Abridged Commentary (Part 0 – 29)
We really like this issue. With the covers we went for a primal/technological/industrial sexuality thing. We noticed it. We’re not sure anybody else did. We wish we didn’t put any text on the cover. You live and learn. Mind you, we think that most magazines we see shouldn’t have any text on the cover. If you ever visit the United Nations in New York (we’ve been there – a long story involving Japan, art, Singaporean air-hostesses and the Argentina desk) you’ll notice it has, or at least used to have, a very decaying 1970s feel. This issue reminds us of this. Or revisiting a treasured childhood seaside resort when you’re an adult and having you’re memories trashed.
Abridged 0 – 29 was funded by The Arts Council of Northern Ireland
Abridged is funded by The Arts Council of Northern Ireland and the Arts Council of Ireland
This Zone Archive Project is funded by The Arts Council of Ireland