Month: October 2015

10/29 Panel at Moore College of Art & Design

I’m pleased to join a panel of artists, thinkers, and makers to talk about self-publishing as part of Moore College of Art & Design (located at 20th Street and the Parkway in Philadelphia) on 10/29 from 6-8 PM.


The event is called “Strange Currencies: Artist-Driven Publications,” and is held in conjunction with the “Strange Currencies” show currently on display in the Moore Galleries. According to Moore,

Strange Circulations: Artist-Driven Publications explores the proliferation of (e)Zines, artists’ books, artist-run presses, underground comix, and other small-circulation, self-published works from the 1990s to the present.  Inspired by Mexico’s rich history of underground artists’ publications, this discussion will examine how these works continue to influence contemporary media and graphic design and provide important vehicles for information activism, alternative economies and first-person narrative accounts.

Admission is free and open to the public, but you can also register here.