Unlearning my library builds upon Read-ins research into the wider context of public and private libraries. We investigate how a specific library is constituted through the physicality of reading, library etiquette, the books being read, histories of articulations within bookshelves, architecture as well as the different categorisations within the library. These aspects very often sink into oblivion without necessarily losing their agency. Read-in experiments with formats to challenge these taken for granted notions and enter a process of renegotiation.

Regimes of Memorizing #1

2013 / Performance at Mumok Vienna; contribution to Springerin Chronic Times (Ein Lesestück)

Es gibt keine unschuldige Lektüre

2014 / Ein Lesestück, in: Chronic Times, Springerin 1/2014, pp. 42-45

Teach-in

2011 / 22 November / With Annie Fletcher: a Teach-in into the legacy of feminist reading groups. Departing from Casco at 18.30 to search for a host …

Something to take with you

2012 / 22 May / “Something to take with you”, memorizing workshop, as part of ”Why Stay If You Can Go?’, a reading group by The Black Swan, De Appel and the Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam.  

Contribution to ‘P’ for Performance

2011 / 9 June / “Read-in classic and BookshelfResearch” / Contribution to ‘P for Performance’ by Maja Bekan, Van Abbemuseum, Eindhoven.