If you're keen to discover new talent or want to gain a fresh perspective on contemporary culture, then this is the perfect arts magazine for you.
It's packed full of engaging content, including regular insights into the work of up and coming contemporary artists, complete with compelling debate surrounding the future of the art scene. This magazine explores the worlds of music, film, theatre and literature, providing you with an insight into all of the most on-trend developments.
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Each artist featured in this issue draws upon a variety of influences to create something entirely original and interdisciplinary. Many of the practitioners are people that have backgrounds in other areas. For example, Barbara Kasten trained as a painter and textile artist before moving into sculpture, installation and photography. A major survey of her work opens at the ICA, Philadelphia. Douglas Coupland’s creative output is prolific; from writing to working as a designer, his latest show everywhere is anywhere is anything is everything opens in two venues in Canada. Fashion designer Dries Van Noten creates collections that are inspired by art and music; the current exhibition Inspirations articulates his creative universe.
We present work from Viviane Sassen, who creates interplay between the body and its environment. Robert Harding Pittman takes pictures of abandoned construction sites, scrutinising global systems. Matthias Heiderich captures geometric shapes and transforms architectural spaces. And, in film, we speak to Robert Connolly about The Turning, which is based on Tim Winton’s novel. This issue urges you to fuse together concepts from other disciplines and explore the possibilities of stepping outside of your routine.
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