Red Door Magazine 30 – TAKEOVER: retro (presale)

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RED DOOR MAGAZINE # 30, the TAKEOVER issue, is now online!
co-directed by Harrison Owen, the theme of this issue is RETRO and was done as a series of interviews and podcast episodes of Red Transmissions Podcast to Psychic Ills‘ Elizabeth Hart, Studded Left‘s Tex Kerschen, Excepter‘s Lala & John Fell Ryan, Martin Thulin, Chloe Lum & Yannick Desranleau, all orchestrated by Harrison, who has traveled, documented and witnessed the careers of these artists through his camera.
 
Additionally, we welcome Pablo Saborío as poetry editor of Red Door, and Martin Andersen returns with another issue of his illustrated mid-fold interpretations of a selected poem. This time, Numan by Robert Detman.
 
The poetry selection is formed by Alison Jennings, Douglas Colston and Marco Patitucci.
 
The featured artist of this issue is the wonderful NIKTALOPE Christina Arancibia Becht.
 
This issue also features an interview with theater director and writer Marc von Henning, and last but not least, coverage of the recent experimental music festival Intonal.
 
See it all at www.reddoormagazine.com

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RED DOOR MAGAZINE # 30, the TAKEOVER issue, is now online!
co-directed by Harrison Owen, the theme of this issue is RETRO and was done as a series of interviews and podcast episodes of Red Transmissions Podcast to Psychic Ills‘ Elizabeth Hart, Studded Left‘s Tex Kerschen, Excepter‘s Lala & John Fell Ryan, Martin Thulin, Chloe Lum & Yannick Desranleau, all orchestrated by Harrison, who has traveled, documented and witnessed the careers of these artists through his camera.
 
Additionally, we welcome Pablo Saborío as poetry editor of Red Door, and Martin Andersen returns with another issue of his illustrated mid-fold interpretations of a selected poem. This time, Numan by Robert Detman.
 
The poetry selection is formed by Alison Jennings, Douglas Colston and Marco Patitucci.
 
The featured artist of this issue is the wonderful NIKTALOPE Christina Arancibia Becht.
 
This issue also features an interview with theater director and writer Marc von Henning, and last but not least, coverage of the recent experimental music festival Intonal.