A single-sided flexi-disc record featuring an eight minute and thirty second ambient recording titled Glint (East Of Woodbridge). The disk was released as a tear-out disc as part of Artforum magazine Volume XXIV No. 10, Summer 1986. Three years later a version of Glint appeared with the new title of Suspicions on a non-commercial LP called Textures, which consisted of ambient tracks designed to be licensed for use in film and television productions. Three years after that, it reappeared again as Lanzarote and on Eno's 1992 LP The Shutov Assembly.Lge. sq. 4to. Glossy wrps., 140pp. Ed. Ingrid Sischy. Front cover reproduces a detail from a continuous light projection by Brian Eno ('Living Room'). Contents include "Aurora Musicalis", a 4pp. interview with Eno by the magazine's publisher, accompanied by a 331/3rpm one-sided transparent flexi-disc of Eno's ambient piece, "Glint (East of Woodbridge)" (illustrated in "Sound Art" by Alan Licht [item #77]). Also: an article on Sonic Youth by Greil Marcus; Cooske Van Bruggen on Bruce Nauman (10pp.); Robert Frank (4pp.); exhibition reviews (Alison Wilding, Barbara Kruger, Nancy Spero, Yvonne Rainer [by Barbara Kruger], Laurie Anderson); more.