Aleksei Borisionok & Katalin Erdődi (eds.) – Sowing Unrest

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Sowing Unrest – English edition
Editors: Aleksei Borisionok, Katalin Erdődi
Publisher: tranzit.cz & Spector Books, on the occasion of the Biennale Matter of Art 2024, Prague
Publication Manager: Karin Akai
Proofreading and Copyediting: Ashley Davis, Biran D. Vondrak
Translations: Joan Brooks, Yustyna Kravchuk, Inga Michalewska
Design: The Rodina
Printing and binding: Tiskárny Havlíčkův Brod, a.s.
ISBN 978-80-87259-60-3 (tranzit.cz)
Pages: 164, paperback

Sowing Unrest – the Biennale Reader was published on the occasion of the third Biennale Matter of Art. With newly commissioned as well as republished essays, conversations, poems, and artistic contributions, it grafts the two curatorial threads of the biennale—Aleksei Borisionok’s interest in workers’ movements and Katalin Erdődi’s focus on rural change—in order to talk about the past, present, and future of political movements across the rural–urban divide. How do people in rural areas organize to effect change in society? How can people strike and achieve their political demands? How can care be organized as a basis for solidarity and mutual aid? We are curious about the various ways in which unrest—a state of dissatisfaction, disturbance, and agitation—can grow in unexpected places.

Texts: Kateryna Aliinyk, Aleksei Borisionok, Ramona Duminicioiu, Katalin Erdődi, Fernando García-Dory, Kateřina Kolářová, Tomasz Rakowski, Marta Romankiv, Galina Rymbu, Olia Sosnovskaya, Alex Toshkov, Tomáš Uhnák, Maja Vusilović

Visual Essays: Orla Barry, eeefff, Katheryna Lysovenko, Tamás Kaszás

The reader was edited by Aleksei Borisionok and Katalin Erdődi, curators of the Biennale Matter of Art 2024.