The Remote Archivist - Series 02
The Remote Archivist - Series 02
The Remote Archivist - Series 02
The Remote Archivist - Series 02
The Remote Archivist - Series 02
The Remote Archivist - Series 02
The Remote Archivist - Series 02
The Remote Archivist - Series 02
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The Remote Archivist - Series 02

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Complete set of the 2 issues from Series 02 with 2 surprise prints.

In the second series of two episodes, Martha Jager investigates personal histories and correspondence as a form to establish contact and create networks. The intimate and personal correspondence (1981) between Pooh Kaye, Josine van Droffelaar and Wies Smals is Martha's entry point into the archive of de Appel. For The Remote Archivist series 02, Martha contacted Pooh Kaye and they started a correspondence, both digitally and on paper. A personal language between two women of different generations describing everyday affairs in all degrees of importance.   


Design: Bardhi Haliti
Archivist: Nell Donkers

 

 

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The Remote* Archivist is a recurring publication from the Archive of de Appel that can also be accessed while the reader is physically distant, or the archive is far away. The distance, and at the same time the fickle proximity of digital platforms is now translated into the tangibility of archivistic messages.

On one side of the paper, you will find a record from de Appel Archive; be it from years ago or just yesterday; after all, how fast does an event turn into an archival record? Referring to the leaflets of documentation that de Appel sent to its ‘followers’ in the 1970s, The Remote Archivist commemorates the joy of receiving printed matter in the mailbox. The Remote Archivist will keep you informed about what has taken place and what is yet to become history. On the opposite side of the paper, archive visitors are given space to cherish, celebrate and publish their findings. De Appel Archive is kept alive with a gentle touch, ample attention, and remains ready to be rediscovered, time and time again.

*absent, dreamy, far away, remote control, distant


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