Audio Arts

Audio Arts was a cassette based magazine, which sought to document contemporary artistic activity by recording artists’ voices, established by William Furlong and Barry Barker in 1973. The magazine was in continuous publication for thirty-five years, producing twenty-five volumes of four issues each, and a large number of supplements, featuring exclusive contributions from more than nine hundred individual artists including Joseph Beuys, Ian Breakwell, Tracey Emin and Andy Warhol.

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