Torrent exhibits a polyphonic selection of source materials. The magazine follows an “in medias res approach, not too framed, with unabridged conversations.” Readers can browse through the carte blanche sections edited and designed in close collaboration with each artist. Torrent is not the place for finalized works, but a window opening onto the working desks of artists.
The second issue will be out in May and will include contributions by artists Florian Germann, Muhanned Cader, Enoch Cheung, amongst others, and a conversation with Robert Storr and more previously unpublished materials. Torrent will also be available digitally. Stay tuned for more, soon.