London: Audio Arts, 1980. Near-fine.
The cassette-based audio magazine Audio Arts was founded in 1973 by the British artists William Furlong and Barry Barker. The magazine documented the art world with free form interviews with artists and curators as well as sound art and non-music performances by artists. Remarkably, the magazine was continuously published for 33 years.
This edition features an interview/conversation between Miranda Frawley, William Furlong, and Lawrence Weiner.