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Kajet, a journal of Eastern European encounters, is a publishing project developed by Dispozitiv Books. It seeks to bring unexplored, neglected Eastern European narratives to the fore. Situated at the intersection between critical theory, contemporary art practices, and underrepresented territories, Kajet has received international recognition for its design and editorial vision. Visit Kajet’s website here & get the latest issue here.

Imagined Exchanges is a collaborative book between twelve artists, curators, activists, all assigned with a burdening task: to re-map the Eastern European condition in the context of three decades of post-socialist capitalism. The present collection of deconstructed thoughts was produced following a speculative process fuelled by imagination: their solutions are reframed in the context of a round table discussion that never happened.

Camera Arhiva is an archival platform seeking to unearth Romanian printed matter published between 1947 and 1989. Functioning as a research platform that is a permanent work in progress, Camera Arhiva retrieves material traces of communist everyday life, such as almanacs and journals, state periodicals and union-owned magazines, newspapers and pamphlets, posters and exhibition catalogues, paperbacks and do-it-yourself manuals.