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The do it with others - festival

A festival delivering new directions in independent get-togethers and alternative education; including talks, book launches, food, drinks, exhibition-openings and performances.

Saturday August 25, 2018
13:00 – 21.00

Featuring:
Bon-Gah by Mahmoud Bakhshi  (IR), Frontyard(AUS), The autonomous fabric by Simon Kentgens (NL), Tante Netty(NL), Pallas Projects(IR), Lodgers by Nav Haq (BE), Jacob Lindgren (US) & Till Witwerr (DE), Rikard Heberling (SE) & Samuel Richter (SE), Lucas Maassen(NL), Jens Pfeifer (DE), Katrin Korfmann(DE/NL), Hanne van Dyck(BE), Esther Venrooij(NL/BE), Hans Demeulenaere(BE), Philippine Hoegen(AT/NL) and Alex Farrar(GB)

13:00 Open!
13:15 Independent get-togethers
16:15 Moderated group discussion
16:45 Break
17:15 Alternative education
19:00 food break
20.00 Performance of Esther Venrooy + Hans Demeulenaere

> ongoing – performance Hanne van Dyck

+ Opening exhibitions:
Onomatopee 160 - Being as Becoming featuring Philippine Hoegen  and Alex Farrar
Onomatopee 158 - Back Stages by Katrin Korfmann
Onomatopee 109.1 - There is Nothing Connected, Nothing Distinct / Esther Venrooij, Hans Demeulenaere and Volkmar Mühleis 

Agenda

Publication

Onomatopee 162, Rikard Heberling, Hinrich Sachs, Kirke Hundevad Meng, Samuel Richter, 2018

Navigation - A Publication for a Place without a Historical Center, Created Continuously Anew in Meetings and Events That Occur in Empowered Spaces, Simultaneously

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In this paperback, questions regarding how to navigate in the present are not raised to generate an answer, a method, or a map, but rather as framing principles analogous to those of a logbook. On a voyage, a ship’s crew registers surroundings and important events in a manner such as this. The cargo contained within this edition is an assemblage of materials provided by over 60 practitioners from a variety of professions and personal backgrounds, and is therefore heterogeneous in terms of language, form and content. The resulting narratives emerge across the pages in the trails left by individuals and collectives of human beings as they move, teach, learn and unlearn, traversing the various apparatuses that determine their agency. In this way, the term navigation is activated, implicitly and explicitly on myriad levels such as the biographical, historical, epistemological, technological and the aesthetical.

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Edited by Hinrich Sachs, Kirke Hundevad Meng, Samuel Richter, Rikard Heberling.

With texts by Robin Curtis, Ellie Ga, Tim Ingold, Hana JaberLisi Raskin, Mikkel Bolt Rasmussen, Lili von Wallenstein and Barbara Wien and contributions by Catalina Aguilera, Ehab Aljaby, Søren Andreasen, Isak AnshelmMalou da Cunha BangDonatella Bernardi, Ludvig Briland, Anton BrolinDector & DupuyMarjolijn Dijkman, Tomas Kominis Endresen, Helena Fernández-Cavada, Yara Flores, Gideonsson/Londré,  Goldin+Senneby, Cecilia Grönberg, Karin HaldMarcus HarrlingMohomodou HoussoubaJacob Grønbech JensenSophie JungOscar Lara, Lars Bang Larsen, Doris Lasch, Leonela Lilja, Cecilia Luzon, Toby Lynas, Jonas (J) Magnusson, Nanna Nordström, Mateusz Nowak, Kristoffer Ørum, Asier Perez, Daniel PianettiFalke Pisano, Gabriel Säll, Eran Schaerf, Jacques Henri Sennwald, Adam Shiu-Yang ShawAron Skoog, Simon Starling, Jonathan TerryYusuke Toda, Hedda Viå, Gitte VillesenApichaya Wanthiang, Johan Widén, Filippa WiknerYun Yu, Klara Zetterholm.

Made possible thanks to the Royal Institute of Art as well as by private funders.

 

 

 

Type
softcover
Dimensions
125 x 200 mm / 5 x 8 inch standing
Pages
224
ISBN
978-94-91677-91-5
Editor
Hinrich Sachs, Kirke Hundevad Meng, Samuel Richter, Rikard Heberling.
Graphic
Rikard Heberling
Language
Englisg
Binding
sewn and glued
Color
64 pages full color full spread images
Printer
Printon, Tallin (EST)
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Onomatopee 163, Jacob Lindgren, 2018

Extra-curricular

€ 22

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Extra-curricular is a reader of texts on and around the topic of self-organized learning, curriculum, experiments, and alternatives in graphic design education. Occurring both within and separate from existing institutions, these other forms of learning and organization question how such learning takes place, for whom, and the ideologies inherent in existing models, among many other things. An (admittedly) incomplete inventory inspired by the widespread activity and educational turn (or shift) in the field, this book aims to serve as a point of departure for further discussion and experimentation.

