STEPZ II: Between the Rollerama and the Junk Yard
Here is the special exhibition edition of STEPZ II: Between the Rollerama and the Junkyard (2016). It has been specially created for the Loitering With Intent Exhibition which will be taking place at the People’s History Museum in Manchester from 23 July to 14 October. The zine has been edited and designed by Tina Richardson and Ally Standing.
STEPZ II is inspired by Northern Psychogeography and the work of the Mancunian Punk Poet John Cooper Clarke. It combines written pieces with visual elements and is produced on a Risograph machine, creating a unique and vibrant aesthetic. At the exhibition you will be able to view artwork relating to the zine and pick up your own limited edition hard copy of the zine itself.
You can read the editors’ letter here, find out more about the zine here and read some extracts here. If you are unable to pick up a hard copy of the zine at the exhibition, you can download one for free here.
We hope you enjoy it!
STEPZ II is an Urban Gerbil/Ally Standing Publication