Public Program: Editorial Thinking

David Maroto, Not All of Me Will Die
Moving mountains & mounting transitions
Goldin+Senneby, Metaphor #1 (a thorn in the side), research still, 2021
OEI, "Moving mountains & mounting transitions", detail. Editorial Thinking, Index, 2021
Installation view, The Book Lovers' Collection of Artists Novels, Editorial Thinking, Index, 2021
Pontus Petterson, A bit too Beuys? (Skyline), Uniform for Index team, 2021
Installation view, Alex Reynolds, But They Are Not You, Editorial Thinking, Index 2021

Together with the artists participating in Editorial Thinking, Index presents a program in several chapters: talks, workshops, releases and celebrations of editorial, choreographic and artistic processes.

Events include:

- Editorial Board, a three-part series of writing workshops led by Anne Klontz:

Fri 12 March, 16:00-18:00. 1. Reading an Exhibition: Introduction + Development
Fri 19 March, 16:00-18:00 2. Getting Textual: Content + Typologies + Mood
Fri 26 March, 16:00-18:00 3. Possible Denouement

- Thu 25 March: Welcome to a first release of Delta – an ocean call: a publication on water histories, narratives and practices published and co-edited by Pontus Pettersson and Izabella Borzecka/PAM. View the event here.

- Sat 10 – Sun 11 April, OEI’s Cecilia Grönberg and Jonas (J) Magnusson invite in guest speakers including Alice Centamore, Pierre Paulin, Michalis Pichler, Lytle Shaw, Sezgin Boynik, Nils Olsson and Axel Andersson, for a series of micro-lectures, talks and releases. The event will be live streamed. Full schedule and more info about the event here.

-Podcast now live: Alex Reynolds in conversation with Magdalena Malm, listen here

- The Book Lovers Performance Program, Sat 17 – Sun 18 April
On occasion of their participation in the exhibition Editorial Thinking at Index, The Book Lovers (artist David Maroto and curator Joanna Zielińska) arrange a performance program in relation to their ongoing research project on the artist’s novel. They return to Index for the closing weekend of the exhibition, 17-18 April, with a series of activations of the collection of artists novels.

On Sat 17 April, David Maroto gives a performance based on a dictation of his latest novella, Not All of Me Will Die. See the event page here for how to participate.

On Sun 18 April, Index hosts Goldin+Senneby’s lecture performance Star Fish & Citrus Thorn. More information here.

Planning for these workshops, talks and releases is carefully considered and will be adapted to the latest circumstances regarding Covid-19. Follow updates on this page for information about the formats, dates and information about how to participate.