Text, Print & Spoken Word

Things that got printed and bound to a book or words spoken in front of an audience.

Truth Detectives pitching at DOK.digital – DOK.fest München 2023

Studio ZB is pitching Truth Detectives for the Award for New Narrative Formats at DOK.forum

Wednesday 3 May 14h
HFF Audimax Munich


Truth Detectives at ICLI 2022

Presentation of Truth Detectives at International Conference on Live Interfaces 2022 in Lisboa, PT.



Whole Waste Catalog Book Presentation

Whole Waste Catalog — undo it yourself
Thursday 7 April 2022, from 18:00h
Book presentation at Material, Klingenstrasse 23, 8005 Zurich
Edited by Raphael Perret, concept developed with Nadja Baldini, designed with Nadine Wüthrich, with contributions from: Boris Magrini, Basle; Brij Kishore, Delhi; Felix Stalder, Vienna & Zurich; Nadja Baldini, Zurich; Priti Mahesh, Delhi; Raphael Perret, Zurich; Shusha Niederberger, Winterthur

242 pages, soft cover, English, 148 x 210mm
Amsel Verlag Zürich, 2021 www.amselverlag.ch, ISBN 978-3-906325-65-1


Whole Waste Catalog – Undo It Yourself

It is time for red cheeks, the Whole Waste Catalog is out! There will be a book presentation following soon. In the meantime, you may get your copy in my Tip Top Shop or at Material Zurich.

Documentation of a socially engaged, artistic research project on the informal e-waste recycling / Zurich & Delhi 2015–2019 by Raphael Perret

242 pages, soft cover, English, color images, 148 x 210mm (DIN A5)

Edited by Raphael Perret with contributions from:
Boris Magrini, Brij Kishore, Felix Stalder, Nadja Baldini, Priti Mahesh, Raphael Perret, Shusha Niederberger

Comics by Orijit Sen, Vidyun Sabhaney, Moriangthem Jagadish Singh, Anupam Arunachalam

Designed by Raphael Perret and Nadine Wüthrich
Amsel Verlag Zurich, 2021 ISBN 978-3-906325-65-1

Catch a glimpse of the catalog here


100 Years Paulo Freire

Panel: 100 Years Paulo Freire, Dialogue and liberation in a digital futureThursday 14.10.2021
JUFA Hotel Salzburg City, Josef-Preis-Allee 18, 5020 Salzburg
Gerald Faschingeder (Wien), Robert Bichler (Wien/ Kathmandu), Ulli Vilsmaier (Luneburg), Danilo Streck (Caxio do Sul), Raphael Perret (Zurich)

100 Years Paulo Freire Conference

Traumstationen — Geheimagent Traum


It was my pleasure to participate in this endeavour with the chapter ‘The Significance of Dreams’, featuring articles from around the world:

Pema Zatul – Tibet
Marwan Omar – Sudan
Husam Hilali – Sudan
Tozi Madzima – Shona
Åsa Simma – Sami
Rona & Bud Johnston – Ojibwe
Kana Kitaoka – Japan
Yaqoob Attal – Pashtoon
Leemi Keche – Idu Mishmi
Pinki Yadav – North India
Sigrun Hrolfsdottir – Iceland
Liberio Uiagumeareu – Boe
Nisreen Joubeh – Palestine

Book Presentation
Tuesday 28 September 2021, 19h
Helferei Grossmünster, Kirchgasse 13, 8001 Zurich

400 pages
The Missing Link
Design by Studio Sauvage
Scheidegger & Spiess
ISBN 978-3-03942-018-6

Toxic Stories x STWST48x7 Out Of Matter x Ars Electronica

Audio Guide
Andreas Zingerle and Raphael Perret 2021
Designed by Juan Linares Ceballos
Auditory Explorations — servus.at Research Lab 2021
Spoken by Pamela Neuwirth, Claus Harringer



STWST Sa, 11. Sept. 15:00-16:00, Foyer, 1st Floor

Friday 10 September 2021, Campus Cartographies Workshop, Linz
Roots and Seeds XXI

Presentation of Toxic Stories at Ars Electronica and STWST48x7
Tiziana Centofanti, Markus Puschenreiter, Andreas Zingerle, Raphael Perret


See also

Toxische Geschichten

Article ‘Toxische Geschichten’ for Versorgerin #0131 Sept 2021, together with Andreas Zingerle.

Toxische Geschichten PDF



Painting with Live Colours

Sujit, Baba-ji, Pawan Kumar Dubey.

An article for Swiss Future 1/2021 about the art practice of Sujit Mallik, member of the Delhi based art group WALA.

Art has the potential to point to the future through experimenting and struggling with the contemporary by opposing it defiantly. While the art market has become internationally commercialised, artists regain their autonomy by breaking free of restricting formats—working on the human scale in reality—where their practice touches upon questions of ethics and aesthetics in different forms, society is driven forward and alternative infrastructures are frequently created. The Indian art scene is no exception, immersed as it is in a sub-continent with such a multitude of cultures, religions, languages, and phases of modernising converging. Moving into the 21st century, the question of how infrastructure is organised will become a defining factor of the future in India and artists may have a say in precisely that.

Download the PDF of the article.

The cleaned space

Gardening on the roof top. Paribartana Mohanty and Sujit Mallik.

Cooking performance with organic vegetables from saag-wala.

Sujit at his farm in Loni.

Visiting the fields.

Sujit, Baba-ji and Pawan Kumar Dubey visiting farmers in Loni.

A crop sample.

Checking seeds.

Pumpkins in the field.


Field plan on canvas.

AMRO 2020 — online

Don’t miss AMRO 2020 — wherever you are in the world.
20 – 23 May 2020
live on https://dorftv.at
My workshop is on Thursday 21.5. at 16h

Missed the fabulous festival? Have a look at the playlist on dorf.tv