«Prom.run» is the publishing project of Prom. The publication consists of a selection of materials that have inspired their practice as an art collective and addresses topics relating to self-organization and knowledge-related commons. Part of "Learning from COVID19: Reflections on knowledge-related commons and practices of self-organization amidst COVID19."
Prom is an art collective that started in Madrid some years ago. Scattered around Europe (Italy, Netherlands, Spain, and the UK), today they work together on a long-distance basis. Since 2018, they have been producing projects of different nature, including short films, interactive pieces, and a journal. Their works have always been grounded on the personal yet shared experience of current events and guided by the interest to collaborate with others.
Prom.run is the publishing project of Prom. The publication consists of a selection of materials that have inspired their practice as an art collective and addresses topics relating to self-organization and empowerment through knowledge-related commons. The publication functions wonderfully in its physical form, which is why we’d recommend you to personally get in touch with Prom in order to receive a copy, either via their website: http://prom.run/prom.run.html or email: email@example.com
Authors of the content are: the Prom collective (Federico Pozuelo, Javier Ruiz del Río, Marcos Gutiérrez Morquecho and Martin Alonso Iglesias), Jordi Claramonte (author of “Noticing the Decoupling in 1952’s High Noon” translated by Prom), and Tomás Ruiza Rivas (author of “What is the purpose of Spanish art?” translated by Prom). Additionally, we would like to credit Raisa Maudit, Ramón Mateos and Curro Aix. The conversations with these people were a significant contribution to this publication, informing to a high extent the content of our writings.