A5, 64 pages, black and white printing, saddle stitched, 2023
mnemotope is a community magazine, the name of which comes from a term that’s used in writings about archaeological finds. a mnemotope is something (often historical) that compresses the viewer’s experience of time; allowing them to be in the period in which the object came to be, at the site when it was excavated and in the museum looking at it. mnemotope magazine takes that as its inspiration - it acts as a place in which lots of stories from across timelines and borders can sit together, and cultural memories can interact. it exists to create and hold the expression and knowledge of its diverse community, and because of this, the contents of the magazine are wonderfully varied; some confessional poetry, some hastily notated recipes, some fiction, some history, lots of other things, almost all submitted during our open call.