INK CAP PRESS

A BESTIARY OF CONTEMPORARY POLITICAL WRITING

by Danyel Ferrari

Published in 2018
Risograph, 52 pages. Four colors.
6.5 x 4.5 inches
Edition of 50

HOSPITAL SPACE

by artist Sharon Madanes

speaks about the aesthetic of hospitals. Her book document a walk she takes through a hospital in Washington Heights. Through here walk she notes paintings, color choices, textures, and lighting. Her zine includes thought from theorists and reviews from Yelp of the hospital. Sharon speaks of the dissonance between the work performed in hospitals on the body and the approach to hospital design.

Published in 2018
Risograph, 26 pages. Three colors.
6.5 x 4.5 inches
Edition of 50

COMMUNITY GARDENS

by Babbie Dunnington

records the layouts of a dozen community gardens in NYC. Some of the gardens are more than 30 years old. Though community gardens are widely considered to be informal vernacular spaces created by amateurs, her plan drawings show the gardens from an architectural plan view, illustrating the thought and labor that volunteer gardeners dedicate to create places for their neighborhoods. Her zine captures the layout of gardens in 2016, however gardens adapt and change much more frequently than Parks and other public spaces in the city. The address of each garden is listed with the drawing so that readers can visit if they so choose.
Published in 2018
Risograph, 44 pages. Three colors.
6.5 x 4.5 inches
Edition of 50

SEEING THE FOREST FOR THE TREES

by Kiran Chandra

Published in 2018
Risograph, 12 pages. Two colors.
6.5 x 4.5 inches
Edition of 50

POEMS

by Abby Rojas

is a collection of poems from the perspective of a first-generation immigrant raised in Harlem whose family is indigenous Mexican. Her poems describe her experience moving through relationships and through the city. Her Poem 3rd Avenue talks about Gowanus as a lost cultural landmark, detailing the connotations it had to punk culture and her childhood.
Published in 2018
Risograph, 20 pages. Four colors.
6.5 x 4.5 inches
Edition of 50

CLAY IMPRINTS OF TREES FROM EXIT 8A

by Essye Klempner

speaks about infrastructure for commodity cargo ships along New Jersey and the Staten Island North Shore. Accompanying the work are images of Essye’s ceramic imprints of trees before they were cut down for development. Her zine serves as a record of life lost in our region due to development of growing scale.
Published in 2018
Risograph, 10 pages. Two color.
6.5 x 4.5 inches
Edition of 50