Self-publishing involves a diverse range of individually produced print editions and is based on independent distribution, direct contact between producers and consumers and mostly 100% authorship. Designers and artists can be authors, editors and contributors and can use media such as books and magazines to work on a range of subjects.
The goal of Print Weekend is to give a platform to national and international exhibitors to present and sell their selection of print editions. This includes but is not limited to the medium of zine. We also want to find out what topics can be discovered in the printed editions made by artists and designers: Are these simply individual expressions or artistic media? Do they address social aspects? And what makes self-publishing so appealing?
Druckwerk, eyeTRYarchitecture, Franz the lonely Austrionaut, Graphikkinder, Theresa Hattinger, Nadine Hirschauer, Emanuel Jesse, Pauline Jocher, Sandra Kosel, Look Back and Laugh, Mark Pezinger Verlag, Murmel Comics, Naa Teki Lebar und Marie Luise Lehner, PFERD. Forum zur Förderung zeitgenössischer Kunst, Alicia Pawelczack, Stefanie Pichler, Alja Piry, Nina Prader, Print for the Public (Lisa Brüggemann, Natalie Brychcy, Frauke Cordes, Christina Eike, Anja Kostro, Reina Matsushima, Lisa Petersen, Judith Reischmann, Johanna Rafalski, Katharina Schulze, Meijun Yan), PUSSY PROPELLER, Jasmin Rehrmbacher, Mirjam Schweiger, Soybot, Spitz Magazin, Bernhard Cella (Salon für Kunstbuch),Thomas Steineder, Christina Werner, You have your family I have mine
Selection from the zine archive_gendup Salzburg: Founded on a donation by Dr Elke Zobl, the zine archive at gendup includes more than 2000 queer-feminist zines as well as secondary literature on zine and media culture. It is open to everyone, including academic researchers and the general public. The zine archive in Salzburg is open Monday to Thursday, from 9 am until 12 pm, or by appointment.
Drawing robot by Daniela Kröhnert
Curated by Eva Weber