Legendary producer, bassist and artistic polymath Youth is amongst South London Arts Lab
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Simply because the seasonal blues are setting in, a gaggle of artistic visionaries together withYouth have co-founded and introduced the launch of MÜ Journal. The journal is ready to be a tonic for our instances, with a synthesis of interviews with established artists and mavericks together with cowl star Jarvis Cocker, alongside Alan Moore, Audrey Grant, Helaine Blumenfeld, Penny Rimbaud, in addition to new rising artists like Large Joanie, Stephen Cities and Daybreak Okoro coupled with inspirational slabs of restorative counter-culture theatre, artwork, poetry and music.
A quarterly print publication which has already offered out its first print run, MÜ has risen from the magical cauldron of South London Arts Lab, a salon for numerous creatives, and turns the highlight on distinctive people with the aim of recapturing the which means and goal of life and provoking artistic individualism. The South London Arts Lab emblem is designed by Jimmy Cauty (KLF), whose irreverence is a thread that additionally runs by way of MÜ Journal.
“MÜ is fearless, irreverent and nonconformist, a necessity in these instances. It should spotlight the brand new era of visionaries. You will discover in MÜ something from philosophical and existential questions on life, by way of to self-sufficiency, music, artwork, meals. So activate, tune in, and be ready to be transported….” MÜ Journal
Co-founder, Youth added “The standard of writing, the mixture of artwork, music, poetry and literature is mind-blowing and I can’t consider one other journal that’s ever performed something like this earlier than, it’s exceptionally distinctive and revolutionary. Fashionable tradition is suffocating the range of our artistic communities. Our id and artistic individualism are straining below the load of anonymity. The theme working by way of the primary subject is to find the mavericks who need to be part of us on this epic journey.”
MÜ journal’s core co-founders are Lisa Azarmi founding father of Ravenous Butterflies, Maryann Morris, in home photographer and Limor Tevet, editor in chief. They got here collectively by way of related
values, goal and an “eyes open, thoughts open” perspective – the widespread thread that certain and motivated them to pursue this audacious quest, was to attach with a rising like-minded, free-thinking, artistic group. The consequence? A brand new journal with rambunctious format.