May 25, 3-6pm
@ Iaspis, Maria Skolgata 83, Stockholm, SWEDEN

Publishing as (part-time) Practice

A seminar on independent publishing, Publishing as (part-time) Practice, is being hosted by Iaspis in Stockholm, Sweden. Independent publishers from around the world will be attending and speaking about publishing. Matthew Stadler from Publication Studio will speak about his and our practice at PS, as well as Revolution: A Reader.

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May 25, 7pm-late
@ Publication Studio 717 SW Ankeny St. Portland, OR USA

AIONIOS by Patrick Kelly book launch

Book launch TONIGHT! 7pm. 

Aionios by Patrick Kelly

Patrick Kelly's Aionios is a limited edition book with spiraling angular hand cut shapes. Kelly hand cut each page of all eight books to create a sculptural space that the viewer can look into and experience with the flipping through of Aionios.

A translation of the word 'aionios' is everlasting and it is Plato's use of the word, "to denote that which has neither beginning nor end, that which is above time, but of which time is a moving image," that is at the core of these works. This series of books are designed to be viewed from either side with no true front of back and it is marked with time by the laborious hand cutting within each page. The book and hollowed out space are simultaneously the subject, a steady progression creating form and the absence that remains.

Patrick Kelly is an artist working in Portland, OR. He has been showing works throughout Portland, Seattle, and New York. He received a BFA from East Carolina University and an MFA from The George Washington University. Whether in drawings or sculptures his works involve ways of representing time and employ the use of light to reveal changing images. 

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May 24, 6:30 pm, free
@ Tensta Konstall, Stockholm, SWEDEN

Matthew Stadler: Publishing In Process

Matthew Stadler will be lecturing at Stockholm's Tensta Konsthall as part of their "Publishing In Process" series. His talk, entitled "Literature as a Common Pool Resource: from Ownership to Belonging," brings the work of Nobel Prize-winning economist Elinor Ostrom to bear on the questions of what is "private," what is "public," and whether economies of exchange can be set up without pivoting on the question of ownership. The talk begins at 6:30 pm, is followed by a Q & A, and is free and open to the public.

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May 20 2012, 8:30pm-late
@ Holocene 1001 SE Morrison St., Portland, Ore.

Open Engagement 2012 at Holocene

Sunday May 20, 8:30pm-late, dance party and book launch of Open Engagement's Art And Social Practice Reference Points

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May 19, 3-5pm
@ Cedar Tavern 147 Main St. (at Powell), Vancouver, BC, Canada

Aaron Peck at Cedar Tavern

Aaron Peck, author of Letters to the Pacific, is reading from his new novel-in-progress The Bad Arts at Cedar Tavern in Vancouver BC. The reading is at 4pm. Back lane entrance, look for the metal fence and the cedar tree.

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