A new arts e-zine has been founded in Devon which aims to challenge the creative sector with a collective ragbag of comments, reviews and artwork.
Called Purge Zine, ‘it is a free, non-profit, unpretentious, proletarian, pocket-sized monthly, for people who are not easily spoon fed when it comes to the cultural industries!’
The first issue leads a piece on the ‘esoteric dullness’ of performance art, and also includes a condemnation of the Co-op’s baked goods and a review of the Museum of Everything, London.
The zine is calling for contributors for its monthly distributed pdf and its website.
To find out more, and to read the latest issue, pop along to the Purge site.
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