page was last updated on 1/14/11.)
January 14, 2011
Last May, the D21 Gallery in Leipzig put on a large show and symposium
about art zines, and included "i left this here...". They just
created a book about the the events, called "Thanks for sharing."
You can see it here
for free; and you can get yourself a copy here.
May 3, 2010
Well, it's been a little while, but...
...On May 7, 2010, the
D21 Gallery in Leipzig will be presenting a great show on zines, called
for Sharing". There will be zines, zines and more zines--alongside
talks, workshops and other suchlike goodness. "i left this here..."
will be part of the show.
November 11, 2009
"i left this here..." will be part of the Something
New Festival in Chicago today. Throughout the day, Eli Skipp,
Elisha Marshall, Libby Taggart, Nick van der Kolk, and a number of anonymous
volunteers will be leaving copies of the magazine around Chicago. Thanks
for the help everybody! See the project's page
on the festival's website for more details.
October 17, 2009
We printed up our final issues of this magazine today--issue #40. Thanks
to everyone who's helped out in some way! And, of course, we're still
looking for folks to help distribute our magazines. Email Tim at firstname.lastname@example.org
if you're interested in helping. Thanks everyone!
"i left this here..." will be part of the Dumbo
Art Center's 13th annual Art Under the Bridge Festival. During
the festival, Amanda
B. Friedman will leave copies of the magazine in the Brooklyn
Bridge Park. Thanks Amanda!
August 27, 2009
"i left this here..." will be part of a group show documenting
interventionist projects in Dublin, at the National College of Art and
Design. The show is called "Space
is the place," and also features work by the Institute
for Applied Autonomy, and the Surveillance Camera Players, among others.
It's part of this year's ISEA
May 25, 2009
We're starting to close our doors here. We're no longer accepting
new material... (but, of course, if we've asked you to submit something,
or you're working on something we know about, we'll be glad to include
it in a future issue)
April 22, 2009
interviewed Tim about this project for CBC's Spark show. (CBC being Canada's
national public radio. Sheesh.) Here's
the show's blog post about the project, and here's
the episode itself.
April 5, 2009
printed the tv interview he did of founder Tim Devin in the Somerville
is the article.
April 3, 2009
Italian new media art magazine, has included Vito Campanelli's piece on
this project in Issue
32, which came out this week. Here
is the original web article by Campanelli.
March 10, 2009
had founder Tim Devin on his Somerville MA talk show, "Poet to Poet,
Writer to Writer." Here
is a partial transcript of the interview.
March 2, 2009
started a version of this project in Houston TX. Here
is her website.
February 10, 2009
wrote a really nice piece about our project for Neural.
January 9, 2009
was nice enough to include Issue #12 in the "Mailmania 3" show
he curated at Victoria, British Columbia's Vancouver Island School of
Art. The show opened today.
January 8, 2009
was nice enough to write a piece on this project in Vancouver's WestEnder.
is the article
December 16, 2008
Rob Gordijn has started
a Dutch version of this project. Here
is their website. (Note: this project shut down in March 2009.)
December 3, 2008
We now have a news page. I'm going to fill in some past details to make
it Look Official. Humor me.
December 2, 2008
About a half dozen of us in Boston are going to get together to assemble
issues 6, 7, 8, and 9.
November 25, 2008
The Darwin Community Arts Center in Australia has started their own version
of this project. Here
is their website
November 19, 2008
Issue 5 went out into the world. It was distributed in Boston, NY, LA,
San Francisco, Denver, Miami, and Richmond VA
November 18, 2008
Innovation were both nice enough to talk about us today.
November 10, 2008
We now have a facebook
group page, if you're interested in that sort of thing.
November 1, 2008
We decided to make this project public today. The first 4 issues were
done without announcing them.