For A Rainy Day: Publishing As A Site Of Collectivization

Website: http://www.praksisoslo.org/residencies-blog/2017/5/september-october-2017-z-oztat

PRAKSIS invites applications for Residency No. 7, For A Rainy Day: Publishing As A Site Of Collectivization with artist Iz Öztat (Turkey), in collaboration with non-profit bookshop and publisher Torpedo and graphic design studio Eller Med A. Visits to publication focused archives in the Oslo area will be arranged, and residents will access a variety of print facilities during the residency, with the goal of producing an edition, or series of editions, through collective action. PRAKSIS seeks to assemble a residency community of approximately 5-8 participants with experience either in supportive collective working or producing self-published material. The form and content of the residency’s publications will be determined by each participant’s research and practice. There will be an emphasis on exploring collective practice – either through projects realisable in the timespan of the residency, or the seeding of ideas for longer-term projects and collaborations. This residency offers accommodation for non-Oslo based residents. Some meals will also be provided.

Expires: July 2, 2017


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