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Kunst Apotheke Salon Session 14: Independent Publishing

Tuesday 24 April 2012, by I-WEI LI

In this session, we gather passionate Berlin based independent publishers to further explore pressing issues such as distribution and promotion, also strategies to improve the sustainability of independent publishing activities. We invite the following panel to reflect how they (individually or collectively) would exercise soft power in order to enhance their publication’s credibility and desirability among international cultural elites and readership.

This forum is part of Unendliche festival and mark the launch of Kombinat Literatur Berlin - a new platform aims to support the independent publishing scene in Berlin by interconnecting the different elements involved in this process.

The goal of Kunst Apotheke Salon is to facilitate critical exchange among cultural workers, in particular to widen strategies to sustain creative practices. For more information, please visit here


Kunst Apotheke Salon Session 14: Independent Publishing

05.05.2012
18:00 - 20:30 (doors open at 17:30)

Altes Finanzamt
Schönstedtstraße 7 - EG, 12043 Neukölln – Berlin
Access through the yard
U7 Rathaus Neukölln (Exit Schönstedtstraße)
altesfinanzamt.blogspot.com/

Anonymous Author Editions
Jorge Filipe – independent publisher, writer, and economist – Lisbon/Berlin
www.anonymousauthoreditions.blogspot.de

Anonymous Author Editions is an independent publisher, working as a collective of artists, designers and writers that was founded in May 2011. This project aims at researching how collective work in the process of publishing takes place when all the sense authorship is removed, which new meanings/narratives can a "book" acquire when this happens, and how does the process of doing and launching a book changes accordingly.

ATLAS Projectos
Nuno da Luz – independent publisher and artist – Berlin/Lisbon
http://www.atlasprojectos.net/

ATLAS Projectos is a publisher of art projects in printed, audio/visual and exhibition formats, founded in 2007 and currently based in Lisbon (PT) and Berlin (DE), run by André Romão, Gonçalo Sena and Nuno da Luz. As a publisher, we intend to give visibility and circulation to projects and contents we believe in, where each object follows its own logic of production and print run, working in close relation with authors and collaborators.

We edit, design, produce and distribute what we publish, along with independent collaborations with other publishers, allowing the circulation of resources and helping the progression from us to you: to publish→ to render public →to divulge. "

Broken Dimanche Press
John Holten - Chief editor, curator, riter
www.brokendimanche.eu

Fictional platform taking various forms, focused on the creation of steadfast and beautiful book-objects through book-projects with artists, writers and political agents with collaboration from F.U.K. laboratories™.

Sand Journal
Becky Crook – chief editor and writer – Seattle/Berlin
http://sandjournal.com/

Published twice annually, SAND is an independent English literary journal featuring original prose, poetry, translations and art from a wide array of artists and writers in Berlin and beyond. The journal was founded in May 2010 and has since published 5 issues and has held over 30 readings and collaborative projects in Berlin.

Kombinat Literatur Berlin
Jorge Filipe – independent publisher, writer, and economist – Lisbon/Berlin
http://kombinatliteraturberlin.com/

Kombinat Literatur Berlin is a platform that intends to support the independent publishing scene in Berlin by interconnecting the different elements involved in it (i.e. publishers, book shops, venues, printing houses, independent media) hereby improving the sustainability of their activities, namely by improving the conditions to print, the structure to promote and distribute the books, by creating a network where each individual independent actor benefits from the cooperation with the others.



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