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HOLO 1

Price
$35.00
Date
2014
Publisher
HOLO Magazine
Format
Periodicals
Size
22 × 29 × 1.5 cm
Length
226 
Description

HOLO – a magazine about emerging trajectories in art, science, and technology.

HOLO is dedicated to rich, detailed stories that demand time and attention. With HOLO we are committed to telling these stories – attentively and expertly – in a composed, spacious medium that does them justice.

Published twice per year, and weighing in at more than 200 pages, each issue of HOLO provides intimate views into fascinating studios, workshops, and institutions around the world, as seen through the eyes of stellar photographers and talented writers. The pace, depth, and sensibility of print allows us to invest heavily in each story, and draw on months of travel, research, and conversation to craft nuanced portraits that you won’t find anywhere else.

HOLO 1 gets up close and personal with leading artists and designers to deliver intimate profiles that reveal their practices, insight, and process. HOLO is dedicated to rich and detailed stories that demands time and attention.

Features: Philip Beesley (CA), DAM GALLERY (DE), Derivative (CA), Eno Henze (DE), Raquel Meyers (ES), David OReilly (IR), Chris O’Shea (UK), Semiconductor (UK), Jer Thorp (CA), Zimoun (CH)

Inquiry: ‘New Perspectives’ – a survey of emerging representational and perceptual paradigms

Contributors: Greg Borenstein, James Bridle, Golan Levin, Tim Maly, Paul Prudence, Dylan Schenker, Hendrik Stöteler, Kristin Trethewey, Daniel West, Mitchell Whitelaw, Will Wiles

Guest Artists: James Bridle, Ted Davis, N O R M A L S, Axel Pfänder, Ludwig Zeller

Photographers: Erika Jacobs, Benne Ochs, Rick Morris Pushinsky, Matthias H. Risse, Rolf Siegenthaler, Ken Tisuthiwongse

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