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

THE WORLD’S OLDEST LIBRARY IS IN AFRICA

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Not only is Africa home to the world’s oldest continuously functioning library, this remarkable institution was also founded by a Muslim woman – challenging commonly held assumptions about the contribution of women in… 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

National Library’s Trove: a great digital democracy under threat | Books | The Guardian

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Australian writers, historians and amateurs for whom the digital aggregator is an invaluable resource have taken to social media to defend their treasure from budget cuts. Their simple message: #fundTrove Source: National Library’s… Continue reading

Bike-Book-Machine is entering the public domain

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We are beavering away to make the debut of Bike-Book-Machine into Marrickville with the first of four sunday roamings starting on the 3rd April. Our theme for the curated bookshelf in our first… Continue reading

About – Beyond Repair

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Beyond Repair is a book shop and publishing site located in the bustling Midtown Global Market, a public market located in the epicenter of South Minneapolis’s 9th Ward. All the books within the… Continue reading

BAK/ Future Vocabularies/ Instituting Otherwise/ Itineraries/ Research/ Unstated (or, Living Without Approval)/ Reading Anarchism

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In February 2016, BAK, basis voor actuele kunst hosts three Reading Anarchism events, as part of the exhibitionUnstated (Or, Living Without Approval). The installation at BAK contains all anarchist writings currently archived online… 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

C20 Surabaya

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Surabaya is a hot city. It was 41 degrees when we arrived, but we were welcomed into the very ‘cool’ library and event space called C20. The name comes from the the street… Continue reading

Interference Archive

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Aside from its excellent choice of title – the Interference Archive also has one of the best slogans of any collection: Preservation through Use. I met with volunteer librarian Vero Ordaz in Brooklyn… Continue reading