(sɔːlt) zine

Nothing quite like a piece of photocopied paper containing words and images to entertain you for free. Especially when it contains a page of text written by LASZLO MOHOLY-NAGY.

''One may ask - is it possible to do anything artistic with the purely physical complementaries or do we have to continue with the subjectively interpreted daylight effects alone?''

“(SALT) is a magazine that me and Mario started at college, and a group of us have set up. It has artworks and articles and reviews, of exhibitions and films and books and anything really that people are interested in and want to share with everyone. And it will promote discussion between people and get everyone talking to each other! So thank you for joining, spread the word!” – Hannah Clayden 2010

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