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  • Audio Arts Volume 8 No 4 and Volume 9 No 1 Inlay. Cassette layout showing colour photograph and artwork along with sides contents

    Inlay for Audio Arts Volume 8 No 4 and Volume 9 No 1 published in 1988
    Archive reference: TGA200414/7/3 Volume 8 No 4 and Volume 9 No 1

    © William Furlong

  • Audio Arts Volume 9 No 2 Inlay showing cassette layout with Lichtenstein artwork and Richard Hamilton artwork with sides content

    Inlay for Audio Arts Volume 9 No 2 published in 1988
    Archive reference: TGA200414/7/3 Volume 9 No 2

    © William Furlong

  • Audio Arts Volume 9 No 3 Inlay showing cassette layout of a photograph of people in a gallery and the list of contributers

    Inlay for Audio Arts Volume 9 No 3 published in 1988
    Archive reference: TGA200414/7/3 Volume 9 No 3

    © William Furlong

  • Audio Arts Volume 9 No 4 Inlay showing cassette layout of two photographs of the artists' works and the details of the sides contents

    Inlay for Audio Arts Volume 9 No 4 published in 1989
    Archive reference: TGA200414/7/3 Volume 9 No 4

    © William Furlong

Audio Arts Volume 9 was published as an audio cassette magazine between 1988–9 and includes contributions from Roy Lichtenstein, Richard Hamilton, Gerhard Richter and Nam June Paik as well as recordings from documenta VIII and the Venice Biennale 1988.

Audio Arts
1 January 1988
This Audio Arts double issue, originally published as an audio cassette magazine in 1988 includes contributions from Tony Cragg, Antony Gormley, John Cage and Fischli/Weiss
Audio Arts
1 January 1988
This Audio Arts issue, originally published as an audio cassette magazine in 1988 includes contributions from Roy Lichtenstein, Richard Hamilton and Marco Livingstone
Audio Arts
1 January 1988
This Audio Arts issue, originally published as an audio cassette magazine in 1988 includes contributions from Tony Cragg, Roland Brener, Richard Cork and Nicholas Logsdail
Audio Arts
1 January 1989
This Audio Arts issue, originally published as an audio cassette magazine in 1989 includes contributions from Gerhard Richter and Nam June Paik.