Podcast Series: Peripheral Visions Cards

Podcast Series Peripheral Visions Cards


This podcast series is dedicated to the conversations that initiated Peripheral Visions Cardsa set of narrative cards developed by collectives for collectives as a companion in collaborative creative processes.

Peripheral Visions Cards are designed to deepen reflections among people working in collaborative environments, especially in non-dominant peripheral spaces. They embrace nuances of artistic expression, and the challenges and triumphs of maintaining independence in the neoliberal market through mutual symbiosis. The three card decks of Peripheral Visions Cards are a result of conversations between the collectives engaged in the project “Peripheral Visions—Towards Trans(l)national Publishing Culture,” which are a group of small independent publishers on the semi-periphery of Europe, some of which have worked together across two decades in various capacities.

If you are interested in learning more about the cards, getting a copy, commenting on or contributing to them, visit peripheralvisionscards.com


Podcast #1

This first episode focuses on fragments from those conversations that deal with what lead to the specific local and sociocultural contexts in which these collectives operate today.


Podcast #2

In the second part of this series, we focus on how each collective sees publishing within their practice.



Editorial team: Darija Medić and kuda.org

Contributors in the conversations: KulturtregerBooksa, Zagreb, Croatia; Maska, Ljubljana, Slovenia; eipcp – European Institute for Progressive Cultural Policies, Vienna, Austria; New Media Center kuda.org, Novi Sad, Serbia; Kontrapunkt, Skopje, Macedonia; Multimedia Institute — MaMa, Zagreb, Croatia

Production: kuda.org, 2024

Peripheral Visions Cards are part of the “Peripheral Visions—Towards Trans(l)national Publishing Culture,” a partnership project implemented by the Kulturtreger, Maska, eipcp, kuda.org, Kontrapunkt, Multimedijalni institut, and financed by the European Union, the Ministry of Culture of the Republic of Serbia, the City of Novi Sad Administration for Culture and the Foundation for Arts Initiatives.

“Funded by the European Union. Views and opinions expressed are however those of the author(s) only and do not necessarily reflect those of the European Union or European Education and Culture Executive Agency (EACEA). Neither the European Union nor the granting authority can be held responsible for them.”