Performative Publications (full online interactive version)

Janneke Adema (Performer)

    Research output: Practice-Based and Non-textual ResearchWeb publication/site


    I have further extend this practice-based project both theoretically and practically, by discussing the genealogy and correlations of ‘performative publishing’ with ideas such as ‘technotext’ (Hayles), ‘performative materiality’ (Drucker) and ‘liberature’ (Fajfer), alongside other projects and practices. As part of this I explore the ethical and political challenges towards academic publishing these kind of concepts and practices pose. By using—an open source software/browser extension that enables an annotation layer on top of websites and online files and objects—which for this special disrupted issue of the Journal of Media Practice functions as a way to enable conversations around its processual papers, I draw in these conversations around performative publications by directly setting up a dialogue with various theorists and the works, concepts, practices and values that connect to both this project and to performative publications as I envision them more in general.
    Original languageEnglish
    Media of outputOnline
    Publication statusPublished - 2017

    Additional Information

    This is the online full interactive and processual version of the practice-based research project on Performative Publications. It incorporates both the website and posters which together are a performative take on the the article 'The political nature of the book. On artists' books and radical open access', written by Janneke Adema and Gary Hall and originally published in the journal New Formations. In addition it incorporates a collaboratively written article in the margins of this project, which reflect on the project and on performative publications more in general, while at the same time extending it, opening it up to further reflections and interactions


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