Publish (verb)
1a to produce (a book, newspaper, etc) or release (it) for sale or distribution to the public.
b to print (information, an article, a letter, etc) in a book, newspaper, etc)
c to issue the work of (an author).
2a to make information generally known.
b to announce (something) publicly.
3 to communicate (something libellous or defamatory about somebody) to another person.
— The New Penguin English Dictionary (2000)


Within our technological reality we engage in numerous acts of intentional and unintentional publishing, through our various data trails: status updates, Instagram posts, text messages, e-mails, phone calls, card payments, contactless payments, loyalty cards, travel journeys, Google searches, browser histories, Amazon purchases, signing in to various online services. Or within our physical reality, from the objects on our desks, or how we arrange our books, or the clothes we wear, or the places we go, all 'publish' something about us. All these daily interactions or ‘acts of publishing’ produce valuable data that can be mined, analysed or sold. We are reduced to statistical data which informs organisations and corporations how to serve or exploit our consumer behaviour more effectively.

The brief

Over a series of practical workshops or ‘Acts’ you will carry out a number of ‘acts of publishing’. Firstly by producing a publication based on your daily acts of unintentional publishing. Secondly, by producing another publication that develops, challenges and extends your first publication. Thirdly, we will collectively publish and distribute a publication that collates all our investigations, ideas and discoveries.

Key words

  • Pattern
  • Censorship
  • Rhythm


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