I Remember These Places When They Used To Exist

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“I Remember These Places When They Used To Exist” is number two in a series of one shot zines created by Carolee Gilligan Wheeler and Jennie Hinchcliff of Pod Post. Similar in feeling to their prior zine “Kimagure No Dowa Hon”, this zine explores the relationships we have with our memories and the passage of time, and how we try and reconcile the two. By incorporating found images along with cut-and-paste text, “Remember These Places” reminds us that our personal histories are malleable things we are constantly recreating/rewriting for ourselves and anyone else who will listen.
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“I Remember These Places When They Used To Exist” is number two in a series of one shot zines created by Carolee Gilligan Wheeler and Jennie Hinchcliff of [http://www.zinewiki.com/podpodpost.com]. Similar in feeling to their prior zine “Kimagure No Dowa Hon”, this zine explores the relationships we have with our memories and the passage of time, and how we try and reconcile the two. By incorporating found images along with cut-and-paste text, “Remember These Places” reminds us that our personal histories are malleable things we are constantly recreating/rewriting for ourselves and anyone else who will listen.
36 pages, digest size
36 pages, digest size

Revision as of 05:51, 23 August 2006

“I Remember These Places When They Used To Exist” is number two in a series of one shot zines created by Carolee Gilligan Wheeler and Jennie Hinchcliff of [1]. Similar in feeling to their prior zine “Kimagure No Dowa Hon”, this zine explores the relationships we have with our memories and the passage of time, and how we try and reconcile the two. By incorporating found images along with cut-and-paste text, “Remember These Places” reminds us that our personal histories are malleable things we are constantly recreating/rewriting for ourselves and anyone else who will listen.

36 pages, digest size Edition of 50, created summer of 2006

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