|Luke Sinclair and Eloise Peace with the international and locally-produced zines on offer at Melbourne’s Sticky Institute|
A version of this interview was originally published in JAB 28 (the Journal of Artist Books) as part of a larger article. As in previous similar interviews on this blog questions I asked are represented by BG and the responses from Eloise are marked EP.
EP- The zine market already existed, but Sticky's increased presence in the zine community has meant increased exposure to people who would not otherwise stumble across zines. Sticky has by no means invented a market, but we have certainly contributed to a kind of localized expansion.