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Read e-flux Journal, Triple Canopy, and 4Columns with BURNAWAY!

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A spread from the expanded print edition of Triple Canopy’s
The Binder and the Server.

WHEN: Monday, April 3, 6:30-8 pm
WHERE: The Goat Farm Arts Center, Suite 107
1200 Foster St NW, Atlanta, GA 30318

Memories & Inspiration: The Kerry and C. Betty Davis Collection of African American Art at the Hunter Museum through January 8th
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For the next meeting of BURNAWAY’s Art Magazine Reading Group, we’ll discuss a selection of articles from three digital magazines:  e-flux JournalTriple Canopy, and 4Columns.

e-flux began as a mailing list in 1998 as artists and curators started experimenting with promoting exhibitions using email. It later evolved to include an online exhibition platform and a monthly journal distributed both digitally and in print. Triple Canopy, founded nearly a decade later, draws inspiration from twentieth-century avant-garde magazines such as Aspen and Wyndham Lewis’s Blast while also pushing the formal boundaries of online publishing. In the 2012 essay “The Binder and the Server,” originally published in Art Journal, Triple Canopy’s senior editor Colby Chamberlain outlines some of the challenges and possibilities offered by publishing on the internet. 4Columns was launched less than a year ago as “a website of art criticism aimed at a general audience” and publishes four reviews weekly.

e-flux Journal
What if There’s No Next Big Thing? by Douglas Coupland
Plastiglomerate by Kirsty Robertson

Triple Canopy
The Binder and the Server by Colby Chamberlain
I Would Draw Her Likeness by Lucy Ives
Color Goes Electric by Clare Lehman

Re:Focus a photo exhibition on view at Swan Coach House in Atlanta through October 27
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4Columns
Review of Before Pictures by Nicholas Linnert
Review of Fast Forward: Painting from the 1980s by Noah Chasin
Review of Wangechi Mutu by Aruna D’Souza

As you read these articles, pay attention to how your digital reading experience compares to reading print magazines. How do unique features like Triple Canopy’s horizontal layout and multimedia presentations affect your relationship to what you’re reading?

Our meeting will take place on Monday, April 3 from 6:30 until 8pm at the Goat Farm Arts Center. We’ll meet in Suite 107, which is just up the hill from the Warhorse Café. Let us know you’ll be joining by filling out the form here, or RSVP on Facebook.

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