FLUX Magazine will be hosting the backend of February in the Noiselab, with a fantastic lineup of the weird, the wonderful and the simply poptastic in the Market Street space from 17 February.
With featured artists including Peter Hook, Graham Massey and fine artist Doug Fishbone, alongside the editorial and fashion teams at FLUX, the insights on offer will be truly top of the tree. The residency will feature talks, products, workshops and interactive performances. The residency has been done in collaboration between Lee Taylor, Flux Editor with Mike Chavez-dawson, artist and Ex-Flux Visual Arts Editor all enabled by Noise. Tickets to events are free, and available at here on a href="http://noisleab.co.uk">www.NOISElab.co.uk.
Flux magazine was launched in 1997 as a Manchester based Arts magazine with an outlook, attitude and style that would see it grow into a commercial success story as well as a truly independent voice on the cutting edge arts scene. Despite very modest beginnings and a lack of publishing experience Flux had an immediate impact.
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