2002–2006

Gracia Haby & Louise Jennison, Cutting the Collection, 2016, zine

Earlier zine titles and their particulars

 

Gracia Haby & Louise Jennison, with Gaby Bila-Günther
Is there kunst in the house  — How to get by on €4 a day
September, 2002
Digital print zine
Edition of 100

14cm X 14 cm, 16 B&W page zine, featuring sausage and sauerkraut, and peach palinka infused poems by Gaby Bila-Günther (Berlin, Germany), travel log by Gracia Haby, and maps by Louise Jennison.

 

Gracia Haby & Louise Jennison, with Shannon Bracken & Martin Checklin
Everything Between Home and Work
October, 2002
Digital print zine
Edition of 50

A 7.5cm X 10.5cm, 16 page, colour photocopy, saddle-stitch zine made in collaboration with Shannon Bracken and Martin Checklin (Tokyo, Japan). Tied together with string and fastened with a small swing tag.

 

Gracia Haby & Louise Jennison with Barbara Wolters
Looking out the window
September, 2003
Digital print zine
Edition of 80

A 4cm X 7cm, 20 page B&W zine made in collaboration with Barbara Wolters (Berlin, Germany). Double sided, this 10-fold concertina features our collages alongside the photographic portraits by Barbara of Global Fusion (2002) participants. Each edition of the zine is wrapped in a single fluorescent green, yellow, orange, or pink star fastened with a coloured rubberband.

Other projects with Barbara Wolters have included the zine, Have wheels, will go.

 

Gracia Haby & Louise Jennison with Elaine Haby
Where does the muskrat keep his musk?
September, 2003
Edition of 100
CD editions: 1 through 20
Musk stick editions: 21 through 100 (best when fresh)

A B&W zine made up of 30 hand-cut (gloriously irregular) circular pages. The CD edition featured two recordings of Muskrat Ramble. The first, Kid Ory and Jimmie Noone (recorded 29th March, 1944), and the second, Alvin Alcorn (recorded 1975) for listening glee thanks to the collections and workings of Peter 'NO Hawk' Haby and John 'Shorty' Pye.

Several drawings from this zine featured as part of My beautiful laundrette, a collage-based installation held at the Eco-express waschsalon in Berlin, Germany, late 2003.

Other projects with Elaine Haby have included the blog, A Skulk of Foxes and a Husk of Hares.

 

Louise Jennison
HOW TO... (make a concertina, fold out book & a wrap around book)
May, 2005
Digital print zine
Edition of 50

A 10cm X 9cm, 30 page B&W zine with a glued spine and yellow cover.

 

Louise Jennison
HOW TO... (plan for commercial printing and understand printing terminology & color concepts)
August, 2005
Digital print zine
Edition of 60

A 10cm X 9cm, 30 page B&W zine with a glued spine and blue cover.

 

Louise Jennison
with Gracia Haby
HOW TO... (spot a phoney fossil)
March, 2006
Digital print zine
Edition of 100
A 10cm X 9cm, 36 page zine (6 colour pages and 30 B&W) with a glued spine and pale green cover.

 

Louise Jennison
HOW TO... (be a little more green)
March, 2007
Edition of 60 March

A 10cm X 9cm, 24 page B&W zine with a glued spine and bright green cover. Printed on recycled paper (excluding cover).

 

Louise Jennison
11.5 Fossils
February, 2006
Digital print zine
Edition of 60

A 10cm X 10.5cm, A3 page colour photocopy zine, with yellow plastic tie, it features as many fossils drawn and watercoloured by Louise as the title suggests.

 

Gracia Haby & Louise Jennison, with Gaby Bila-Günther
Geschlecht und Schoklade
March, 2006
Digital print zine
Edition of 100

A 10.5cm X 15cm, 16 page B&W photocopied zine, on lemon yellow paper, made in collaboration with Gaby Bila-Günther (Berlin, Germany). This is the second zine we have made as a trio, following on from Is there any kunst in the house — how to get by on €4 a day (2006).

 

Gracia Haby & Louise Jennison with Elaine Haby
Footy Essentials
September, 2006
Digital print zine
Edition of 60

A 6.5cm X 8.5cm, 37 individual page photocopied zine (9 colour, and 28 B&W images), with a pale blue cover and wrapped in a plastic sleeve. This zine as series of small playing cards was made in collaboration with Elaine Haby.