With contributions from: Adam CruickshankChris LeeDecolonising DesignDiego BustamanteKatharina Hetzeneder, & Ariadna Serrahima (Parallel School Cali), Elisabeth Klement & Laura Pappa (Signals from the Periphery), Esther McManusEvening ClassFrancisco LaranjoJack Henrie FisherJames Langdon, Joe Potts (Southland Institute), Kristina Ketola Bore & João Doria (The Ventriloquist Summerschool), Leigh Mignogna & Frances Pharr (Recreating a Women’s School), Mark Owens,  Robert PreusseTill Wittwer, & Stefanie Rau (Parallel School Berlin/Brno), Sean Yendrys (A School, A Park), Silvio LorussoSopie Demay & Clara Degay, Stuart Bertolotti-Bailey and David Reinfurt (The Serving Library), and Will Street (The Transparent School).

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Jacob Lindgren is a graphic designer, writer, and researcher based in Chicago. He is a partner of the studio Platform and publishes his own and other's work via the imprint Platform Editions. He organizes and participates in the self-organized learning group Open-End-Ed.”

Type
softcover
Dimensions
222 x 152 mm / 8.75 x 6 inches standing
Pages
328
ISBN
978-94-91677-92-2
Editor
Jacob Lindgren
Author
various
Graphic
Jacob Lindgren
Language
Englisch
Binding
patabind
Paper
250gr. Crush Kiwi (cover) and 90 gr. Amber Graphic (inside pages).
Edition
900
Color
Cover: digital printed in White. Inside: two sided in pantone: 2466U.
Printer
Drukkerij Thielen, Boxtel (NL)
Details
Cover singlesided printed with hotfoil Kurz Colorit 977
Photography of the book
Blickfanger
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Onomatopee 127, Mark Cullen, Gavin Murphy, 2016

Artist-Run Europe - Practice/Projects/Spaces

€ 25

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Part how-to manual, part history, and part socio-political critique, Artist-Run Europe looks at the conditions, organisational models, and role of artist-led practice within contemporary art and society. The aim is to show how artist-run practice manifests itself, how artist-run spaces are a distinctive and central part of visual art culture, and how they present a complex, heterogeneous, and necessary set of alternatives to the art institution, museum and commercial gallery.

In a self-reflexive, critically questioning process, contributions discuss and analyse areas such as: What position do artist-run spaces occupy within the field of contemporary art today? Should they stand in opposition to or in parallel to other art-world structures? How is value ascribed to these often transitory practices, and is this value recognised within the field? How are these spaces organised? Can artist-run spaces develop and be sustained without the need to institutionalise? What do artist-run spaces add to the ecology of the civil society? What can we say about future (or hoped for) trajectories?

Such a publication is timely and unique, with case studies of spaces and projects: Triangle France, Transmission Gallery, Pallas Projects/StudiosEastside ProjectsCatalyst ArtsPink CubeSecessionDienstgebaeudeSupermarket126 Artist-led Gallery, and The Artist-led Archive; and an expansive and detailed index of artist-run spaces in Europe. It will seek to develop and encourage discourse on the subject within the wider field of contemporary practice, be a source for academics and students, and act as a practical tool for those running or wishing to set up artist-run spaces.

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Contributors: Jason E. BowmanAA BronsonNoelle CollinsValerie ConnorMark CullenCéline Kopp & Alun Williams, Joanna Laws, Freek Lomme, Megs Morley, Gavin Murphy, Gavin Wade and Katherine Waugh.

Edited by Gavin Murphy & Mark Cullen (Pallas Projects Dublin)
Designed by WorkGroup, Dublin

Type
softcover
Dimensions
235 x 165 mm / 9.25 x 6.5 inches
Pages
208
ISBN
978-94-91677-56-4
Editor
Gavin Murphy & Mark Cullen (Pallas Projects Dublin)
Author
various
Graphic
WorkGroup
Language
English
Binding
swiss bound
Edition
1.250
Color
Full colour
Printer
Unicum, Tilburg (NL)
Photography of the book
Blickfanger
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Onomatopee Z0011, Josh Plough, 2018

Role Play Education

€ 10

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-Letters from the Field Lab -

Can creative engagement be found or does it need to be distributed? And if we can find it how do we coax it out?

Educational pedagogies once taken for granted now slip easily between reality and fantasy; entering an altogether different realm of understanding and mode of existence.

Designer Lucas Maassen’s introductory workshops for Design Academy Eindhoven MA students provide hypothetical stages for students to experiment in performing the hierarchies of freethinking and free doing. In doing so their insecurities become transformative tools. Whether it’s a workshop wherein students force their bodies into physical disabilities while exploring method acting, or a weeklong survival camp spent in a cold fake church built by the Nazis; the experience drives a red flag into the hardened ground of established educational models.

This zine uses firsthand accounts of four of Maassen’s students as a means of analysis. Each of the workshops is critically engaged with through the emotional response of the participants, creating a snapshot of what this approach to education does to the individual and the lingering lessons they learnt.

Editor: Josh Plough
Contributors: Yi-Fei Chen, Alorah Harman, Diogo Rinaldi, Robin Weidner.
Design: Carolina Valente Pinto

 

Type
folded booklet in dust-jacket
Dimensions
A3-size
Pages
14
ISBN
-
Editor
Josh Plough
Author
Yi-Fei Chen, Alorah Harman, Diogo Rinaldi, Robin Weidner.
Graphic
Carolina Valente Pinto
Language
English
Binding
inserts
Paper
yellow paper, forgot the name
Edition
200
Color
Riso-printed flat-gold and black on yellow paper.
Printer
Onomatopee's risograph, controlled by Carolina
Text editor
Josh Plough
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