How to Zine
How to Zine is a video compilation created by Moniker Press with community contributions as a resource for inspiration and process, encapsulating the multitude of practices that can be utilized to create a zine.
The layered video clips cycle through six categories in the process of creation; inspiration, making, editing, printing, finishing and distributing.
Participants: Bethlehem Mariam, Childish Books, Cole Pauls, Doan Truong, Don’t Try Anything New, EA Douglas, Eileen Ramos, Eva Dominelli, Hayley Burns, Hue Nguyễn, Julia Schimautz, Kevin M Rowe, Kimberly Edgar, Kirsten Hatfield, Lion’s Tooth, madeline, Marlene Yuen, Melissa Soleski, Rachel Smith, Sean Christensen, semillites hernández velasco, sophia bartholomew, Hannah Doerksen, Zack Clark.
Additional location shots: Center A, Lion’s Tooth and Massy Books.
Moniker Press is a risograph print and publishing studio in Vancouver, BC, that works collaboratively with artists and writers to produce small editions of books, zines and print ephemera. Since beginning in 2014, Moniker Press has evolved from a small project of artist Erica Wilk, to her main practice—that she uses as a platform for collaboration and experimentation. Wilk is originally from amiskwaciy-wâskahikan, Treaty 6 territory (Edmonton, Alberta), and studied Fine Art at Grant MacEwan University. She then moved to Vancouver to study Contemporary Art in India with Simon Fraser University’s Field Study program and to complete her BFA at Emily Carr University.