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independent zines and niche publications as forms of alternative media offer a space for experimentation and spontaneity, facilitating a culture of collective production by turning readers into producers.

 

the object-ive zine series emerged from a desire to engage in the processes of recontextualisation and unlearning.

 

history is not odourless and staticretrieved from the repositories of memory it moves like smoke, like vapour. 

 

object-ive zine features fictional narratives, theoretical reflections, linear and abstract narratives that see history, spatiality and knowledge as fluid forces. collective desire is about ‘making hope practical, rather than despair convincing’,² challenging absolutes at the intersection of culture, politics and everyday life.

1 Vanessa Kisuule, Hollow (2020)

2 Raymond Williams, Resources of Hope (1989)

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queer-isms explores local language and colloquialisms through slurs, marking the presences and absences of queer identities in the normative heteropatriarchal imagination.

we are looking for: illustrations, text, photography, mixed media, satirical depictions, personal interpretations. responding to a series of prompts that include greek and turkish colloquialisms, slurs, and phrases.

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we support spiritual belief. 

we hate institutionalised religion.

we are professional ranters. 

στηρίζουμε τα πνευματικά πιστεύω.

μισούμε την θεσπισμένη θρησκεία.

αγκανοίζουμε για επάγγελμα. 

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