Winter 2013 Zine EDITING & PRODUCTION Sessions (January 10-22, 2013) The Zine is comprised of a series of nine color-coded booklets that each refer to a condition explored during the INFRACAMPUS project. The Zine was created in four evening sessions, each of a three-hour duration, by teams of participants who discussed, assembled and edited the contents of research material produced during the Fall 2011 workshops, Winter 2012 meetings and Spring 2012 studio.
Developed and coordinated by Jean Maxime Dufresne and Jean-François Prost
OVERUSED Carolyn Ayer, Nathan Saliwonchyk
CONVERTED Corinne Chapman, Meaghan Boddy
MISUSED OR UNDERUSED Andrew Alford, Katherine MacGregor
CREATIVE APPROPRIATIONS Michael Edwards, Danica Evering, Daniel Waters
STUDENT-RUN Daniel Waters, Michael Edwards, Danica Evering
HARDLY VISIBLE OR ACCESSIBLE Danica Evering, Daniel Waters, Nathan Saliwonchyk
UNSETTLING OR AMBIGUOUS Nathan Saliwonchyk, Katherine MacGregor, Danica Evering,
DIVERSITY Stacey Aspinall, Michael Edwards, Danica Evering, Gryphon Loubier,
NARRATIVES AND RITUALS Stephanie Manica, Elisabeth Nowatschin,
Nathan Saliwonchyk, Daniel Waters, Daniel Willison
» A zine is most commonly a small circulation self-published work of original and/or appropriated texts and images usually reproduced via photocopier. It is a noncommercial, often homemade or online publication usually devoted to specialized and often unconventional subject matter. Zines are written in a variety of formats, from computer-printed text to comics to handwritten text. Small circulation zines are often not explicitly copyrighted and there is a strong belief among many zine creators that the material within should be freely distributed.
Article by Stacey Aspinall in The Ontarion :