Paino (g) 1850
    • Tuotemuoto Lehtivihko moniste

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Bringing together contributions from circa 130 publishing structures, publishing communities, magazines, small press endeavors, artists, poets, writers, editors, theoreticians, curators, scholars, and art bookstores, OEI # 86–87 reflects upon the challenges, pressures and possibilities of publishing and creating publics in different contexts and places in a time of far-reaching – economical, medial, political, social, technological – transformations. The potential and the versatility of publishing open it to a diversity of practices and approaches in the arts, but as an eminently social form of art, a collective or micro-collective work with shared responsibilities, it is also a never-ending process of “crafting a variegated approach to how you create, publish, distribute, and build a social ecosystem around your efforts”, of trying to “build up and strengthen the community around these printed forms” (Temporary Services). It is the conviction of OEI #86–87 that print has the power to play an important part in the construction of social spaces, of a social world. As Benjamin Thorel puts it in one of the essays in the issue, “conceiving of the dynamics of publishing as making publics as well as making things public is not a pun – insofar as the artists/publishers encompass, beyond the book itself, its possible ‘lives’, imagining the different spaces, and the different people, amongst whom a publication will circulate.” This is what Michael Warner has called “a public [as] poetic worldmaking”, implying “that all discourse or performance addressed to a public must characterize the world in which it attempts to circulate, projecting for that world a concrete and livable shape, and attempting to realize that world through address.” This is also, as stressed by Annette Gilbert and others, what can make publishing such an active force, a force co-constituting texts and publications and publics. Indeed, with Michalis Pichler, it is tempting to say that in publishing as practice – perhaps more than in any other art field – “artists have been able to assert the aesthetic value of their own socio-politically informed concerns and to engage, often under precarious conditions, in cultural activities fully aligned with their political values.” OEI #86–87 also includes sections on and with contemporary poetry from Canada; Fluxus publishing; Krister Brandt/Astrid Gogglesworth; Kalas på BORD (Öyvind Fahlström); Lars Fredrikson; Claude Royet-Journoud’s poetry magazines; Carl Einstein; Gail Scott; Ållebergshändelser; OEI #79: edit/publish/distribute!; “det offentligas försvinnande”

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Myymäläsaatavuus

Tuotetiedot

  • Näytä kaikki
    • Kustantaja / Valmistaja OEI Editör
    • ISBN 9789188829054
    • Tuotekoodi 9789188829054
    • Toimittanut Jonas (J) Magnusson; Cecilia Grönberg
    • Sarja Tidskriften OEI
    • Kieli Englanti; Ruotsi
    • Thema-luokitus Kirjallisuudentutkimus: yleinen; Sarjat, aikakauskirjat, tiivistelmät, hakemistot
    • Ilmestymispäivä 04.03.2020
    • Vuosi 2020
    • Tuoteryhmä Ruots muu tieto
    • Tuotepääryhmä Ruotsinkieliset kirjat
    • Tuotelinja Kirjat
    • Sivumäärä 640
    • Kirjastoluokka DSB; GBCS
    • Pituus (mm) 297
    • Leveys (mm) 195
    • Korkeus (mm) 40
    • Paino (g) 1850
    • Tuotemuoto Lehtivihko moniste

Tuotekuvaus

Bringing together contributions from circa 130 publishing structures, publishing communities, magazines, small press endeavors, artists, poets, writers, editors, theoreticians, curators, scholars, and art bookstores, OEI # 86–87 reflects upon the challenges, pressures and possibilities of publishing and creating publics in different contexts and places in a time of far-reaching – economical, medial, political, social, technological – transformations. The potential and the versatility of publishing open it to a diversity of practices and approaches in the arts, but as an eminently social form of art, a collective or micro-collective work with shared responsibilities, it is also a never-ending process of “crafting a variegated approach to how you create, publish, distribute, and build a social ecosystem around your efforts”, of trying to “build up and strengthen the community around these printed forms” (Temporary Services). It is the conviction of OEI #86–87 that print has the power to play an important part in the construction of social spaces, of a social world. As Benjamin Thorel puts it in one of the essays in the issue, “conceiving of the dynamics of publishing as making publics as well as making things public is not a pun – insofar as the artists/publishers encompass, beyond the book itself, its possible ‘lives’, imagining the different spaces, and the different people, amongst whom a publication will circulate.” This is what Michael Warner has called “a public [as] poetic worldmaking”, implying “that all discourse or performance addressed to a public must characterize the world in which it attempts to circulate, projecting for that world a concrete and livable shape, and attempting to realize that world through address.” This is also, as stressed by Annette Gilbert and others, what can make publishing such an active force, a force co-constituting texts and publications and publics. Indeed, with Michalis Pichler, it is tempting to say that in publishing as practice – perhaps more than in any other art field – “artists have been able to assert the aesthetic value of their own socio-politically informed concerns and to engage, often under precarious conditions, in cultural activities fully aligned with their political values.” OEI #86–87 also includes sections on and with contemporary poetry from Canada; Fluxus publishing; Krister Brandt/Astrid Gogglesworth; Kalas på BORD (Öyvind Fahlström); Lars Fredrikson; Claude Royet-Journoud’s poetry magazines; Carl Einstein; Gail Scott; Ållebergshändelser; OEI #79: edit/publish/distribute!; “det offentligas försvinnande”

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