Fact launches new issue featuring Caterina Barbieri, Klein, Ivan Michael Blackstock and Malibu

Fact’s Spring/Summer ’22 issue features four covers and launches in tandem with our new exhibition, Future Shock. Championing the new wave of electronic artists bridging the physical and virtual worlds, the new issue of Fact’s print edition is available now featuring four cover stars: Caterina Barbieri, Klein, Ivan Michael Blackstock and Malibu, with photography by…
Fact launches new issue featuring Caterina Barbieri, Klein, Ivan Michael Blackstock and Malibu

Fact’s Spring/Summer ’22 issue features four covers and launches in tandem with our new exhibition, Future Shock.

Championing the new wave of electronic artists bridging the physical and virtual worlds, the new issue of Fact’s print edition is available now featuring four cover stars: Caterina Barbieri, Klein, Ivan Michael Blackstock and Malibu, with photography by Gabriel Moses, Jim C. Nedd, Furmaan Ahmed and Igor Pjörrt.

Fact’s third issue also features exclusive original contributions from artists including UVA, Weirdcore, Actual Objects and Tavares Strachan, as well as features exploring the work of Lyra Pramuk, Dominique Gonzalez-Foerster and visual collective Tundra.

The new issue is published in tandem with Future Shock, a new exhibition curated by Fact now open at London’s 180 Studios, 180 The Strand. The exhibition, which runs until 28 August 2022, features several artists featured in the new issue, with original commissions from Actual Objects, Caterina Barbieri and Weirdcore.

Future Shock, which features 14 leading international artists and collectives working at the cutting-edge of audio-visual technology, transforms 180 Studios’ subterranean spaces through mesmerising and pioneering digital technology – from generative and interactive algorithms, AI and 3-D digital mapping, to spellbinding laser work, holographic projections and ground-breaking electronic music.

Fact’s Spring/Summer ’22 issue is available now and will be distributed internationally by WhiteCirc. It can be bought direct from The Vinyl Factory’s online shop, from Boutique Mags or from selected stockists. It can also be purchased at Future Shock.

Tickets for Future Shock are available here.

Stockists:

180 The Strand, London

Artwords, Broadway, London 

Artwords, Riv St, London  

Barbican News, London   

Charlotte St News, London   

Good News, London  

Magazine Brighton, Brighton   

MagCulture, London   

Magma, Cov Garden, London   

Magnum News, London    

Phonica Records, London 

Rainbow News, London   

Rare Mags, Stockport   

Stack Mags, London  

Unearthed Sounds, Poole  

Unique Magazines, Newcastle  

Village, Leeds 

Actual Source, Provo   

Amen, Madrid  

Athenaeum, Amsterdam    

Basheer Graphic, Singapore  

Eslite, Taiwan    

Garage, Moscow

Podipisne, St Petersburg    

Gudberg Nerger,  Hamburg

LMDS, Shanghai   

More More Artbook, Shanghai   

Odd Kiosk, Barcelona  

Papercut, Stockholm  

Post Nothing, Bogota   

Print Matters, Zurich   

Readallion, Kyiv    

Reading Room, Milan  

Rosa Wolf, Berlin    

Sendpoints, China   

Skylight Books, LA    

Smoke Signals, San Francisco  

Top Hat & Tales, Faversham  

Tonic UK, London 

Journals, Sydney 

Mag Nation, Melbourne 

IMS Stadsfeestzaal, Antwerp 

IMS Kaasrui, Antwerp

IMS, Hasselt 

Megusta Utrecht, Netherlands

Magalleria, Bath                                       

Marsell Paradiso, Milan

Barnes Noble (Various) USA                   

Books a Million (Various) USA

Allscript, Singapore

Read next: Future Shock now open at 180 Studios with new immersive works by Caterina Barbieri, UVA, Weirdcore, Gaika, Romain Gavras, Ryoichi Kurokawa and more

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