On drifting
— Research, edition and direction: Calypso36°21
— Contributors: Mehdi Alioua, Medine Altiok, AVALANCHE, George Bajalia; Baptiste de Ville d’Avray, Badr El Hammami, Ann Epoudry, Simohammed Fettaka, Pauline Fischer, Karin Fischnaller, Moira Hille, William Kutz, Alice Loumeau , Erri de Luca, Randa Maroufi, Ariane Masson, Malik Nejmi, Reuben Yemoh Odoi, Nuria Ribas Costa, Vice Amiral 2S, Thierry Rousseau, Arpad Szakolczai, Ala Tannir, Taina Tervonen, Sébastien Thiéry, Cédric Vallé
— Published in April 2021
— Graphic design : Manon Bachelier
— Printing: Kopa
blue
borderscapes
crossing
exile
fluid borders
in-between
liminality
Mediterranean Sea
moving grounds
participative archive
shores

On drifting is a participatory lexicon imagined and produced by the collective Calypso36°21 from 2018 to 2021, as part of its curatorial research programme Out.of.the.blue.map. This book gathers contributions proposed by a multitude of humans whose work summons, explores and questions the liminal dimension of Mediterranean borderscapes. Poets, lawyers, navigators, activists, artists, architects, researchers, writers, philosophers and political scientists have been collaborating with Calypso36°21 since 2018 to create this final edition. 

Conceived as an alternative cartography of the [fluid+solid] border landscapes of the Mediterranean, On drifting aims to disrupt the spatial regimes, often derived from (post)colonial narratives, that now freeze the understanding of this territory. The lexicon is read from shore to shore.