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Admittedly we are far from being objective when it comes to 18+ since the LA/NY-based duo provided 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 us for our 3rd radio show at Berlin Community Radio.

More information and pictures by Timothy Schaumburg here: http://bit.ly/tissue-18plus

TISSUE Magazine Mixtape 29 by CHINASKI

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Cineaste and producer Chinaski uses warm synth lines and nocturnal drums to create dark house music. Being a VHS junkie he creates music for theater and film and also designs his own visuals. For TISSUE, we are happy and proud he provided a no less hypnotic soundtrack for the night.

Listen to TISSUE Magazine Mixtape 29 by Chinaski and watch his new video for Night School: http://bit.ly/tissuemixtape29

TISSUE x STEFAN MARX “Free TISSUE!” T-Shirt

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Very limited TISSUE Magazine logo t-shirt with additional airbrush design by Stefan Marx on occassion of indiemagday 2015 – each one an handmade original.
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Tim Bruening & Frank Pabst – Für das bisschen Nachwelt

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»TIM BRUENING & FRANK PABST – FÜR DAS BISSCHEN NACHWELT«
GALERIE HINTERCONTI · VERNISSAGE: 4. SEPTEMBER · 19:00 — 23:00
AFTERSHOW-PARTY + SURPRISE ACT, 23:00, KOMET MUSIK BAR

Exhibition: 5. — 20. September 2015
Galerie Hinterconti · Marktstrasse 40 a · 20357 Hamburg
Open: Thu — Sun, 16:00 — 20:00

Tim Bruening remembers his uncle, the artist Frank Pabst. Only hours after Pabst’s death, Bruening visited his uncle’s apartment and photographed his belongings. For his art, Pabst used different materials to deal with motives that draw from various sources such as music culture or shamanism. Quite obsessively, he had arranged his works in some sort of ongoing installation. Through the combination of drawings, found objects and sculptural works, reoccurring themes center around death and symbolic circles in a very unique icogonography that is strongly linked to Pabst’s personal life. Beyond his own intimate view on his uncle, Bruening’s photos reveal the underlying aesthetics of Pabst’s unique work. At first, a photo of a dead butterfly that has been long forgotten in a cigarette case feels like a short, subjective association, until it slowly transcends into a still life, the longer you take look at it.

Tim Bruening remembers Frank Pabst, asking us what memories are really made of.

Visitez:
http://timbruening.com/
http://hinterconti.de/