POST – the world’s first independently published magazine exclusively for the iPad.
POST looks beyond the traditional rules of how and what magazines “should” be, in favour of speculating upon what magazines could be. It is about fashion, art, architecture, cinema, music, culture. It is about what’s exciting now, and tomorrow.
Reflecting this paradigm shift in media, the premier issue of POST is themed around the exploration of ‘Matter’.
Highlights include a soundtrack composed solely from the sounds of particles colliding at the speed of light, a film set in Istanbul with the pioneering digital artist Miltos Manetas discussing the relationship between capitalism and social networking with Purple magazine founder Olivier Zahm, and an interactive interview in which director Gaspar Noé elucidates upon the metaphysical lacuna of his latest film Enter The Void.
There’s also a presentation of video artist Semâ Bekirovic’s “stuff in space”, a tour of lymphatic architectural systems at the Venice Architecture Biennale, and flaming hot moving imagery by Sølve Sundsbø. The Bruce High Quality Foundation, Kutlug Ataman, novelist and architecture critic Shumon Basar, curator Tom Morton and CERN, creators of the Large Hadron Collider, all contribute elsewhere.