FACT Magazine – Issue 006 (Es Devlin)
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Over the last 20 years, Fact magazine has operated at the intersection between electronic music and cutting edge contemporary art. A part of The Vinyl Factory Group, Fact engages with a global audience of over 1million readers via its audio visual online channel, and is now relanching its much loved print magazine in a new format this year. Each issue will launch in tandem with a major exhibition at 180 The Strand, curated and presented by Fact.
In this issue:
* One of six limited edition die-cut covers, featuring Es Devlin, Devon Turnbull, BAMBII, Evian Christ, Ibby Njoya and UVA
* Includes 8pp silver-mirri paper fold-out artwork by Es Devlin
* Extensive interview between Benji B and Devon Turnbull
* Plus re-print of collectable 16pp Listening Room fanzine
* Newly commissioned 24-pp artwork by United Visual Artists
* In-depth interview and original shoot with trailblazing producer BAMBII
* Exclusive short story by Raving author McKenzie Wark
* Original 24pp artistic contribution by 180 Studios artist Ibby Njoya
* Features with electronic pioneers Evian Christ and 33EYMBW
* Wide-ranging interview with artist Tschabalala Self
* Art Direction by Zak Group
Published by 180 Studios, Fact and 180 collaboratively champion the new wave of art both throughout the pages of this magazine and with an ever-evolving program of immersive exhibitions at 180 Studios.
This Autumn/Winter, 180 and Fact are staging two spectacular new exhibitions – United Visual Artists’ largest show to date Synchronicity and Cosmos, an exhibition by Es Devlin for Gucci. Both artists contribute original artworks for this print issue, and both are as fundamentally inspired by sound as vision.
This issue of Fact shines a spotlight on artists who are creating remarkable experiences where art and music intersect: Devon Turnbull, whose serene Listening Room will find a permanent home at 180 Studios in 2023; BAMBII, the breakthrough DJ/producer inspired by her Jamaican roots shapes not only how we listen to music, but how we gather and dance; Ibby Njoya, a 180 Studios resident, whose mesmerising, hyper-colourful digital paintings were produced exclusively for this issue; McKenzie Wark, whose written homage to the transcendental power of club music is both deeply personal and universally powerful; and Evian Christ and 333EYMBW, who are pushing electronic art in new directions, evident in both their music and their creative collaborations for Fact 06.
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