BOOK OF THE MONTH: Vi er mange

Book Launch
Language: Danish

On Tuesday 28 September, we have invited the editors of the magazine Vi er mange to are invited to give a presentation, reading and conversation about the magazine. Vi er mange is a mixture of literature, culture and politics. This Tuesday, the editors present the first edition of the magazine "Optøjer". This first issue deals with this form of protest, which is becoming increasingly prevalent in, among other things, the fight for the rights of minorities...

On Tuesday 26 Oktober, Sine Bang Nielsen will come for a conversation and reading in connection with her poem SOL. SOL, which was published on the OVO Press in 2021. MORE INFORMATION TO COME.

On Tuesday 30 November, Rasmus Theisen will join us for a presentation and reading of his upcoming debut novel. MORE INFORMATION TO COME.

Info about Vi er mange

About Månedens bog and the publisher Antipyrine

The Book of the Month is a collaboration between the publisher Antipyrine and Kunsthal Aarhus, which, on the last Tuesday each month, focuses on a book release in Kunsthal Aarhus. We invite both debutants and established authors/translators/editors who have in common that they represent relevant contemporary art and literature. The releases are about everything from art, literature, theory and activism and involve an artistic presentation, reading, conversation, performance, (film-)screenings and much more. The Book of the Month is a collaboration which, across literature and art, will strengthen the literary art scene in Aarhus.

The publisher Antipyrine
Kunsthal Aarhus already houses Antipyrine Bookstore. The publishing house has existed since 2014 and has a sharp selection of books from independent, often artist-driven publishers from all over Scandinavia. Books not found in the mainstream bookstores. Books that are works in their own right. Books from people who think about publishing as an artistic practice, an artistic idiom and an artistic strategy. These are the very same types of books and the publishing programme also reflects. All events are free and the purpose is to present a larger audience to different, relevant contemporary literature.