What kind of reading experiences do you look for? What kind of content do you read and where do you find it? Which (digital) tools, formats and forms of reading interest you? Insight in your preferences will help cultural publishers to keep their publishing urgent and experimental. Please help the Making Public-consortium by anonymously filling out the Urgent Publishing Survey (5 minutes): https://nl.surveymonkey.com/r/265FCWT.
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‘Counter speed with a blossoming of un-immediacy’: interview on Urgent Publishing
For their upcoming podcast series where researchers in the ARIAS network talk about their projects, Morgane Billuart and Katie Clarke asked me to introduce Making Public and the urgent publishing concept and to explain why publishing research is needed. The transcript is shared below, stay tuned for the audio recording! — The world is an [...]
Special issue Urgent Publishing Debris @ Pervasive Labour Union zine
Making Public teamed up with Lídia Pereira of Pervasive Labour Union zine after the Urgent Publishing conference to make a special issue that would move far beyond the known realms of ‘conference proceedings’. What happens if you shift focus from the official reports and try to include the ‘debris’ left after an event, in the [...]
Making Public Presents the Urgent Publishing Toolkit and Publication
What strategies are available to publishers in the cultural and research domains to conceive, produce, and position their contents in an urgent way? In the two-year research project Making Public (2018-2020) conducted by the Institute of Network Cultures at the Amsterdam University of Applied Sciences and partners, which has come to a close, methods and [...]