read.me as an imperative of a text to be seen and comprehended.
read.me as an archive, a memory of a programme.
read.me as an instruction, a sequence to be followed.
read.me as an attempt at communication.
On Saturday the 16th of March, SB34-the Pool is hosting Nowhere Collective, who will present ‘read.me’ – the third issue of their zine, with contributions by Sofia Caesar, Emile Hermans, Toril Johannessen, Tao G. Vrhovec Sambolec and Paula Smolarska.
This is the first issue to be launched simultaneously online and offline, in two complementary versions.
Besides the zine, Nowhere will present a surprise side programme with works by some of the contributing artists.
Nowhere is a young collective of artists, curators and writers, based nowhere but being here and now, at least temporarily. Reaching out from the depths of the post-graduation limbo, they came together to build a platform for contemporary art – an island carried on the waves of the internet, in a drift through the yet uncharted territory of art.