More soon.
(temporary website)


kyklà is a small imprint, a series of books resonating with phenomena in the Aegean Archipelago. kyklà is a publishing project driven by a transdisciplinary team directed by David Bergé, exploring critical and experimental positions in writing. Different titles will be complementing each other, and with this series, we will slowly start forming a catalogue of liquid forms of modernity: corporeal bodies – historical and actual, real, and imaginative.

Dry heat on your body. Bronze grasses and rocks, cactae, aloe vera. Concrete, asphalt, and marble, the Cycladic Landscape is both rural and urban: the Aegean Archipelago, south-east of Athens, extends into the city hills.

Through navigation, our westernized sense of perspective has established a common horizon, simplifying islands as visual spots at the surface of the sea. Islands are not exotic entities alone in the sea waters. Islands remain interconnected with the mainland and each other, from the top of the mountains to the hidden topographies of the sea bed: a myriad of creatures and non-organic matter which lives in constant symbiosis with water; tectonic plates, fossil fuel pipes, and data cables.

team members for 2020 are:
Juan Duque, Hülya Ertas, Dimitra Kondylatou,
Nicolas Lakiotakis and Denis Maksimov.

According to applicable data protection legislation, we take outmost care of your personal data. Cookies are functional only. We store your data securely and will not sell it to third parties. There is always the opportunity to unsubscribe from our newsletter.