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Feminism 6 Publications in Random Order


Katy Deepwell (ed.)

Feminist Art Activisms and Artivisms

24 x 16,8 cm (h x w)
Valiz, supported by Prins Bernhard Cultuurfonds and Middlesex University London
Katy Deepwell
Linda Aloysius, Marissa Begonia, Sreyashi Tinni Bhattacharyya, Marisa Carnesky, Paula Chambers, Amy Charlesworth, Emma Curd, Katy Deepwell, Tal Dekel, Emma Dick, Lior Elefant, Christine Eyene, Abbe Leigh Fletcher, GraceGraceGrace, Alana Jelinek, Sonja van Kerkhoff, Alexandra Kokoli, Elke Krasny, Loraine Leeson, Laura Malacart, Rosy Martin, Alice Maude-Roxby, Kathleen Mullaniff, Louise O’Hare, Tanja Ostojić, Martina Pachmanová, Gill Park, Pune Parsafar, Roxane Permar, Anne Robinson, Stefanie Seibold, Pam Skelton, Mare Tralla, Christina Vasileiou, Camille Melissa Waring, Michelle Williams Gamaker, Virginia Yiqing Yang
Lotta Lara Schröder

‘Feminisms’ (as a plural) is widely used today to draw attention to inequalities and to critique the status quo in limiting women’s roles/ positions/ lives/ potential. Art can offer a vision of future worlds, manifesting a desire for projecting change, playing with existing realities and conventions. Feminist Art Artivism and Activism, two sides of the same coin, arise where art approaches, develops or transforms into activism and vice versa, where activisms become artivisms. In both, art emerges in differing forms of political intervention, at both an individual, shared or collective level, apparent in actions, events, identifications and practices.

This volume wants to reveal the diversity of these practices and realities. Representing a range of critical insights, perspectives and practices from artists, activists, curators, academics and writers, it explores and reflects on the enormous variety of feminist interventions in the field of contemporary art, social processes, the public sphere and politics. In doing so, Feminist Art Activisms and Artivisms touches upon broader questions of cultural difference, history, class, economic position, ecology, politics, sexual orientation, and the ways in which these intersect.


Richly illustrated with c. 300 black and white illustrations and photos.


This is the first volume in the new PLURAL series. The series focuses on how the intersections between identity, power, representation and emancipation, play out in the arts and in cultural practices. The volumes in this series aim to do justice to the plurality of voices, experiences and perspectives in society and in the arts and to address the history and present and future meaning of these positions and their interrelations. PLURAL brings together new and critical insights from artists, arts professionals, activists, cultural and social researchers, journalists and theorists.


Marina Fornet Vivancos

lo único nuevo aquí, sois vosotros.

16,7 x 23,5 cm
Digital offset
Thread-sewn softcover
Marina Fornet Vivancos
turismo studio


lo único nuevo aquí, sois vosotros is a book of short stories, poetry, random ideas and images, an array of diverse formats through which the author talks about the experience of being a woman in a world that is full of women and people and things that are not women. about being part of situations and at the same time about not belonging to them. this book accumulates moments in which you touch and moments in which you look. it has sex, love, feminism, television, rap and humor. this book by marina fornet vivancos can be read in any order and has a lot of photographies.



lo único nuevo aquí, sois vosotros es un libro de relatos, poesía, ideas sueltas e imágenes, formatos a través de los cuales se habla de la experiencia de ser una mujer en un mundo que está lleno de mujeres y de personas y cosas que no son mujeres. de cómo formas parte de las situaciones y a la vez no. este libro acumula momentos en los que tocas y en los que miras. tiene sexo, amor, feminismo, televisión, rap y humor. este libro de marina fornet vivancos se puede leer el cualquier orden y tiene bastantes fotos.



Sabat Magazine

20 x 28,5cm
Elizabeth Krohn
Graphic Designer
Cleber Rafael de Campos

SABAT is a three-issue magazine (The Maiden Issue, The Mother Issue & The Crone Issue), fusing witchcraft and feminism, ancient archetypes and instant art to paint a portrait of and offer insight into what the occult means today.

“Satanic feminism, esoteric influences on high fashion and celebrating the darker side of being a woman: just a few things to be spellbound by in biannual magazine Sabat.” – VICE

“Sabat is a wizard of a magazine and it’s such an unexpectedly fantastic concoction. It brings together two interests of mine that I never thought would or could combine; witchy themes found in 90s TV shows like ‘Buffy’ and ‘Charmed’ on the one hand, and crisp design and typography on the other. You wouldn’t expect this combination to work, but it does.” – MAGCULTURE

All three issues available to purchase through our website!

TAMBOURINE is an online platform established for the promotion and distribution of the independent magazine scene. Its aim is to decipher the role of printed matter in contemporary culture, as well as provide its readers with the latest magazine releases, connecting the digital community with the highest quality printed matter goods.


