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July 2019

S P A C E | Tokyo, ‘Osananajimi’

16 July
Hanoi, Viet Nam

This issue of S P A C E contains a short story, 'Original Departures.' It was published earlier this year as part of a monthly column, "Kismuth & The Way." K&TW is a commission by Saathee Magazine, out of Charlotte, NC. In this unique zine, we've added original photographs by BOSS, taken in Tokyo and Mito to augment the story. Download this PDF and you'll be able to also get the printer-friendly black-and-white version. Print, fold and sew it at home…

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S P A C E | Hanoi

30 July @ 8:00 am - 5:00 pm
*Secret location*,

Update: Location details fixed for 30 July. Re-release of the S P A C E | Hanoi story, 'Unnecessary Jackets.' Read and discover the making of mini-magazines each week. We are distributing them internationally at our online store. We are also publishing things in real life, when we have a chance to make S P A C E. In real life. Together. Are you ready to try something new? Experience S P A C E | Hanoi. Max 4. Guests…

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August 2019

S P A C E | Hanoi, ‘Miniparty’

5 August @ 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
*Secret location*,

LET’S TALK ABOUT learning. How we discover, find, and make new connections. Ideas, shapes of thinking and the input that comes from places that might not be the ‘usual’ ones. No more boring meetings: What are the containers that make great conversations *happen*? Conversations that lead to better collaboration and better work? Those are important. Let's not waste time. Let's make things better, together. Better and more enjoyable: that’s the key. How do we design the S P A C…

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26 August @ 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm

The cost of a thing is the amount of what I will call life which is required to be exchanged for it, immediately or in the long run.' --H. D. Thoreau 'Work' and, more importantly, 'Meaningful Work.' That's our topic, for this onetime, online forum. In a prompt-led, guided conversation to take place on our website in a protected-page post, and comment threads, there, we'll explore this idea more roundly. What is work? What does 'meaningful' even mean? What is…

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S P A C E | Rīga, ‘Lūdzu’

27 August
*Secret location*,

September 2019

S P A C E | Seattle, ‘Excerpts from The Dive’

3 September @ 8:00 am - 5:00 pm
*Secret location*,

'A shadow under my heart whispered something else. This isn’t going to bode well. In pregnancy, you get weird dreams, but one of them shocked me awake. I saw something happening to my foetus, something not good at all, involving so much blood. I shook Yoshi to consciousness so he could hold, and settle me. That wasn’t even two days before. That’s how I wound up at Swedish Medical’s high risk unit, on the table, awaiting the needle. The one…

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Hà Nội, ‘A Westlake Story’

10 September
*Secret location*,

S P A C E | Hà Nội, 'A Westlake Story' A. Spaice Mostly poetry, but some philosophy about the way we have to stop what we are doing when we mindlessly do things that are, well, for lack of a better term, pointless. Finding meaning and discovering the path--this takes artfulness, wakefulness, and discernment. Where and how do we discover these things? A poetic foray along that exact line of query. Read to find out. Photography, graphic art, and…

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I feel that in a world bombarded with images and noise, so many articulate, intelligent, and curious creative people are simply unable to discover each other.

I wanted to do something about that.

So, since 2014, I’ve been gathering people just like that by simply putting event ideas here, on Eventbrite. And ‘let’s just see what happens’ kind of jam sessions of extraordinary connexion somehow, from this intent, just… pop out and become real.

I love this.

New and different others crossing paths *by design*. I host. It’s fun.

We meet.

For a short time.

Just once.

In S P A C E.

Experience it.

‘OK, but what does it look like, DK?’

‘At the beginning? This:’