Sizing up for the scanner walls, some thoughts on zines and instagram 01 April 2016

With just two weeks to go until Publishing Rooms opens here at the Gallery, Iain and Andrew Foxall have been busy working on tests for the scanner wall installations.

andrew foxall horizontal sizing up

Iain also shared some thoughts on Instagram and zine culture:
 “…I liked what Simon Armitage said when asked about whether he would be a poet if poetry was mainstream, and replied a quick ‘no’, because he got into poetry precisely because it was on the edges. So it’s interesting to think how a punk zine-founder would have used instagram.”

digital measuring up

You can see more from behind the scenes of Foxall studio by following them on Instagram, and using the #PublishingRooms on Instagram and Twitter.


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