Obscure writings and poetry
Self-initiated project aiming to shed light on late Joy Division’s singer Ian Curtis and his less publicised/obscure writings and poetry. Taken from his notebooks published in So This is Permanence (2014), each piece is read and recorded onto vinyl as an audio book. The colour blue is used to represent the artist's personal struggles (blue often being associated with depression in the Western culture) while yellow is used to act as a warning effect while also evoking Factory Records' emblematic identity. Package includes a series of linocuts.
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