The magazine is available to buy now, and coincides with the opening of Fact and 180 Studios’ new group show, LUX.

Fact is pleased to announce the Fall/Winter 2021 issue of its relaunched print magazine. The issue spans five covers featuring London’s CURL collective, French-Senegalese artist anaiis, director and photographer Gabriel Moses, experimental club producer object blue and a’strict’s multi-sensory installation Starry Night, currently on display at LUX: New Wave of Contemporary Art, a new immersive art exhibition co-curated by Fact at London’s 180 Studios.

The 200-page publication includes exclusive features with multi-hyphenate artist Es Devlin, as interviewed by Hans Ulrich Obrist, audiovisual duo Nonotak, dancer and choreographer Holly Blakey and electronic visionary Carsten Nicolai, as well as pieces on Romain Gavras, Italy’s Nextones Festival and Brazil’s new generation of underground musicians.

Fact’s Fall/Winter 2021 edition follows the recent relaunch of Fact magazine as a bi-annual print publication, celebrating a new wave of artists, performers and producers operating at the convergence of electronic music and audiovisual art. The issue also includes a special 32-page feature on LUX, featuring artists including Refik Anadol, Hito Steyerl, Cecilia Bengolea, Julianknxx and Universal Everything.

Featuring 13 large-scale installations, LUX brings together 12 of the world’s most celebrated new media artists and collectives working with the latest audio-visual technologies to expand the boundaries of interactive and immersive art and blur the lines between the physical and virtual worlds.

The magazine launches on October 15, 2021 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.

Stockists:

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: LUX: New Wave of Contemporary Art opens at 180 Studios in October 2021

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