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WELCOME TO RED LETTER DISTRO (est. 2001) a punk rock mail-order catalogue-cum-‘occasional distro’ of curated zines, comics and artist publications from Aotearoa New Zealand founded by artist, designer and independent publisher Kerry Ann Lee. This first-ever web edition of the catalogue was launched for exhibition at Printed Matter’s Virtual Art Book Fair, and is open for orders and enquiries.

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Red Letter Distro presents: CALL & RESPONSE, a conversation featuring Giulia Vallicelli (Compulsive Archive, Milan), Helen Yeung (Migrant Zine Collective, Aotearoa) and Ysabelle Cheung (Hong Kong) with Kerry Ann Lee, as part of PMVABF’s The Classroom series. View the talk here.

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Don't miss the special launch of CALL & RESPONSE, a conversation featuring Giulia Vallicelli (Compulsive Archive, Milan), Helen Yeung (Migrant Zine Collective, Aotearoa) and Ysabelle Cheung (Hong Kong) with Kerry Ann Lee on Thursday February 25 (3:30–5pm EST) as part of PMVABF’s The Classroom series. Learn more about the program here.

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20th BIRTHDAY COMPETITION
THE UNAVAILABLE MEMORY OF GOLD COIN CAFE

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Kerry Ann Lee

Kerry Ann Lee's artist publication The Unavailable Memory of Gold Coin Café investigates the story of 296 Willis Street, the site of the Gold Coin Café: her parent's takeaway and former family home in the 1980s. Her parents followed the tradition of her ancestors in that upon immigrating to New Zealand in the 1940s they helped set up some of the early Chinese restaurants in Wellington. As the building is currently earthquake-stickered and earmarked for destruction, Lee’s installation references her memories and actualities of the space, featuring visual and sonic details to explore the tensions of making a home in the margins. The project is an alternative micro-history of Cantonese migrant legacy and urban settlement in flux in Wellington City over the past 40 years. 

27 pages
Published in 2015 by Enjoy Contemporary Art Space
www.enjoy.org.nz

Find more publications by Kerry Ann Lee via Red Letter Press here