is a space for loving responses to zines and art/books. the ee! is a critical space for collaborative thinking. a loose space for baking ideas. a space for honoring work we love. the ee! sees because seeing is a delight. it moves because moving is like dancing.
we believe critical work can be just as varied as the work itself!
we believe zines and art/books can take the form of sculpture, painting, clothing!
we believe in critique which centers experiential knowledge and intuition!
we believe honesty can be revealed suddenly or with time!
we believe there is a power in not knowing!
we believe children’s voices count!
we believe in your perspective and we want your spirit here!
we are certain you belong here in all of your messiness!
the ee! partners with fathom, a pop-up art library based in philadelphia, pa. we invite everyone to virtually engage with the library’s collection via the ee!
marci green (she/they)
is a socially engaged artist based in Providence, RI. She works primarily in photography, writing, and interactive art installations. She is the founder of an independent art library and community space called fathom library. She earned her bachelor’s degrees in Creative Writing and Sculpture from Binghamton University in 2014, a Post Bac Certificate in Photography from MassArt in 2016, and her MFA in Image and Text from Ithaca College in 2018.
jason lipeles (he/him)
is a writer, curator, and video artist. His first book, Letters to M., a finalist for the Chautauqua Janus Prize, was published by Pilot Press in 2021. He is an alumnus of the Image + Text MFA; Asylum Arts’ Reciprocity Artist Retreat; and the Institute for Jewish Creativity. His work has been featured in Black Warrior Review and Yalobusha Review.
Chantal Jung (she/they)
is a Nunatsiavummiuk and self-taught collage artist, writer, filmmaker, and zine creator originally from Happy-Valley Goose-Bay, NL, Canada (Nunatsiavut). She currently resides as a guest on unceded Muwekma Ohlone territory (San Jose, CA). Chantal has produced animated work for the musician Black Belt Eagle Scout, and her writing and artwork has been featured in Inuit Art Quarterly and on the Inuit Art Foundation's website. She is currently part of the Bartow Project and is a member of an Indigenous-led collective called Indigenous Honeys.
is a Diné writer and artist who grew up in Durango, Colorado / Four corners. In her illustration work, she highlights the experiences of Native women, incorporating themes of spirituality and Indigenous futures. Recently she has been making and collaborating on zine projects. She is currently a doctoral student in Ethnic Studies at the University of California, Berkeley. You can follow her work on IG: @sierrabeading.