Urgent Publishing: Research through Practice
Automated speech recognition system job interview on the phone: A story script
The following was used as an introduction to the Urgent Publishing workshop Say It Ain’t So, by Amy Pickles and Cristina Cochior. We’re very happy to publish it here. Setting Amy has a phone interview with you all, about our workshop today. Collectively, you are an AUTOMATED SPEECH RECOGNITION SYSTEM, C. How to read The [...]
#Synchronicityofparasites @Zinedepo/Motel Spatie, 17-5-2019
Urgent Publishing report by Florian Cramer, 17-05-19. #Synchronictyofparasites event @ Motel Spatie / Zinedepot.
Urgent Publishing report by Inte Gloerich, 15-05-19. Pre-Conference Night: Post-Truth Publishing.
The Afterlife of Publications
Urgent Publishing report by Minke Vos, 16-05-19. Session 3: The Afterlife of Publications.
Surgencies – A Personal Protest Statement workshop
How do we consume? How do we get influenced? How do we protest? NXS – standing for nexus (a connection or bond) – is an Amsterdam based research collective that explores ‘the self’ in the age of digital technology. At its core is a biannual publication that extends to exhibitions, art works, public events, and [...]
Say It Ain’t So: A Simple Speech-To-Text Experiment With Serious Implications
Urgent Publishing report by Simon Browne, 17-05-19. Workshop: Say It Ain't So: A simple Speech-To-Text experiment with serious implications.
Panel Report: The Carrier Bag Theory of Non-Fiction
Urgent Publishing report by Maisa Imamović, 16-05-19. Session 1: The Carrier Bag Theory of Non-Fiction.
Readers & Publishers aims to bridge the gap between the arts and publishing
To bridge the gap between the arts and publishing the platform Readers & Publishers was launched earlier this year at the Printing Plant Book Fair in Amsterdam. Writers and readers writing from an artistic background are connected to publishers who publish on these topics. We spoke to Cristina Garriga, who initiated the project. 1. Can [...]
All Sources Are Broken, a Workshop by Labor Neunzehn (Report)
On the final day of the Urgent Publishing conference, Labor Neunzehn run the workshop “All Sources Are Broken”. Founded by Valentina Besegher and Alessandro Massobrio, Labor Neunzehn is an artist-run space located in Berlin and multidisciplinarily engaged in expanded cinema, modern music, publishing, and the critical reflection in media art. Alessandro and Valentina introduced the [...]