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    Cooperativa Cráter Invertido (est. 2012, Mexico City) developed out of a warehouse where affinity groups and existing collectives— GrupoDe, Siempreotravez, Biciperras—decided to join forces and share a space for creating organizational threads. In the spring of 2013, they developed a space and time dedicated to self-publishing and collective study – an “Editorial Movement” at Casa del Lago – and developed a small press named Cráneo Invertido with the assistance of the Arts Collaboratory network. Cooperativa Cráter Invertido describes itself as “continuity; together or separately… a real imaginary process.” Cráter Invertido currently consists of Yollotl Alvarado, Juan Caloca, Sari Dennise, among others. Former members include, among others, Maik Dally and Nicolas Wills. Their work has recently been shown at group exhibitions such as the 56th Biennale di Venezia (2015) and the Jakarta Biennale (2015).