read.me/ an imperative of the text to be seen and comprehended.
read.me/ an archive and a memory of a given programme.
read.me/ an instruction regulating a number of practices.
read.me/ a set of sequences, recorded and stored.
read.me/ an attempt at communication.
The following issue presents new works along with the (documentation of) older projects by artists engaging – in a more or less direct way – with different interpretations of the titular subject.
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