SEVERAL FOXES ENFOLDED

 

Gracia Haby & Louise Jennison
Several foxes enfolded
May, 2010
Digital print zine
Edition of 100

 
 

A 21cm X 21cm, colour folding zine in which we take our fox confidantes upon imagined journey. We have given them props from the history of art and the companionship of the Ballets Russes. Listen quietly and you can hear them speaking in tongues.

This folded zine features the collaborative collages Seated atop Kandinsky’s chair, the unexpected could be sighted with ease and The Spanish mirror had a habit of distorting one’s reflection for the betterment of all. Both collages were created especially for Uppercase magazine, issue five (spring 2010).

The foxes featured in this zine are a Central European Red fox (Vulpes vulpes crucigera) and a Gray fox (Urocyon cinereoargenteus). (Fabergé rabbits also make appearance.)

One of four new zines released at the Emerging Writers' Festival's Page Parlour annual event held in the Atrium at Federation Square.

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