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Metropolitan Magic, big, tasteless apples and chrolophyllic bliss

KUNSTforum Vol. 01 2018 – Urbanity
by Rasmus Hungnes (Ed.)

The sci-fi manga Blame! (Tsutomu Nihei, 1998) is set in “The City”, a megastructure whose circumference equals Jupiter’s orbit. The construction process started (no one knows how long ago, but minimum estimates say 3000 years) on Earth in order to accommodate an ever-increasing human population. The multi-million-layered building eventually reached th...

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Beirut Diary

Beirut Diary
by Peter Bialobrzeski

“I cross a road I am not supposed to cross. […] As I walk towards the building, I am spotted by a man who runs a coffee stall in the basement. His initial communication over 50 yards is the international sign for ‘come here and we’ll cut your throat’. The New York Times nominated Beirut as #1 in its list of The 44 places to Go in 2009.”

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The Ghost of Weaving

The Ghost Of Weaving
by Freek Lomme

In parallel with an array of visual poetry by various handcraft masters dealing with the imaginative fabric of patterns and surface, we speculate upon the phenomenon of the visual pattern as an identifier through the thoughts of Onomatopee’s Freek Lomme. Inspired by the works of various artists who have fascinated him for years now, he wants to re-ima...

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FLANEUR Magazine

Flaneur Magazine - Fragments of a Street. Treze de Maio, Sao Paulo

For our latest and boldest issue to date, we’ve immersed ourselves in the complex layers of São Paulo’s Treze de Maio. In collaboration with multi-disciplinary artists, academics, and locals, Flaneur Magazine embraces the street’s complexity, its layers and fragmented nature with a literary approach. This time, the fragmentation of narratives is more ...

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John Kørner

by John Kørner

The monograph JOHN KØRNER is the most comprehensive publication on Danish artist John Kørner (b. 1967) to date. John Kørner is of great importance to the Danish art scene, and in addision to several exhibitions on Danish soil, Kørner, right now, has his international break through with major solo exhibitions in Finland and Belgium.

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