—Event
28 June, 2016, 6 – 8 pm

Book Launch: ‘A Solid Injury to the Knees’ by Maya Tounta

Rupert invites you to the launch of ‘A Solid Injury to the Knees’, an anthology of essays, short stories and speculations on depression’s percolation into politics, its fraught relationship to productivity and its potential for resistance. Authors: Florian Cramer, Travis Jeppesen, Nina Power, Joshua Simon, Maya Tounta and Marina Vishmidt Editor: Maya Tounta Designer: Gailė Pranckūnaitė Publisher: Rupert Juan Pablo Villegas (artist, MX) will provide a soundtrack for the evening with songs from Požemis’ vinyl collection. Crooked Nose and Coffee Stories, who are kindly hosting our launch, will be serving coffee and šakotis. Join us for drinks and conversation, and get yourself a FREE copy of both books or download the full PDF from www.doublebind.eu The launch will take place…(read more)

—Reading Room Session
30 June, 2016, 7 pm

Reading Room Sessions: “Ideologies Of Eastness in Central and Eastern Europe”

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Rupert and Unthinkable kindly invites you to the first collective Reading Room of upcoming Reading Room series, opening space for discussions around cultural, social and geopolitical issues and turns in Central and Eastern Europe. We are starting 7pm at VDA C1 auditorium on Malūnų str. 3, Thursday, June 30th.  We will collectively delve into the third chapter of Tomasz Zarycki’s “The Ideologies of Eastness” (p. 33-63), introducing the notion of “dependence”, which refers to the naturalisation and relative invisibility of this relation in Central and Eastern Europe from the Western core. This part of the book argues that despite the economic dimension of Western hegemony remains the key element of dependence, it is the cultural and partly political which are…(read more)


Launch of our New YouTube Channel

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Dear All, we’re thrilled to announce the launch of our new YouTube Channel. So far, we have uploaded five videos from our “Double Bind” lecture series, which you can find on our channel by clicking this link. Recording of these videos was kindly produced under the programme LT07, the EEA Financial Mechanism and Lithuanian Republic. More news soon, Rupert