Tue, Feb 06 | London College of Communication

THE GAZE - A short exhibition about feminist zines

This short exhibition brings together a feminist collection of Latin American zines with the aim of diversifying the way of understanding the movement, its research and perspectives, its social impact, its expression and group discussion when addressing its problems in DIY Culture.
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Time & Location

Feb 06, 2018, 3:00 PM
London College of Communication, Elephant & Castle, London SE1 6SB, UK

About The Event

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THE GAZE: A short exhibition about feminist zines

SU Gallery, February 6-16, 2018

London College of Communication,

Elephant & Castle, SE1 6SB

One of the things that drew us to feminism was the increasing power and international networks of collaboration in recent years. Our intention is to make visible some ways of engaging with the topic. The gaze is the act of seeing and being seen.

This short exhibition brings together a Feminist Zine Collection with the aim of diversifying the way of understanding the movement, its research and perspectives, its social impact, its expression and group discussion when addressing its problems in the D.I.Y. culture. Also, this event showcases the recent artwork of Teeson Shen, Lyu Wen, Chui Yin Wong, Rafael MC and Kristopher Karpowicz.

In 2017, Editorial Facsimile had an open call and received 3 copies of 35 publishing projects for the Latin American Feminist Zine Collection, which will be donated to LCC Library, Horst Hartung Franz Library and EF Library for research and teaching purposes after the exhibition.

We hope this collection can increase over the years.

Join us during ten days for:

Zine making + Performance + Workshops + Panel Discussion + Community impact

PROGRAM:

Exhibition is open to public previous booking for external visitors from Tuesday 9 February, 3 pm to Friday 16 February, 3 pm

Oprah and Emmilene - A rhetorical analysis - Study Group Room, Learning Zone, LCC

Wednesday 7 February, 10.30 am - 1 pm

Description: A workshop by Adam Ramejkis exploring the power of language. Open to only 10 enrolled UAL students

Tell us about it - Special Collections Room, LCC

Wednesday 7 February, 2-4 pm

Description: Workshop about engaging with special collections.

Open to only 6 enrolled UAL students

First Day: Panel Discussion - Lecture Theatre C, LCC

Wednesday 7 February, 6-8 pm

Mia Maxwell - FEMZINE

LU Williams - GRRRL Zine Fair

Jelly Luise - Feminist Internet

Rafael MC - Editorial Facsimile

Second Day: Panel Discussion - Lecture Theatre C, LCC

Thursday 8 February, 6-8 pm

Julie Wright - Shades of Noir

Slim - Dentata Zine

Illary & Milagros - London Latinxs

Anya - Dream Nails

Feminist Zine Making - Room: EC_WG28D, LCC

Friday 9 February, 3-7 pm

Description: We will study what it is a zine and how to produce one. Then we will learn from different feminist zines examples about what to express in a publication, the composition possibilities and target. Finally we will produce a feminist zine together. Please bring a notebook, some desused images or magazines and scissors. Open to only 10 enrolled UAL students

Private view - SU Gallery, LCC

Friday 9 February, 7-9.30 pm

Some free refreshments will be provided at Darkroom Bar sponsored by Arts SU

Performance: Anger Water - SU Gallery, LCC

Friday 9 February, 7.30-8 pm

Synopsis: Men can be feminists too and should not be treated differently than female feminists. Men can be hurt from the patriarchal world too. But today lets dialogue about women, forgot our gender if possible, it is all about equality, grab a customised drink with a potential question.

Performer: Rafael MC

Performance: Shaking hands - SU Gallery, LCC

Friday 9 February, 8-9.30 pm

Synopsis: The artist is behind the white canvas for 1 and a half hours, shaking hands with visitors through holes, as she does this her camera records the whole process, once finished, she hangs the canvas on the wall and uses a projector to show the whole process.

Performer: Lyu Wen

Feminist Zine Making - Room: EC_D110A, LCC

Monday 12 February, 3-7 pm

Description: We will study what it is a zine and how to produce one. Then we will learn from different feminist zines examples about what to express in a publication, the composition possibilities and target. Finally we will produce a feminist zine together. Please bring a notebook, some desused images or magazines and scissors. Open to only 10 enrolled UAL students

All events are free but some may require booking

Find out more at https://www.editorialfacsimile.com/events

Eventbrite: https://goo.gl/wXNxh6

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