Lorenz Hartwig

Embracing Vulnerability

We passively observe our daily lives through a smartphone. We recognize the person depicted in the selfie, but it’s not us. We put our flawless bodies on display. We master self-censorship, and choose wisely which facetes to show. We capture our perfect, staged life and share it. The worse we feel, the more we post. […]

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Punk Has More Colours
Than White

Elise Rose is a London-based photographer and co-organiser for Decolonise Fest, a music and arts festival for people of colour in punk and alternative music. She currently works on an ongoing series called POC PUNX documenting the UK people of colour punk scene.

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“FEMININE SEXUALITY IS LIKE PAINTED TOE NAILS COVERED IN MUD”

Heather Glazzard is a queer feminist artist based in Manchester. Her work questions gender stereotypes by depicting the diversity of individual sexuality. She focuses on the female body in its authentic appearance without retouching the reality. Her intimate portraits depict people who are open about their inner selfs and are thereby disarmingly pure. Her work […]

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Concerns With the Second Dimension

Elizabeth Hatke is an US-American artist, photographer and sculptor based in Providence, Rhode Island. We kindly asked her to provide us with an intimate and exclusive insight into her artistic approach. The result is her first TISSUE series Concerns With the Second Dimension in which she reflects upon her body of work.

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Magical Forces From Within

Did you ever take a piss and felt overwhelmed by the feeling that you are thereby producing art? Well, there is only one place on earth that can – of course besides many other so far unknown feelings – trigger this emotion. We are talking about the Berghain and especially Sarah Schoenfeld who realised after […]

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Gänsehaut

Admittedly we are far from being objective when it comes to 18+ since the LA/NY-based duo did not knowingly provide us with the perfect soundtrack for our weekly meetings and summerly joyrides. No more words needed to give you an idea of how excited we were when Samia and Justin accepted our invitation to join […]

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