The third issue of FAD’s sister publication Art of Conversation is now available in the shops. Art of Conversation 3 is available in London, Paris, Milan, Rome, Berlin and Seoul plus Magazine Brighton in Brighton. A selected list of outlets available here.
Art of Conversation is a new space to document the creative thinking that arises when thinkers of significance come together. It’s the world’s leading creative thinkers talking together in one-on-one, unmediated conversation, defining the cultural landscape of tomorrow. Shared directly with people obsessed with ideas of significance. Art of Conversation is a large format broadsheet newspaper for large format thinking, issued to coincide with the biggest events in the art world calendar. Distributed at the world’s leading art fairs and, via foundations, directly to some of the biggest collectors of contemporary art in the world, plus online at artofconversation.art and at the world’s nicest newsagents, Art of Conversation 3 features 7 conversations between 13 incredible artists.
Artists in Art of Conversation 3 include: Gerward Rockenshaub, Carsten Nicolai, Jamie Reid, Hannah Perry, Ed Forlienes, Holly Hendry, Lucy Raven, Sean Rogg and Martin Sexton plus filmmaker Julien Temple, Professor Parik Goswami, Director of the Learning Technology Research Centre Carl H Smith and the American curator and the artistic director of the Dhaka Art Summit Diana Campbell Betancourt.
Previous issues have featured: Eric Wurm, Matt Berninger, Sarah Faux, Maxwell, Ryan Gander, Cory Arcangel, Peter Morgan and Neville Brody
Conversations in the new issue touch on such diverse subjects as the niche cinematic genre of infrastructure horror films, artificial skin, identity, fame, loneliness, the 1984 British miner’s strike, Stonehenge, and consciousness transformation.