Category Archive: Librarium News

Bike-Book-Machine does Radical Municipalities

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A little bit of rain made us all cosy inside—an aborted afternoon of pedalling meant more time spent with the collection at Frontyard. Special guest conversationalists today were Dr Louise Crabtree and Marco… Continue reading

BIKE-BOOK-MACHINE: Doing Economies Differently

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Next up: “Doing Economies Differently” I am pretty excited about this next curated bookshelf and intimate public conversation. We will be joined by two excellent people Dr Stephen Healy a Senior Research Fellow,… Continue reading

Bike-Book-Machine is launched!

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Today was such a great day to finally see the Bike-Book-Machine on the road in all her majesty. This has been such a great project to work on—special thanks to James Nichols for the… Continue reading

Medicinal Bike-Book-Machines in Java

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  Fauzi Baim is a jamu seller with a difference. In Indonesia, Jamu is a traditional medicine predominantly practised on the island of Java; it is claimed to have originated in the 1300s during the… Continue reading

Librarium on the Fly: Los Angeles, Feminist Library On Wheels

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Why, hello America! I had barely hit the Los Angeles tarmac and fellow Librarium Lea Simpson, who recently relocated to LA, whisked me away downtown to the FLOW Feminist Library on Wheels. RAD. It… Continue reading

Books On Demand | exhibition – Zoe Sadokierski

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This is a wonderful exhibition by Sydney based designer Zoe currently showing til end of the month at NG Project Space (Chippendale). We are excited to ask Zoe along for our next Librarium… Continue reading

A Curious Librarium with artistic tendencies [FoAM]

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A Curious Librarium with artistic tendencies [FoAM].

Alternative Press Centre / AREA, Chicago

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Before leaving Chicago, Bek & I dropped by the Alternative Press Centre for a meeting with Daniel Tucker, founder & ex-publisher of AREA Chicago, an awesome biannual newspaper of Chicago-specific art/research/education/activism. AREA is… Continue reading

Read/Write Library, Chicago

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Yesterday The Librarium had its first OS public outing at Chicago’s own awesome Read/Write Library (formerly the Chicago Underground Library) – fearless pioneers of a new model for “open, location-specific archiving of independent… Continue reading

INSIDE VOICES

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It’s been 18 months since Bill+George were issued with a ‘cease and desist’ order from City of Sydney council. Although we are pinning the loss of creative energy that comes with being able… Continue reading