march 9th, stockholm, two new books published by oei: by g. a. tiberghien and g. agamben

Friday 9 March, 2018, h. 18:30
Investigative books / the book as investigation

OEI @ Moderna Museet (Stockholm)

Release of two new books in the series OEI undersökningar: Anteckningar om kojan, naturen och några andra saker (Notes sur la nature, la cabane et quelques autres choses), by the philosopher and writer Gilles A. Tiberghien, and Barndom och historia (Infancy and History: The Destruction of Experience), by the philosopher Giorgio Agamben.

Gilles A. Tiberghien (Paris) lectures on huts as privileged places for encounters between art and nature – a kind of laboratory for theoretical and practical experimentation. If houses are where we are rooted, huts are transitional spaces, temporary bricolages where we can withdraw from the world while being in it. Huts are like doors into nature, open places for thinking, writing and creating art. There are plenty of examples, from Descartes’ room with a stove, and Thoreau’s small house by Walden Pond, to Wittgenstein’s cabin in Norway, or Kawamata’s tree huts in France, Germany, China and the USA.

The poet and translator Gustav Sjöberg presents his Swedish translation of Agamben’s Infancy and History.

Tid: kl 18.30
Plats: I OEI #79, Moderna Museet Stockholm, plan 2
Pris: Fri entré
Språk: engelska

 On OEI #79 edit/publish/distribute!
https://www.modernamuseet.se/stockholm/en/exhibitions/oei-79/

oei 79

anche:
>>Marco Giovenale’s ”asemic writing” (a writing where the semantic meaning is receding behind the visual dimension)<<

dal 16 febbraio a Stoccolma

OEI #79: edit/publish/distribute!

https://www.modernamuseet.se/stockholm/en/exhibitions/oei-79/

OEI is a Stockholm based magazine for extra-disciplinary spaces and de-disciplinizing moments – experimental forms of thinking, montages between poetry, art, philosophy, film, and documents; critical investigations, editorial enunciations, aesthetic technologies, non-affirmative writing, speculative archaeologies, new ecologies, and alternative historiographies.

al moderna museet di stoccolma, il 16 febbraio: presentazione del nuovo numero di oei (#79]

OEI #79: edit/publish/distribute!

https://www.modernamuseet.se/stockholm/en/exhibitions/oei-79/

The 79th issue of the magazine OEI is a special issue published in the form of a spatial presentation at Moderna Museet during the period 17/2–1/4. It deals with editing/publishing/distributing – in an experimental montage of different editorial practices in an expanded field between art, poetry, film, documents, theory and historiography.
 
To publish a magazine is not only a matter of producing a physical artifact, but also, and to an ever increasing extent, a matter of intervening in and acting for an entire ecology of publishing, where the possibilities of new and unprejudiced readings incessantly have to be created in new constellations and contexts. OEI #79 emphasizes the material and technical production of a magazine, scanning and printing, editing processes and forms of distribution, but also the magazine as an aesthetic and playful investigative practice, and the forms of social life made possible by editorial assemblages and encounters between people and groups from various fields and disciplines.
 
OEI #79 includes some hundred participants from different generations and geographical horizons in a multi-medial and multi-temporal montage distributed in clusters and sequences over walls, tables, shelves and floor. The challenge is to edit in three and – sometimes – four dimensions. The editorial enunciation circulates between magazines and books, sound-pieces and video-works, projections and displays in exhibition-cases, and aims to raise questions about visualization, reading, attention and criticality, distribution and the infrastructure of publishing. This is realized by means of a thematization of shifting speeds of reading and viewing, a montage between the readable and the visible, between text and image.
 
A number of important points of gravity in OEI #79 are constituted by inventive and continuously generative, but far too unheeded publishing projects such as Art Distribution, Wedgepress & Cheese, After Hand and Kulturmagasinet Vargen. The artist Lars Fredrikson’s works on books by the poet Claude Royet-Journoud accentuate the violent and yet fragile character of reading, whereas the typographer Gerold Propper, on the contrary, seeks a utopian readability by means of experiments with ”typograms” and book design. A publication that in an exemplary way carries several forms of display is Berndt Petterson’s I Påsen(Cavefors 1965). It is simultaneously an artist’s book, a booklet of visual poetry, an exhibition and a concrete form of distribution: the bag!
 
In parallel to such ’historical’ examples, OEI #79 also encompasses a long series of contemporary artistic and poetic practices of editing and publishing, ranging from the works by Åse Eg Jørgensen on paper and format to Tan Lin’s ambient investigations of the negotiations of the book and the act of publishing in digital environments and systems; from Stina Persson’s photocopied night sky and Marco Giovenale’s ”asemic writing” (a writing where the semantic meaning is receding behind the visual dimension) to Ana Luiza Dias Batista’s digital paper and franck leibovici’s mapping of the magazines by Claude Royet-Journoud.
 
