fine print is an independent visual arts magazine focusing on critical and experimental discussion around contemporary art. We are excited about fresh perspectives in the practice of writing about art; new forms of reporting, reviewing, debating and reciprocating contemporary art that makes an effort to actively record art as it happens. We aim to highlight the importance that documenting art holds to the vitality of its creation.
Each edition centers around a thematic concept key to the contemporary art world. From our base in South Australia, fine print is driven by the ongoing practices of artists – we are a space for a broad cohort of voices and varied approaches in writing about their efforts. We have an eye for the concerns and preoccupations of local, national and international communities, because we believe in the importance of a conversation that recognises the contribution of each to our understanding of current art practice.
fine print acknowledges the traditional country of the Kaurna people of the Adelaide Plains. We recognise and pay our respects to Elders past, present and emerging, and honour their continued cultural and spiritual connection to the land on which we meet and work.
Thank you for joining in.
— fine print committee
Gillian Brown, Rayleen Forester, Joanna Kitto