socialmedia

Mixtape 80 by The Neighbourhood Character

NOT COMPROMISING Ari Lawrence, aka The Neighbourhood Character, has been steadily researching and creating in Berlin for the past nine years. An enthusiastic producer, instrumentalist, vocalist, and selector, Ari’s practice widely reflects their collaborative spirit. In addition to pursuing interventionist research around politics and praxes of marginalised electronic producers as a doctoral candidate at Goldsmiths […]

Read more

Suffering as a Love Language

WORDS OF ADVICE: DAMILOLA TORIOLA ILLUSTRATION: FOXY A love language describes the way in which you desire to be loved and taken care of by the people you are attached to. There are five love languages; physical touch, quality time, receiving gifts, acts of service and words of affirmation. One thing a lot of people […]

Read more

KRISTINA NAGEL “ETHER++”

Readers might already know about Kristina’s powerful work as an artist, as the curator of the Berlin off-space Aesthetik01 and as the editor of zines like AXIS. Aesthetik01 was recently sent into oblivion but Ms Nagel assured us that there will be something totally different, Aesthetik02. Kristina brings an unconventional ethereal glitch to fashion photography […]

Read more

Channelling Schlingensief

WORDS: LUCA GANZ PAINTING: PIETER BRUEGEL PORTRAIT: ECKHARD KUCHENBECKER For a lot people, the author of this story included, Christoph Schlingensief is an iconoclast and a genius. Starting out as an experimental filmmaker, he expanded his work into the field of performative arts in the early ’00s. Heavily influenced by Joseph Beuys’ social sculptures he […]

Read more

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.

Read more