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︎ 152 pgs
︎ 28.5 × 22 cm
︎ Hardcover
︎ 2019 

Blurb ︎
This issue of SWIM is an exploration into how and why artists change mediums. From photographs by painters to paintings by musicians, it showcases work that signifies a shift in an artist’s practice. It also ventures deeper into the subject of the medium, investigating topics such as how mediums change over time, how one can be used to imitate and create another, and how the medium affects the message.

With many artists identifying as multi-media artists, and with an abundance of old and new methods and tools at their disposal, what sort of relationships are forged between their various disciplines? How does the way they paint affect the way they take a photograph? Does there exist a hierarchy within their practice? These are the sorts of questions this issue addresses.

Contributors: Amy Bessone, Andrew Hunt, Apolonia Sokol, Carmen Winant, Charlie Ratcliffe, Christian Newell, Devendra Banhart, Devin Troy Strother, Fraser Muggeridge, Ian T Miller, Izabela Anna Moren, Jannis Varelas, Joao Gabriel, John Lurie, Joy Miessi, Juliana Futter, Juliet Perry, Krystof Witold, Marvin Leuvrey, Mattea Perrotta, Matthew Raw, Richard Ayodeji, Richard Woods, Taylor Silk, Thierry Noir, Tinka Bechert, Yuko Obe, Yushi Li232 pgs, 24 × 16.5 cm, Softcover, 2019,


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