ANTIO-OQUIA is an event-based publication produced during a summer residency at Casa Tres Patios (Medellín, Colombia.) With slogans like "We live as The Enemy," "We are pirates" and "To hell with success!" and presented as a pirate agency, ANTI-OQUIA invited the local public to communally re-imagine the project of the Antioquia magazine as written and published by local philosopher Fernando Gonzalez from 1936 to 1945. The selection of the material that comprised the final publication was made by editorial boards open to the public, where authors and participants proposed the rules of the "new Antioquia."
Events, Workshops, Installation and Video Projections. Final publication 8.8 x 6.6 x 0.2 inches. 88 pages.