PUB is an interdisciplinary initiative by students of the Sandberg Instituut: a group of artists, writers, editors and designers who aim to structure and establish a publishing practice at their school.
PUB collaborates with GRA Bookbinding Workshop, Fabulous Future, Hackers & Designers, Ja Ja Ja Nee Nee Nee, LAG, Library Rietveld/Sandberg, RadioEE, Radio Relativa, Radio 80k, Unsettling Rietveld/Sandberg, Rietveld Pavilion, SI MediaLab
Are you looking for a network? Do you have any interesting in any sort of collaborative publishing project? Wanna sure on some radio waves? Do you remember reading something about Sandberg PUB and wondering where it went?
Join us at Suzi Projects on Friday, Feb. 24 19:00 for the launch of Pub Journal #4 — Floating in the Abyss.
Hembrugstaat 9 1013 WV Amsterdam
The latest issue of PUB Journal, titled Floating in the Abyss, is available now.
19:00-21:30 PUB welcome event @ FaFu space, studio of Disarming Design, Gaasterlandsraat 3, 1079 RN Amsterdam
What are the tools for alliances? How do we establish solidarity networks? Can a model of practice and form of governance be considered as a work of art? And what does it mean to publish/make public in a platform framework?
18.30 - 20.30 CEST
Online Lecture and Physical Poster workshop by Proyecto Relámpago x Letterpress Workshop.
Conversation between latin american publishing projects: aquí y allá, feria Tijuana, Proyecto Relámpago. Moderated by Maria Paola Sánchez.(NADA)
17:00 @ Sandberg Design Department
In approaching the onsetting symptoms in an explosion of uncertainty, we are left to navigate the cloud of debris.
PUB Journal invites us all to dwell in uncertainty and rejoice in the disorder together.
Send us your poems and essays, philosophical treatise, manuals, operas and ballads, paintings, sculptures, performances and video diaries.
All formats are warmly invited, from within and outside the Sandberg community.
An online evening live-streamed from SEXYLAND showcasing WORK-IN-PROGRESS from RESOLUTION students
Main Department Design hosts:
Quicksand Lecture with Joshua Citarella: "Who Radicalized you ?"
curated by Leïth Benkhedda (Design 2019-2021)
10 November, 18:00 - 19:00 via live-stream
Throughout the graduation show, Pub Fun(gi) Radio will proudly occupy the interstitial space between Het Hem, De Dood, and the listening public during these distant days. In a sound space collaboratively crafted by the Studio for Immediate Spaces and Touche Touche, we will resonate both local soundscapes and off-shore broadcasts. Our naturally artificial and funghi-esque radio environment will navigate the exhibition space, amplifying the rich polyphony of graduate voices in a 24-hour durational program:
Design Department, 3rd floor
When gathering and concocting our series of fictions, falsehoods and deceptions we never considered that these distorted reflections on reality would take shape during a pandemic. Within the context of this unforeseen global event and the multiple truths this situation generated, we were seduced and deceived by the generative lies the texts revealed. Lies which imagined mythical pasts, alternative presents and possible futures.
PUB is hosting Krab Jenga (Tournament), a product-oriented entrepreneurial dreamscape that is now open to Players. On 27 June, 21:00, a DEMO gameplay happened in an office space in Amsterdam.
16:30 ✶ Online lecture + Experiment ✶
✶ Session 2 w/ Edu Martinez Piracés: Support your postal service✶
Online lecture + Postal Distribution Experiment - Supported by the GRA Bookbinding Workshop ✶ 11th of May – Time 10:00 – You Need: Internet & Your Printer ✶ The workshop is open to 20 participants, please fill
✶ Session 1: Print, Read and Share with AKV Berlin ✶
Online lecture + Book Bootlegging Workshop - Supported by the GRA Bookbinding Workshop ✶ 20th of April – Time 10:00 – You Need: Internet & Your Printer (double side function) ✶ The workshop is open to 20 participants, please fill
PUB invited Sandberg Students to participate in Pillow Streaming, the first quarantine session happening this Friday 27 March. The radio session had more than 1600 listeners and PUB will continue with Pillow Streaming Vol. 2 on Friday 3 April.
During Open Sandberg 2020, 6 February, PUB invited guests to a live-broadcasted drawing session Pubtionary.
@De School, Amsterdam
17 October, 11:00 - 23:00
Issue #2 From Precarity, April 2019 by PUB Journal is available here:
During the third weekend of June, a mobile pressroom will visit Sandberg Graduation exhibitions. Interviews, conversations, quizzes, and predictions will happen. A behind the scenes, ready to read, live text streaming creating an instant publication through voice recognition. The streaming will also be transmitted trough VPN (Virtual PUB Network), a 5 node VPN (Virtual Private Network) activated during 2019 Sandberg Instituut’s graduation show.
PUB Journal presents:
From Precarity: PUB Journal #2 | Launch Event
Gaasterlandstraat 3-5, 1079RH Amsterdam,NL
Friday 19 April 2019, 18:00 - 22:00
10:00 @ Stedelijk Museum. Semi Permanent Library of the Rietveld and Sandberg in collaboration with PUB.
PUB Radio March events are:
8 March - International Women's Day @ Rietveld Pavilion, Amsterdam
10 March - Student Strike For Climate March @ Dam Square, Amsterdam
16 March - Warm-Up to the Global Warm-Up @ Mediamatik, Amsterdam
20:00 @ Mobiele-eenheid. PUB.tv and Radio Voorwaarts team up to present a film night about squatting and alternative housing in Amsterdam, with live music afterwards. Mobiele-eenheid was a squatted social center.
PUB on tour! :)
Gerrit Rietveld Academie
10:00 @ Sandberg Instituut. PUB and the Design Department are hosting a joint workshop on e-publishing and typography. This workshop addresses the methods, tools and implications of online publication. What does e-publish do/mean? How does it circulate? What are the repercussions of cloud publishing and how should we interpret the current interest in archives?
PUB recently published "For Porosity” — the first issue of a journal by, for and about Sandberg students. The periodical publishing platform is used for sharing works-in-progress, visual or textual essays, opinions and inquiries, tips and reviews, upcoming plans and all other relevant bits of information with the Sandberg community. "For Porosity" accompanied the PUB Radio
Featuring contributions by: Bin Koh, Naomi Credé, Harriet Foyster, Anna Maria Merkel & Juhee Hahm, Dario Dezfuli, Elisa Grasso, Elia Castino and many others. Editors: Maria Muuk, Holly Childs, Maike Statz, Ada Reinthal. Design: Dario Dezfuli, Sheona Turnbull, Miquel Hervás Gómez.
Students Sandberg Instituut
Miguel Hervás Gómez
Website, workshop, journal, radio, various publications
Students Sandberg Instituut
Interdisciplinary, publishing practice, collaboration