Published by the Caxton Club of Chicago in conjunction with an exhibition organized by the Caxton Club and held from November 29, 1999, to January 10, 2000 at the Ryerson and Burnham Libraries at the Art Institute of Chicago.
Zine, After Adelita: Myths, Heroes, and Revolutionaries
"After Adelita" includes works that express ideas about myths, heroes, and revolutionaries by women artists who work in diverse media, such as video, painting, photography, and printmaking. The collection is inspired by Adelita, a folkloric proto-feminist figure in Mexican history.
It took two years for this zine finally to hit print. Sema and Agatha began writing and drawing in 2012 after a close friend of their died in a car crash. After graduating high school, they backed away from the work, but ultimately were brought back together after another friend was incarcerated. The work includes a variety of prose, photography, and drawing. It is an ode to people, spoken through memories of their deceased friend and other lost acquaintances.
And now we take our leave: an introduction / Temporary Services -- Binder archives -- Bookmobiles -- Mobilivre-bookmobile: Courtney Dailey interviewed by Temporary Services -- Mobile phenomena -- Bar bike: Christian Ettinger interviewed by Eric Steen -- Mobile protest -- Mobility resources.