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Critically pop

Harro Koskinen is best known for his socially critical works which draw on Pop Art. In one, a turntable plays black crispbread.

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Carved book cases

Manolo Valdes’ Bookcases may not be accurately calculated in terms of wavelengths, but could still be excellent diffusors.

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A master of wood

The sculptor and audiophile, Veijo Ulmanen (b. 1955) passed away August 2016. His exceptional sensitivity to wood handling was reflected in his pursuit for life-like hifi sound.

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Project dark

If you’re allergic to vinyl scratch, don’t bother to read more.

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Re-defining arts – steamrollers and urinals

When an man places a metal counterweight at the other end of a tonearm in order to fine-adjust the tracking force of the 10 gram cartridge, it’s called audiophilia. When another man places 40 tons of concrete to counterweight a steamroller at the other end of a massive balk, it’s called art. Is it art? What is art, anyway?

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Veijo Ulmanen – a sculptor & audiophile

Veijo Ulmanen is a master of wooden sculpture. And a music lover with two nice Hi-Fi systems, home and studio.

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‘Lucinda Williams – Blessed’

“Music forms an important part of my thinking although I would stress that I never play music when I create…” 

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Sibelius and Art

“I am more moved by other arts than by the music of others.” – Jean Sibelius in a letter to Aino Sibelius from Munich, 28 July 1894.

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More material

Inner-Magazines has numerous previously published and unpublished articles in its archives, and all those will be added to these pages according to schedule.