Independent stories from contemporary culture in new digital magazine supported by Kvadrat.
Launching 15 September, Kvadrat Interwoven features stories from contemporary culture with an independent, in-depth and critical eye.
As a creative concept fostered over the past two years, Kvadrat Interwoven aims to be a place for people interested in contemporary culture.
Opinionated by design, Interwoven gives its authors carte blanche to create content for the magazine whether it takes shape as visuals, writing, film or sound. As experts in their field, contributors are invited to offer their unfiltered view or creation.
Among the first contributors are Rebecca Bligh, Thomas Demand, Fabrizio Gallanti, Karen van Godtsenhoven, Katrin Greiling, Andrea Grützner, Sandra Hofmeister, Hettie Judah, Sally McGrane, Mario Milizia, Peter Saville, Brynjar Sigurdarson and Noam Toran. Together, they weave an engaging mix of unique stories, connecting sectorial commentary, incisive debate and artistic experimentation.