Kate Huh

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'''Kate Huh''' is a artist, [[activist]], filmmaker and [[zinester]] based in New York City, NY, U.S.A.
'''Kate Huh''' is a artist, [[activist]], filmmaker and [[zinester]] based in New York City, NY, U.S.A.
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From 1996 till 2001, Kate Huh released the zine [[Rebel Fux!]], More than twenty-five issues of this pocket size, 2 1/2 by 4 inch publication were released. In its pages, images and text were juxtaposed to create new meanings in the tradition of bricolage, the Dadaists and collage. The zine was free.  
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From 1996 till 2001, Kate Huh released the zine [[Rebel Fux!]], More than twenty-five issues of this pocket size, 2 1/2 by 4 inch publication were released. In its pages, images and text were juxtaposed to create new meanings, using the tradition of bricolage, the Dadaists and collage. The zine was free.  
In 2000, Kate Huh created a film version of her zine called ''Rebel Fux! The Movie''. it was a three minute animated film that utilized the same cut up images and text as her zine. She has made three other films since that time.  
In 2000, Kate Huh created a film version of her zine called ''Rebel Fux! The Movie''. it was a three minute animated film that utilized the same cut up images and text as her zine. She has made three other films since that time.  

Revision as of 06:50, 30 June 2009

Kate Huh is a artist, activist, filmmaker and zinester based in New York City, NY, U.S.A.

From 1996 till 2001, Kate Huh released the zine Rebel Fux!, More than twenty-five issues of this pocket size, 2 1/2 by 4 inch publication were released. In its pages, images and text were juxtaposed to create new meanings, using the tradition of bricolage, the Dadaists and collage. The zine was free.

In 2000, Kate Huh created a film version of her zine called Rebel Fux! The Movie. it was a three minute animated film that utilized the same cut up images and text as her zine. She has made three other films since that time.

Kate Huh has also contributed to the journal LTTR.

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Contributions

Films

  • Rebel Fux! The Movie (2000)
  • Market This (2001)
  • Punk Ass Kid (2003)
  • War Dreams (2007)
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