Venida Devenida (ed.), Lucas LaRochelle, Kyle Lasky, nucbeade, Yera Moreno

Atlas Menor #1: Disidencia Sexual / Sexual Dissidence

Encuadernación / Binding
Grapada / Stapled
Impresión / Printing
Digital, color / Digital, full color
Dimensiones / size
140x297mm + posters 420x594mm
Idioma / Language
Español / English
Editoras invitadas / Guest editors
Venida Devenida (Ana Olmedo, Elena Águila)
Autor_s / Authors
Lucas LaRochelle, Kyle Lasky, nucbeade
Texto / Text
Yera Moreno
Diseño / Design
Antonio Giráldez López, Pablo Ibáñez Ferrera

Mirar a la cartografía desde las disidencias sexuales posibilita un proceso de resignificación que habla en otros términos, trata otros territorios y rompe con los ideales hegemónicos de lo cartográfico. Este eje atraviesa el trabajo de lxs tres autorxs participantes, para encontrar un potencial que permita cuestionar, remover e imaginar otras vivencias posibles. Esto significa dar cuenta de lo subjetivo y activar herramientas que denotan una voluntad política. Y es que tratar otro tipo de experiencias que se alejan de la norma requiere otras formas de hacer que posibilitan nuevos imaginarios pero no olvidan las relaciones de poder y las desigualdades que los inscriben. En definitiva, demuestran que podemos hacer cartografías en nuestros propios términos. Los trabajos de Kyle Lasky (Lesbian Bedrooms II), nucbeade (Lesboanimitas) y Lucas Larochelle ( están construidos con argamasa de memoria colectiva, experiencias personales, deseos entrelazados y relatos ficcionados. Hacen referencia a las diferentes formas de vivir y habitar el espacio a través de testimonios, fotografías u otros registros que cuentan historias; historias que hablan desde la memoria, la intimidad y la ficción, desde lugares de resistencia y de vulnerabilidad.

Looking at cartographies through sexual dissidence facilitates a process of resignification that speaks in other terms, deals with other territories and breaks away from the hegemonic ideals of cartography. These are maps that do not intend to be utilitarian objects, but rather an exchange of perspectives and experiences around other ways of thinking of and occupying space. Being critical of hegemonic cartography entails questioning the forms of representation that are characterised by fixed categories of analysis. A non-representational cartography is interested in that which is not palpable; the invisible, the affectionate, the performative, the virtual and the fictional. These cartographies are born out of a curiosity to generate other spaces and other norms while creating and looking for other codes and other ways of narrating. The cartographies by Kyle Lasky, Lucas LaRochelle and nucbeade included here are cemented with collective memory, personal experiences, intertwined desires, and fictionalised accounts. They refer to the different ways of living and inhabiting space through testimonies, photographs or other records that tell stories; stories that speak from memory, intimacy, fiction, places of resistance and vulnerability.


Moyra Davey

Quema los diarios

El trabajo de la artista Moyra Davey (Toronto, 1958) ha sido tradicionalmente relacionado con la fotografía, el cine y el video. Sin embargo, su libro Quema los diarios (noviembre 2020) muestra cómo la literatura y la escritura cobran un papel muy significativo en su producción artística, cada vez más próxima a la edición de libros de artista. Los entrelazamientos y resonancias entre sus obras fílmicas se manifiestan, en esta ocasión, en forma de cita. Esta primera edición en castellano parte de las generosas reflexiones que Davey se hace acerca del complejo proceso de creación autobiográfico. Rastros y restos que definen su habitual tratamiento fotográfico de escenas cotidianas se entretejen con un sinfín de momentos fugitivos y fuentes bibliográficas. A partir de una particular atracción por la obra del dramaturgo francés Jean Genet, Davey se acerca a la memoria escritural desde diversas perspectivas. En este diálogo coral, además se incluye un intercambio con su amiga de la infancia y compañera de lecturas, la escritora Alison Strayer, que ilumina la extensa relación entre imagen y lenguaje desde la intimidad que ofrece la amistad y creación compartidas.

Idioma: Español
Páginas: 108
ISBN: 978-84-946891-4-7
Tamaño: 210 x 158 mm
Edición: 500 copias
Año: 2020


Viral Bodies – NXS issue #3

34x12 cm
Staple Binding

NXS issue #3 Viral Bodies investigates the changing concepts of gender and identity norms in the digital space, and open the discussion to many possible speculations and to their real world implications. Kicking off the issue with a starting piece by Reba Maybury, over 20 fellow contributors explore social conventions, share intimate moments and experiences of pain, love, hate and fear. They delve into authenticity in the non-human sphere, they code accidental bigotry on the internet. Science fiction writer Alan Dean Foster blurs the lines of reality, transmitting what is real and what not in a dystopian society. Political art critic Penny Rafferty unravels the minds of tech giants while artistic researcher Addie Wagenknecht questions the diffusing lines between virtual technology and working bodies in reality.

With contributions by:
Reba Maybury (UK)
Dario Alva (ES)
Josefin Arnell (SE)
Jonathan Castro (PE)
Lois Cohen (NL)
Jesse Darling (UK)
Vita Evangelista (BR)
Alan Dean Foster (US)
Gaika (UK)
Jahmal B Golden (US)
Sophie Hardeman (NL)
Manique Hendricks (NL)
Gui Machiavelli (BR)
Mary Maggic (US)
Simone C.Niquille (CH)
Norman Orro (EE)
Clara Pacotte (FR)
Pinar & Viola (NL & FR)
Penny Rafferty (UK)
Addie Wagenknecht (US)
Melek Zertal (DZ)
Lil Miquela (US)
Indiana Roma Voss (NL)