**Event cancelled due to unforeseen circumstances**
A talk by Trevor Powers and Annie Sollinger, Papersafe
Trevor Powers discusses the process and logistics of creating, editing, and publishing Papersafe, a journal dedicated to analogue photography and relevant discourse. The biannual publication is printed in editions of less than 100 and distributed online and through various small art and book fairs. In particular, Powers will describe Papersafe’s goal to address (or at least comment on) the lack of diversity within the photography community, as well as the ways in which one can create an inclusive and intersectional publication and provide a platform for underrepresented voices and perspectives.
Trevor Powers is a visual artist living and working in Massachusetts. His work is realized through photographs, artists’ books, and curatorial and publishing projects. He currently serves as Editor and Creative Director for the photography journal Papersafe, which he co-founded in 2014.
Annie Sollinger is a librarian and artist living and working in Massachusetts. She earned her BA in Art History from New York University, her MSIS from the University of Texas at Austin, and is working on her MA in Art History, focusing on medieval art. Her visual art practice centres around photography, drawing, textiles, feminism, and ecology. She is Copy Editor and Photo Researcher for Papersafe.
Presented as part of the Vancouver Photo Book Fair.
Venue is not wheelchair accessible.