Born in Titan, a popular district of Bucharest, Kajet it is a textual and visual collection of thoughts, a set of neglected narratives, a sequence of reflections and perspectives for a story in the making.
With a name that is the external European version of the French Cahier, the magazine founded by Petrică Mogoş and Laura Naum wants to be precisely a notebook of annotations that proposes, against every stereotype, Eastern European art and culture to an audience international.
Dimensions: 16 x 23 cm
Number of pages: 240
ISSUE # 4 ON PERIPHERY
Producing an archeology of the periphery, Kajet's fourth issue explores the possibility of a revised vision of the future of Europe, in a critical and thoughtful way. There is not a single idea of the world, a single history or a future without alternatives, but there are many disparate worlds that are lived at different speeds, according to different rhythms, producing contradictory stories and futures. The paradoxes are therefore necessary: to remain local but open, homogeneous but plural, rooted yet adrift, anchored but aware of what happens beyond one's proximity. Our periphery is European and elsewhere.