“HOFFNUNGSLOS” T 2021
It’s hopeless. 無望
“Beatus” is a film and an exhibition directed by Lisa Boostani. It took place in the center of art residency Poush Manifesto in Clichy. As a metaphor from another world, the scenography recreates the living spaces of a fictitious society through a set of four rooms – the bedroom, the dining room, circuit and meditation space. See full video here: https://tissuemagazine.com/multimedia/premiere-lisa-boostani-beatus/
With an exhibiton at Horst Janssen Museum and a book. Read a short interview and see a preview of 13 selected pictures here: https://tissuemagazine.com/story/tim-bruening-is-back/
Listen and read here: https://tissuemagazine.com/multimedia/mixtape-88-by-11schnull/
Es ist hoffnungslos. It’s hopeless. 無望 — This is how it feels since 2011, when TISSUE Magazine was born. That grinch-y feeling even got stronger day by day. The 2021 edition of the TISSUE plain logo T comes on a heavy (220gr) organic cotton (100%), vegan (PETA-approved), fair-traded loose fit t-shirt in white. It’s limited to 100 pieces and available in 6 sizes (XS—XXL). Plus exclusively from our archives: each item comes with a free poster (36x59cm) by Corrado Dalcó – initially published as a supplement to TISSUE Magazine N°1 . Shop here: https://kiosk.international/store/
Interview with Linn Da Quebrada up here:
We’re quite sorry and embarrassed: even though every person around the planet and in the editorial office knows how to write Discwoman, we misspelt it Diskwoman in the printed version of the interview, originally published in TISSUE Magazine No. 666FFF.
Everybody at Discwoman, please forgive us, it will never happen again. Find an edited version here: https://tissuemagazine.com/story/umfang-i-dont-hate-basslines/
Just got these in our inbox: Sports Banger all over UK. Buildhollywood, the street advertising specialists, invited Jonny Banger to take over their poster sites in London, Bristol, Birmingham, Cardiff and Glasgow to celebrate the opening of his new studio Maison de Bang Bang at Seven Sisters London. We’re congratulating and “hope the billboards make people smile or piss people off” like Jonny, the anti-establishment bootlegging artist does.