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Fantasy Interlude by Jappari & Obby, Raphael Lugassy and Marc Armand. Directed by TUNICA

Fantasy Interlude

Fantasy Interlude

Outbreath Proccessions by Julien Bernard, Clelia Cazals & Frédéric Jaman

OUTBREATH PROCESSIONS

OUTBREATH PROCESSIONS

His work oscillates between several media – namely film, painting, design, and sound design – through which he questions the existence of the image and its modes of production. He tries to understand how the form and language of a particular medium are visualized and manipulated, in order to apply those rules to another medium.

KÉVIN BRAY

KÉVIN BRAY

It is not farfetched to say we live in a cybernetic game and act like as if, to a certain degree, we left reality behind. Baudrillard would call this state hyperreality - a place where the division between reality and imaginary disappears. Our lives aren't the actual reality, yet our perception of our reality stimulated by our brains - "We don't see things as they are, we see them as we are," as Anais Nin would say.

LIL MIQUELA: REALER THAN REAL

LIL MIQUELA: REALER THAN REAL

"A THIRST FOR KNOWLEDGE" Facts, information, and skills acquired by a person through education and experience are the theoretical and practical understandings of subjects. This awareness and familiarity gained by facts and experience make up the truth. A justified belief and certain understand- ing, as opposed to opinion or fantasy.

EXTENDED FANTASY

EXTENDED FANTASY

"SIRENS" is an experimental club night, I am running with three friends We started at the beginning of this year because we wanted to have an experimental party in our town, so we don't have to go to Berlin or Frankfort for a line-up we like. Steffen and I were writing with XOF because we found out about Oxyorange, a label he runs with Airon Kolarov, asking if they were planning on doing parties in Mannheim.

Julia Kobel

Julia Kobel

“México has always been my starting point. Looking into its tradition, culture, and folklorism, twisting them into a more contemporary way with our portray and perception of beauty even if it contains brutality, fear, ugliness and our darkest selves. I was very lucky to have been born with such cultural heritage and beatiful craftsmanship surrounding me."

INTERVIEW BÁRBARA SÁNCHEZ-KANE: ¡SANCHEZ-KANEISMO!

INTERVIEW BÁRBARA SÁNCHEZ-KANE: ¡SANCHEZ-KANEISMO!

An interview with the graphic designer and art director from Tokyo, Japan, Yuta Kawaguchi a.k.a. Guccimaze. by TUNICA studio and Guccimaze's friends.

GUCCIMAZE

GUCCIMAZE

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