Towards a collective dependency!
During the Shaking The Habitual Show we will sell publications made by the people we love and learn from. Their work on intersectional, feminist, anti-racist, anti-capitalist strategies has inspired us to keep fighting for what we believe in.
MALMOE FREE UNIVERSITY FOR WOMEN (MFK) has written a manual that tries to sum up the knowledge that they have acquired when working with MFK. Under the headings Start, Organization and Structure, Economy, Art, Strategic Separatism, Intersectionality, Radical Pedagogy and Utopia we have formulated our own definitions, clarified with concrete examples and experiences and collected practical tips. The book is written with the aim to activate and spread knowledge and we hope that as many as possible will find it useful. Use, ponder and exploit the manual for your own purposes.
GIRLS LIKE US is an independent journal turning the spotlight to an international expanding community of women within arts, culture and activism. Through personal stories, essays and vanguard visuals GIRLS LIKE US unfolds feminist legacies in arts and writing. Mixing politics with pleasure, the magazine is mapping new routes towards a feminist, post-capitalist future.
FUL is an artist collective, which use queer feminist and post-colonial theories as an important part of aesthetic expression. Ful does not believe in a two gender-system but welcome all genders and non-gendered, and call them ze. With Ful art magazine #1-2 2011, Ful comment on and resist towards the white neonationalistic movement that is massively spreading through Europe. With #1-4 2012, Ful investigate the skin as a space for contact and projection, and a place where politics are exercised. This is done in a publication that is letting ideas about body politics take physical form.