Cardstock, transparent pink paper, beads, photographs
This piece is a 'zine' which was very common in the past as a way to make a belief or statement be heard. As a strong form of propaganda, the piece had to be made in bulk quantity and cheaply made for mass production. This specific 'zine' was exploring feminism through art and feminist activism as well as what it means to the female. The images are a mix of the background with personal sculptures of my own artwork as well as my own photography.
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Vanaria, Crystal, "Feminist 'Zine'" (2014). 2014 UCF Student Book Arts Competition Exhibit. Image 5.