One Thousand Books 2018
One Thousand Books 2018 at Annual Reportt
This year's iteration of One Thousand Books celebrates the release of the publication Danske kunstnerbøger siden finanskrisen, sorteret efter titel-længde [Danish Artist’s Books After The Financial Crisis, Sorted By Length of Title], published by Lodret Vandret. The publication is an extensive collection of information about the Danish self-publishing scene from the period of 2011–2018.
For the evening Annual Reportt will transform into a functional newsstand/bar in which we will celebrate the release of the publication and the self-publishing scene in general, it's actors, their friends and readers.
Good company guaranteed, all are welcome!
During the evening the bar will be managed by four different publishers one at a time who will be serving drinks based on their own recipe while they present their publishing practice. The menu of available drinks will be revealed on the evening, taking the form of a 6×3 meter LED billboard. Additionally each of the bar-managing publishers will be responsible for at festive feature during their hour in the bar, ranging from readings to performances and a surprise event.
The four publishers are:
Hour Editions (
Forlaget Gestus (
Kld Repro (
Lodret Vandret (
The publication and drinks will be sold for a very fair price – we hope to see you all!
More about One Thousand Books:
One Thousand Books is a series of experimental art book events in Copenhagen celebrating the dynamic and rapidly growing independent publishing scene to the Danish and international public. So far there has been three iterations of the festival, each investigating different aspects of that scene: In 2013 and 2014 One Thousand Books took place inside a functioning REMA1000 supermarket. In 2016 it moved into three art institutions and included an exhibition, a seminar and networking events. The aim of One Thousand Books is to showcase books as accessible yet elaborate art objects and to serve as a platform where actors in the field of book making can meet, connect and share ideas and perspectives on current issues in the frame of publishing, editing and exhibiting books.
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