A backdrop I created for DIY punk band The Tuts. In the 1990s the Riot Grrrl movement was shunned by the media, which ruined the group spirit women had created and led to its downfall. But now we see a rise and acceptance in the feminist Riot Grrrl subculture, especially within London. Even though technologies are advancing, there is still a market for physical objects – fanzines, cassettes, one-off screen prints – for real music fans, which is the core of this culture's aesthetic.
- Chris Ratcliffe
- University for the Creative Arts at Epsom
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