The new IDEA book is SPIRALLED by visual artist Seana Gavin. The book is an unravel back in time to the nineties, when Seana was an underage devotee of the underground rave scene. In 1994, the UK government introduced the Criminal Justice and Public Order Act that clamped down on illegal raves and other forms of ‘anti-social’ behaviour. Sound systems such as Spiral Tribe quit Britain for Europe. Seana went with them. She lived this travelling life, kept a diary, took the pictures and then, for near on two decades, kept it under wraps. Until now. Now, in this age...
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