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ARTS LABS NEWSLETTER - No. 7 - April 1970

[ALBERY, Nicholas, John "Hoppy" Hopkins et al.]

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London: BIT Information Service, 1970. First Edition. Foolscap / tall 4to. Side-stapled wraps; printed mimeo throughout. Lacks rear cover, but otherwise very good. Light soil and toning to front. Clean and bright throughout. 51pp. (Item ID: 21308)

Rare guide to alternative arts spaces and related phenomena throughout the UK as assembled by BIT Information Service. An outgrowth of the INTERNATIONAL TIMES newspaper, BIT was a utopian collective who provided any and all information to whomever was seeking it (24 hours a day), and was aptly named after the smallest unit of information. BIT's motivating ambition was circulating knowledge freely, and to this end the ARTS LABS NEWSLETTER -- one of many BIT projects -- printed news on emerging arts activities and listings of communes, workshops, crash pads, head shops, incubators, co-ops, and the like. Also includes pirated excerpts of "the bits worth reading" from Joseph Berke's book COUNTER CULTURE (London: Peter Owen, 1969), which Albery notes was being "published at the monstrous price of 90/-."


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