Rebel Fux!

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'''Rebel Fux''' was a [[zine]] by [[Kate Huh]], published in New York City, NY, U.S.A. from 1996 till 2001.
'''Rebel Fux''' was a [[zine]] by [[Kate Huh]], published in New York City, NY, U.S.A. from 1996 till 2001.
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''Rebel Fux'' is a tiny pocket size zine measuring 2 1/2 inches wide by 4 inches tall.  It was filled with a variety of images to which text is added, resulting in new and different meanings. Sometimes the text will comment on the image and sometimes not. Some of the images are familiar, such as a photo of actor James Dean, some are obscure, some are drawings, and some are collages. Issue two featured a young man and an older woman on the cover, with the caption "Charles Baudelaire and Madame Alexandra David-Neel met on the street..." Issue four was the pairing of "Mary Shelley and J. Robert Oppenheimer". On the cover of issue five "Antonin Artaud and Maya Deren" were "reclaiming the soul from the abyss". The cover of issue twenty-three announced "The Queers Are Revolting by Allen Ginsberg Sappho James Baldwin Monique Wittig", and issue twenty-five announced "Violence and Disruption in Society". Rebel Fux was free.  
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''Rebel Fux'' is a tiny pocket size zine measuring 2 1/2 inches wide by 4 inches tall.  It was filled with a variety of [[Cut and Paste|cut and pasted]] images to which text is added, resulting in new and different meanings. In the tradition of the Dadaists, and bricolage, sometimes the text will comment on the image and sometimes not. Some of the images were familiar, such as a photo of actor James Dean, and some are obscure, some are drawings and some are collages. Issue two featured a young man and an older woman on the cover, with the caption "Charles Baudelaire and Madame Alexandra David-Neel met on the street..." Issue four was the pairing of "Mary Shelley and J. Robert Oppenheimer". On the cover of issue five "Antonin Artaud and Maya Deren" were "reclaiming the soul from the abyss". The cover of issue twenty-three announced "The Queers Are Revolting by Allen Ginsberg Sappho James Baldwin Monique Wittig", and issue twenty-five announced "Violence and Disruption in Society". Rebel Fux was free.
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==External Link==
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*[http://www.qzap.org/v5/index.php?option=com_gallery2&Itemid=28&g2_itemId=714 Rebel Fux!] at [[QZAP]]
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Rebel Fux Issue Twenty-Three
Rebel Fux Issue Twenty-Three

Rebel Fux was a zine by Kate Huh, published in New York City, NY, U.S.A. from 1996 till 2001.

Rebel Fux is a tiny pocket size zine measuring 2 1/2 inches wide by 4 inches tall. It was filled with a variety of cut and pasted images to which text is added, resulting in new and different meanings. In the tradition of the Dadaists, and bricolage, sometimes the text will comment on the image and sometimes not. Some of the images were familiar, such as a photo of actor James Dean, and some are obscure, some are drawings and some are collages. Issue two featured a young man and an older woman on the cover, with the caption "Charles Baudelaire and Madame Alexandra David-Neel met on the street..." Issue four was the pairing of "Mary Shelley and J. Robert Oppenheimer". On the cover of issue five "Antonin Artaud and Maya Deren" were "reclaiming the soul from the abyss". The cover of issue twenty-three announced "The Queers Are Revolting by Allen Ginsberg Sappho James Baldwin Monique Wittig", and issue twenty-five announced "Violence and Disruption in Society". Rebel Fux was free.

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