May 25, 2024 | 10 a.m. – 4 p.m. | Register here

A zine is a self-published, often low-cost and lo-fi, non-commercial publication that is easy to distribute in local circles. The theorist Michael Warner argues that publications are the site where publics are formed. This workshop engages publication as an artistic practice in an effort to connect through cultural commons, or the shared interdisciplinary knowledge acquired by varied communities.

During the workshop, we will use visual source material that participants bring along.

About the Artist:

Atıf Akın (he/him)is an artist from Turkey living in New York. His work focuses on technoscientific criticism in the context of contemporary art, science, and politics. Integrating technology as both subject and means of expression, Akın explores issues that are considered sensitive in public, unlocking them from the rigid categories in which they reside.

Price: $20

Examples of Source Materials to Bring:

  • photos
  • magazines
  • record covers
  • any kind of printed matter!

Level of Experience: Beginner, all skill levels welcome!

 

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Published On: March 19th, 2024 / Categories: Pine Meadow Ranch, Pine Meadow Ranch Events /