The KiT Book Fair

30.03.2017 - 11:00 to 31.03.2017 - 16:00
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We would like to welcome everyone to the KiT Book Fair!
With speakers, performances, books, texts, zines, presentations, exhibitions and more.

PROGRAM

//March 30//

3rd Floor Seminar Room
11.00 – 16.00: Book fair
13.00 – 14.00: Buffet lunch served

Biblioteket Kunstakademiet
11.00 – 16.00: Kunsthall15 exhibition in the library
11:15 – 12.00: Talk and discussion with Tom from the Ivar Matlaus Bokkafé in Svartlamon
12:15 – 13.00: Talk and discussion with Paolo Caffoni from Archive Books
14:15 – 15.00: Talk and discussion with Carlos Correia from SMØR Press
15:15 – 16.00: Talk, performance, and discussion with Martin Mentzoni from Kaffi Fanzine
16.00 – 17.00: Vernissage for the grand opening and inaugural exhibition of Kunsthall15

//March 31//

3rd Floor Seminar Room
11.00 – 16.00: Book fair
13.00 – 14.00: Buffet lunch served

Biblioteket Kunstakademiet
11.00 – 16.00: Kunsthall15 exhibition in the library
12.00 – 12.45: Library artist book and poster collection tour with Beate Gjersvold, Biblioteket Kunstakademiet's head librarian.
13.00 – 15.00: Risograph workshop with SMØR Press and Michelle Teran
15.00 – 16.00: Finissage including a sound performance by Magdalena Manderlova

Each day will include short tours of a selection of exhibitors at their tables. This is a chance for everyone to get a short introduction to the materials, ideas, and wares of the participants of the book fair. A sign up sheet for interested parties will be available each morning at the information table in the 3rd floor seminar room. There will be several tours a day.

During the book fair visitors are encouraged to go to the information table in the 3rd floor seminar room for any additional information, the program, sign up for the tables, and to purchase the risograph printed KiT Book Fair poster.

All meals are pay-what-you-can. We encourage everyone to donate to support future events at KiT. The menu will be vegan with additional sides to include everyone.

PRESENTERS

Ivar Matlaus Bokkafé

Ivar Matlaus Bokkafé
The Ivar Matlaus Bokkafé is an anarchist bookstore and cafe in Trondheim which specializes in selling underground music, fanzines, political literature, etc. It hosts an alternative, “shabby” literature house for lectures, presentations and other happenings. The book café is open for people who just want to come and hang out, read books or receive information about current events, demonstrations, etc.

Archive Books

Archive Books
Paolo Caffoni is co-editor of the publishing house Archive Books. He teaches at the department of Visual Arts and Curatorial Studies at the New Academy of Fine Arts in Milan (NABA). He gave talks and lectures about publishing at the Sao Paulo Biennial, Politecnico di Milano, Triennale di Milano, Zurich University of the Arts (ZHdK), Saas-Fee Summer Institute of Art, Berlin. Past collaborations and exhibitions include Falke Pisano (ar/ge kunst, Bozen), Clemens von Wedemeyer (Maxxi, Rome); Inventory (Depo, Istanbul); 3rd Thessaloniki Biennial. His writings can be found in No Order magazine, Alfabeta2, Commonware, Effimera, Regarding Spectatorship among other publications.

Archive Books is a publishing house based in Berlin and Milan. Through the production of different formats – anthologies, essays, artists’ books and magazines – the editorial line of Archive Books take form in collaboration with authors who make use of archival materials and documentary processes to offer perspectives – starting from the field of contemporary art – on themes such as labour conditions, post-colonialism, feminism, and pedagogy. Archive Kabinett is a space set aside for publishing in expanded form: encounters, research, screenings, presentations, exhibitions and a bookshop.

www.archivebooks.org

Smør Press

Smør Press
Presentation of the very first steps of SMØR Press, a very recent publishing house in Trondheim specializing in Risography technique and co-founded by former KiT student Carlos Alberto Correia.

Carlos Alberto Correia (1989, Portugal) has a bachelor in painting from the Faculty of Fine Arts at the University of Lisbon and a MFA from the Trondheim Academy of Fine Art, NTNU (2015) Correia has made several solo and group exhibitions both in Portugal and Norway. He lives and works in Trondheim.

Kaffi Fanzine

Kaffi Fanzine
Fanzines, a dying artform? The love for physical format has never died, it still alive & well. Doing it the hard way has its charm: Writing with a typewriter, taking photos with analog cameras, cutting & pasting the zines before xerox printing them in finished A5 format fanzines. Making fanzines is the perfect outlet & art form for people with ADHD & OCD, like me. 

Martin Mentzoni (1985) from Haugesund, Norway, is an artist, motivational Speaker, skateboarder, musician and blogger.

www.kaffifanzine.com
www.svartkaffi.com

moin moin

Magdaléna Manderlová
Magdaléna Manderlová (1991) is an artist/musician from Czech Republic, currently based in Trondheim. Since 2013 she has been performing as lo-fi indie-songwriter moin moin. Her songs are intimate yet rough, and sometimes the song format drowns in a fuzzy soup of layered and looped vocals, and a blurry guitar in the backround.
In 2016, Magdalena self-recorded her debut album Dawn, which was released on tape-casette by Z-Tapes label. She sticks with DIY scene, produces various merch herself, and tours all around Europe.

https://moin.bandcamp.com/
http://cargocollective.com/magdalenamanderlova

PARTICIPANTS

//March 30//
Levart
Martin Mentzoni
Kristine Wathne
Agnieszka Foltyn
Taylor Edin
Elisabet Alsos Strand
SMØR Press
Gard Aukrust & Magdalena Manderlova & Anders Solberg
Prerna Bishnoi
Magdalena Manderlova
Yanir Shani
Andreas Waldo
Hilde Pytkowski & Reidun Synnøve Gravelseter
Martin Palmer
Art & Common Space
/riss/
Nordenfjeldske Kunstindustrimuseum, Museum Shop

//March 31//
Levart
Martin Mentzoni
Agnieszka Foltyn
Taylor Edin
Diana Lindbjerg
Beijing-TRH
SMØR Press
Gard Aukrust & Magdalena Manderlova & Anders Solberg
Prerna Bishnoi
Magdalena Manderlova
Yanir Shani
Andreas Waldo
Hilde Pytkowski & Reidun Synnøve Gravelseter
Art & Common Space
Kristine Wathne

Postal address:
Kunstakademiet i Trondheim
Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU)
N-7491 Trondheim

Visiting address:
Innherredsveien 7 (Industribygget)
Trondheim
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Contact form
adm [at] kit.ntnu.no
Tel. +47 73 59 79 00
Fax. +47 73 59 79 20

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