18+ live at Hamburg

Last month TISSUE teamed up with Shutters and Uebel & Gefährlich to present internet’s dark r’n’b wunder 18+ live at Hamburg. We had a blast celebrating the duo’s second album ‘Collect’ (out May 20 via Houndstooth). Here are some photos of the gig shot by Tim Bruening.

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MAY 25 – 8 PM
Uebel & Gefährlich, Hamburg

Special thanks to 18+, SHI, Shutters and Uebel & Gefährlich
Photography: Tim Bruening

Visitez:
www.eighteenpl.us
www.uebelundgefaehrlich.com

Kenneth Koo — Untitled Project

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Kenneth Koo is an artist and image-maker living and working in Paris. This untitled and ongoing series of images are part still life, part film still, considering the erotic tensions between animate and inanimate subjects and the complex bonds between labour, performance, and sexuality in everyday life.

http://tissuemagazine.com/?p=5869

Anastasiia Chorna — Ilona & Alyona

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Anastasiia Chorna is a young artist from Ukraine, born in Odessa, in 1991, the year communist rule collapsed. Her art is deeply inspired by post-soviet culture and architecture. Anastasiia’s latest story introduces us to two beautiful girls from her neighborhood.

http://tissuemagazine.com/?p=5835

Natalie Krim — because I love you but you’re not here

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A series of sweet seductive females flaunting themselves on notepaper as lazy day doodles. Plonked haphazardly with one leg curled under herself, one can almost envisage the tease of a tongue between her lips as Natalie Krim wishes reality away, frantically creating space for a world with much more time for sensual intellectual stimulation.

Natalie Krim’s first LA solo show because I love you but you’re not here is now on view at Little Big Man Gallery in Los Angeles.

http://tissuemagazine.com/?p=5748

Romantic Metaphors in a Cold Computer World

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Lukas and Denis Olgac, Alessandro Belliero and David Gönner depict themselves as being flawless and motionless. They pose like Roman gods that used to be carved into stone during ancient times. These four artists are dedicated to the creation of computer-animated visuals. Experience the super powers of Sucuk und Bratwurst.

http://tissuemagazine.com/?p=5806