Junk Jet is a collaborative format set up to discuss speculative works across spatial, image, text, and social practices. Coming as irregular series of medial events, and a low-fi paper publication (including weird special gifts) on a non-commercial scale it is edited by Asli Serbest and Mona Mahall and published by themselves. Junk Jet is interested in works and texts that tunnel those practices with obvious lack of any humor or fiction. It is about wild forms and found objects, about weird theories and (small) narratives, anti-fashions and non-styles, about exploring do-it-yourself works, accidental outcomes, deviant and normal aesthetic forms that result from jammed common practices, old media, and subverted customary tools. It is about cultivating an anti-heart by “introducing noise to signal”. Whereas n°1 experiments with the topic of failure, or better: noise, n°2 is especially into architectural and spatial works. The n°3 flux us! flux you! issue focuses on temporary types, on stable happenings and unstable thoughts: boogie buildings, rolling rocks, flying architectures, provisory pyramids, lifted cellars and dug in landmarks, curtains, mobiles, house boats, bubbles, zeppelins, flying saucers ... The n°4 deals with making something out of nothing and contains works that move from mumbo-jumbo to real magic and back. Issue n°5 is an archive impossible with reflecting net.heart of internet culture. It transfers internet things from their digital space into a paper jet. n°6 here and where issue is all about local forms and spaces faced with a global culture.