Caveat is a collective research project initiated by Jubilee, reflecting and acting on the ecology of artistic practice. Emptor continues along the methodology and efforts of Caveat. It actively applies the practice-based approach to 'property', a concept that highly defines the economy of visual arts.

Display module for 'Publishing & Performing Relationships. Caveat at Bâtard Festival'

The conversations at Beursschouwburg will take place in a display module conceived by graphic designer and researcher Loraine Furter and artist Laurie Charles. The display is part of Speaking Volumes, a hybrid research project about feminist publishing practices, between art and activism — a blind spot in the history of artists’ books. The research takes different forms, from graphic documents to performative events, and materializes on a display inspired by Alison Knowles' artwork The Big Book, a giant structure with oversized pages she built in 1966.