The gathering of collective memory. A pre-literate notion of memory, in a communal way, something commemorative rather than putting a memory in a container. What we thought it was going to be changed completely. We are in that way changing our memory of what it was supposed to be. What are you able to collect? Memories? Objects? People? A collection of texts and people, collecting and composing each other? Somehow it's not even important that we have all the knowledge, what's important is the living, generative sense of the collection.

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Collectiveioning is a publication of work produced within the context of the Master of Arts in Fine Art and Design: Experimental Publishing (XPUB) at the Piet Zwart Institute, Willem de Kooning Academy, Rotterdam.

This hybrid publication was realised with the expert help and guidance of Open Source Publishing, the benevolent dictatorship of Aymeric Mansoux, the publishing midwifery of Clara Balaguer and Amy Suo Wu and the endless magic spun by Leslie Robbins.

Our deepest thanks to XPUB staff, to editors and invited guests from Special Issues, who have shaped our practices and continue to inspire us.

Course Director XPUB
Aymeric Mansoux
Administration
Leslie Robbins
Tutors
Clara Balaguer, André Castro, Michael Murtaugh, Amy Suo Wu
Thesis supervisors
Steve Rushton, Marloes de Valk
Project supervisors
Clara Balaguer, André Castro, Aymeric Mansoux, Michael Murtaugh, Amy Suo Wu
External examiner 2020
Marina Otero Vezier
Research, editing and production
Simon Browne, Tancredi di Giovanni, Paloma García, Rita Graça, Artemis Gryllaki, Pedro Sá Couto, Biyi Wen, Bohye Woo, OSP
Graphic design
OSP (Open Source Publishing)
Licenses
the bootleg library & Tasks of the Contingent Librarian, Simon Browne, 2020. This work is published under the Free Art License.
ilinx, Tancredi di Giovanni, 2020. This work is published under the Peer Production License (PPL).
Cartographies of Counter-Speculation & Cartographies of Invisibility, Paloma García García, 2020. This work is published under the Free Art License.
Networks of Care (project & thesis), Rita Graça, 2020. This work is published under the Free Art License.
Syster Systems & Syster Papyri Magicae, Artemis Gryllaki, 2020. This work is published under the Peer Production License (PPL).
Tactical Watermarks (project & thesis), Pedro Sá Couto, 2020. This work is published under the Free Art License.
Unravelling Disembodiment & The Repeater Archive, Biyi Wen, 2020. This work is published under the Free Art License.
Parallel Colonialism & My Country Is Still A Colony, Bohye Woo, 2020. This work is published under the Free Art License.
Publisher
XPUB, Rotterdam, 2020
Typefaces
Karrik, drawn by Jean-Baptiste Morizot and Lucas Le Bihan. This font is available under the SIL Open Font License, Version 1.1. karrik.phantom-foundry.com
Vollkorn, designed by Friedrich Althausen and available under the SIL Open Font License. github.com/FAlthausen
Philibert, shaped by Open Source Publishing. This font is available under the SIL Open Font License. osp.kitchen/foundry
Stylish, Hangul font designed by AsiaSoft Inc under the SIL Open Font License. Stylish on GoogleFonts
Tools
Ethertoff, a wiki constructed by OSP, based on Etherpad-Lite. Available under the GPLv3 license osp.kitchen/tools.
paged.js, a javascript polyfill to make a PDF out of a webpage. Available under the MIT license pagedjs.org
Special Issue Partners
Constant (Brussels), Het Nieuwe Instituut (Rotterdam), Leeszaal Rotterdam West, Varia (Rotterdam)
More information about past and present XPUB projects and Special Issues
project.xpub.nl
issue.xpub.nl
Postal Address
Piet Zwart Institute
Master of Arts in Fine Art and Design
Experimental Publishing
P.O. Box 1272
3000 BG Rotterdam
The Netherlands
Visiting address
Wijnhaven 61
4th floor
3011 WJ Rotterdam
The Netherlands