[Image: pinkcommagallery, South Boston]
Many of you probably heard news of the A Few Zines: Dispatches from the Edge of Architectural Production exhibit at Studio X in Soho [if not, info can be found here] – which showcased the architecture ‘zine’ culture of the 90’s, and similar contemporary publications. The exhibit was launched during a party and panel discussion organized by curator / loud paper writer Mimi Zeiger, featuring an impressive list of participants:
Luke Bulman, Thumb
Felix Burrichter, Pin-Up
Stephen Duncombe, NYU professor and author of Dream and Notes from Underground: Zines and the Politics of Alternative Culture
Mark Shepard, Situated Technologies
Andrew Wagner, Dodge City Journal and currently, American Craft
Mimi Zeiger, loud paperModerated by Kazys Varnelis, AUDC
Well, now the exhibit is moving to the Bean – to none other than pinkcommagallery [our ninjas]. Similar to the original show, the new exhibit will debut with a party and panel discussion – featuring none other than yours truly as a panel member. Now entitled Grafting: Publishing and Practice, the panel will discuss architecture and publishing in our current economy, the role of publications in practice, as well the role of various medias and the future architecture publications.
Here’s the lineup:
Moderated by Mimi Zeiger, loud paper
The opening is on March 6th, at 6 PM [with the panel discussion starting at 7, and the party following at 8]. So come on thru if you’re in / around the Bean, and enjoy the opening of a sick new exhibit.
Posted: February 23rd, 2009
at 2:53pm by orangemenace
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