Techno kingpin Richie Hawtin marks debut album reissue with new exhibition

Richie Hawtin was in London last night to launch a new exhibition to mark the 25th anniversary reissue of ‘Dimension Intrusion’, his classic debut album as FUSE.

The multimedia ‘Dimensions Exhibition’, which runs at The Store X, 180 The Strand in London until Sunday, features the original 1993 artwork, painted by Hawtin’s brother Matthew, and the whole thing is soundtracked by previously unreleased FUSE album, ‘Computer Space’, which was recorded around the same time as ‘Dimension Intrusion’.

The show also ties in with the release of a limited edition anniversary boxset, which includes the long-out-of-print ‘Dimension Intrusion’ LP, the accompanying ‘Train-Tracs’ EP, the never-released ‘Computer Space’ album, art prints and extensive liner notes including an essay by Matthew. The boxset is out now on The Vinyl Factory.