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This workshop investigated techniques and methods of assembling, editing, reproduction and publishing research of a specific subject. It did so using a small, old bookbindery in the city of Porto as a case study. By exploring a range of editorial and reproduction techniques using the RISO printer, the participants produced a collective research document. It referenced the bookbindery’s many dimensions and establishing connections with a variety of media, translated to print

This workshop existed in the context of the research project Pure Print. It took place at the School of Arts of the University of Porto, Portugal.