Mixtape 67 by Spunky
While salty drops were dripping on the eastern German ground, caused by broken hearts and caged minds, creativity was rising from the ashes of post-war Deutschlands de- and repression. Spunky aka Reinhard Spunkner grew up in Dresden, one of the GDR’s epicentres. The father of two sons has gained reputation not only as a DJ and former record shop owner, but also as a photographer.
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Martin Eder’s series Martyrium depicts naked artists and actors posing in different ways which connect to the notion of zeitgeist as well as to art history. In the commonplace these concepts are hardly seen as intertwined. But often noticed as only loosely connected, they share a dialectic entanglement that should not be overlooked.
Don’t call it Dunkeldeutschland. Cause TMM67 by Spunky is gonna put a goddamn smile on your face. A 2-hour-injection of music solely from the German Democratic Republic of the 60s, 70s and 80s. Along goes a cover picture by Martin Eder, taken from the Martyrium series as shown at Galerie EIGEN+ART Leipzig in November 2017. For serious sonic education tune in this Sunday at Radio 80000, 10 PM CET. It’s free.
You have money and you do not have money. Mostly in reverse order.
Kippy was probably right then.
Uwe Bermeitinger, Geld
Galerie Genscher, July 6th, 2019, 5-11 pm
Only for one day.
There is music too.
When asking Daisuke Hamada about his personal work, he said: “I shoot flowers!” – Perfect! We at TISSUE Magazine share this special love for all sentient beings including flowers and other plants. Everybody loves flowers. So enjoy this beautiful flip-through and feel what Daisuke Hamada states here.
Mai Matsuoka kindly provided us with a translation of Natural Born: Yumi Nagao
Find the bilingual version now here:
TISSUE Magazine Residency
Koenigsklasse HfG Offenbach
Workshop with Uwe Bermeitinger
If Lazerhaze appears to you as an adhd-driven young gun, you’re only catching a glimpse of his potential. After witnessing him perform in various settings, he has to be considered an autodidactic enfant terrible and a genre bending enthusiast.
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