Editorial practice, Nils Olsson writes in an essay in OEI #79, is the name of proceedings that today intervene in and traverse all fields of culture, all situations and functions. The promise of the editorial practice consists in its ”productive reluctance to take the prevailing differentiations between competences and media for granted”. Editorial practice operates ”on the very spot where general, specific, technical, ideological, historical and aesthetical conditions of articulation converge – which is also the only point from where it is practically possible to transform these conditions”. To edit is to work with what exists, but at the same time to make this into something more. Edit/publish/distribute!
 
As a part of OEI #79, we are organizing a series of conversations, presentations and lectures related to editing and publishing during five Friday evenings between February 23 and March 23. Communities of publishers, artists, poets and philosophers from Denmark, France, Portugal and Sweden will then join us at Moderna Museet.

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http://oei.nu/w/1.html
Friday 16 Feb. at 18–23
Moderna Museet Stockholm 17/2 – 1/4

PROGRAM: Continue reading

magazines as publishers: in wien, tomorrow

MAGAZINES AS PUBLISHERS
A roundtable with AfterallArchiveMousseNERO, and OEI focusing on magazines which started to publish books. The panel aims to address the reasons behind this choice, to discuss the different functions of a book in contrast to a magazine, and their individual agendas.
Filipa Ramos in conversation with Caroline Woodley (Afterall), Chiara Figone (Archive), Stefano Cernuschi (Mousse), Lorenzo Gigotti (NERO), Jonas (J) Magnusson / Cecilia Grönberg (OEI)

The panel is organized in connection to the exhibition Publishing as an Artistic Toolbox: 1989–2017 at Kunsthalle Wien

Wednesday 8/11, 07:00 pm

Kunsthalle Wien

due testi in “oei” 75-76

grazie a Gustav Sjöberg per la costante attenzione al mio lavoro.

nel numero 75-76 di “OEI”, uscito pochi mesi fa, traduzioni in svedese di due miei testi, uno èdito, da Il paziente crede di essere, e uno inedito, intitolato deRebus, in parte rielaborazione dell’incipit del De rerum natura.

http://www.oei.nu/w/1.html

“oei” n. 75/76


OEI #75–76 2017: NATURBEGREPPET [EKOEI] (528 sidor)

Anaximander, Axel Andersson, Henrik Andersson, Katja Aglert, Irene Bacchi, Adrián Balseca, Karen Barad, Ida Bencke, Jane Bennett, Gunnar Berge, Dipesh Chakrabarty, Morten Chemnitz, Emilie Clark, Edward Clydesdale Thomson, CO-OP, Walter De Maria, herman de vries, T.J. Demos, Oswald Egger, Leif Elggren, Friedrich Engels, Helena Eriksson, Sigfridus Aronus Forsius, Paul-Armand Gette, Marco Giovenale, Iain Hamilton Grant, Katarina Grip Höök, Félix Guattari, Johanna Gustafsson Fürst, Pierre Hadot, Rune Hagberg, Gunnar D Hansson, Helen Mayer Harrison och Newton Harrison, Johannes Heldén & Håkan Jonson, Urban Hiärne, Henrik Håkansson, Tim Ingold, Per Janse, Åsa Jungnelius, Emma Kihl, Katja Larsson, Beth Laurin, Jonas (J) Magnusson, JO Mallander, Maurice Merleau-Ponty, Bill Mollison & David Holmgren, Jason W. Moore, Timothy Morton, Caroline Mårtensson, Anne Mœglin-Delcroix, Fredrik Nyberg, Abraham Palatnik , Michael Palmer, Malte Persson, Stina Persson, Helmut Plessner, Powwow, raketa, Élisée Reclus, Johan Redin, Pierre Restany, Johan Wilhelm Ritter, Felicity D. Scott, Waltraud Seidlhofer, Michel Serres, Jens Settergren, Gustav Sjöberg, Skaraborgs museum museum, Gilles A Tiberghien, Eduardo Viveiros de Castro, Steven Vogel, Jakob von Uexküll, Alfred North Whitehead, Stuart Wrede

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the mag “oei” in Berlin at ‘friends with books’, dec. 9-11 & presentation of the book “event horizon” (on distributed photography)

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Visit OEI and other publishers at Friends With Books at Hamburger Bahnhof this weekend! 

 
Friends With Books – Art Book Fair Berlin
Hamburger Bahnhof
9–11 December
Free entry
 
Sunday, December 11, 2016: 15:00 h Artist and editor Cecilia Grönberg and writer and editor-in-chief Jonas (J) Magnusson of OEI magazine/OEI editör discuss Grönberg’s recent publication, Händelsehorisont || Event Horizon. Distribuerad fotografi [distributed photography] (OEI editör 2016), exploring how photography as a technology has in recent decades undergone a series of transformative changes, which have entailed different renegotiations of the functions of photography – as image or information, as inscription or transmission. Presented by OEI magazine/OEI editör.