Derek Horton and Lisa Stansbie are pleased to announce the launch of Soanyway online magazine, available at http://www.soanyway.org.uk/
Contributors to the project so far are:
Steve Argüelles, Dale Devereux Barker, Erini Boukla, Richard Caldicott, Jimin Chun, Alan Dunn, Odette England, Karin Felbermayr, Derek Horton, GH Hovagimyan, Krissie Ireland, Joe Mawson, Joseph Nechvatal, Yelena Popova, Claire Potter, Keith W Roberts, Doug Sandle, Phil Sawdon, Silver-Mawson, Marina de Stacpoole, Alex Staiger, Lisa Stansbie, Lisa Torell, Tony Trehy, Paul Violi, Rob Voermann, Jim White
Soanyway is an international project centred on words, pictures and sound that tell stories. We interpret the idea of a ‘story’ very openly, in relation to fact and fiction, narration or implication, and structure or a lack of it. And we regard most history, theory and critique as stories about stories.
New additions to Soanyway online will be made regularly and we are hoping to publish the magazine in printed form in the near future.
Soanyway welcomes submissions in any form, medium and format. Material to be considered for inclusion and/or enquiries about possible submissions should be sent by email to: email@example.com
“There's a thousand sides to everything - not just heroes and villains. So anyway, ... so anyway, ... so anyway… “So anyway” ought to be one word. Like a place or a river… Soanyway River.”
(Zabriskie Point, 1970, Michelangelo Antonioni)
Derek Horton is an artist and writer and was the co-founder with Peter Lewis of /seconds - www.slashseconds.org
Lisa Stansbie is an artist - http://www.zeppelinbend.com/