...ment journal

...ment (2011-2015) is a self-published editorial initiative operating  at the intersection between culture, art and politics. It is a discursive platform and meeting point that hosts different voices, practices, places, imaginaries. ...ment acts as a field for enquiry, dialogue and experimentation and is committed to emerging forms and ideas. Each issue of ...ment addresses a specific theme, providing a framework for integrating diverse perspectives on central and urgent topics. Each issue was published online completed with special printing projects. Inviting contributions from upcoming and established artists, thinkers and cultural practitioners, the publication engages with contemporary social and political issues in order to generate a dynamic discourse.

︎Social Housing – Housing the Social. Special Issue (2012) produced in collaboration with SKOR | Foundation for Art and Public Domain on the occasion of a two-day symposium Social Housing – Housing the Social hosted by SKOR | Foundation for Art and Public Domain in 2012. With contributions from Nikolaus Hirsch, Suely Rolnick, Liam Gillick, Slavoj Žižek, Theo Frey, Ludwig Engel.

︎Move...ments (and resistance) Issue #4, (2013) was commissioned by Book Works as part of the series Common Objectives guest edited by Nina Power. Contributions from: Jan Verwoert, Angel Nevarez and Valerie Tevere, Bassam El Baroni, Rana Hamadeh, Claire Tancons, Pauline Boudry and Renate Lorenz, Federica Bueti, Abraham Cruzvillegas, Kathy Acker, Federico Campagna, Gabriela Jauregui, José M. Bueso and Sally Gutierrez, Christopher Kullenberg and Dick Higgins.

︎Bewilder...ment. Special Issue (2013), was produced in collaboration with Glänta Magazine and guest editor Claire Tancons. Included contributions from: Federica Bueti, Arto Lindsday and Clara Meister, Jan Verwoert, Hadley + Maxwell, Camilla Wills.

︎...ment issue #3 Fragments (On Authorship) Spring-Summer 2012.

Editor-in-chief: Federica Bueti.

Web Editor: Kristin Metho.
Contributing Editors: Benoit Loiseau, Clara Meister, Lucy Mercer, Pedro Nevez Marques, Ashley Wong.
Advisory Board: Valérie Chartrain, Sam Chermayeff, Corinne Diserens, Kenneth Goldsmith, John Hutnyk, Vesna Madzoski, Caleb Waldorf.
Website: Federica Bueti and Clara Meister (concept), Kristin Metho (design), Stephen Lumenta (programming).
Print: Riccardo Benassi (issue 1 & 2), An Endless Supply (issue 3 & 4, special issues), Boy Vereecken (special issue SKOR).

Logo: Liam Gillick