Flaneur #2. GEORG-SCHWARZ-STRASSE, LEIPZIG

CONTRIBUTORS: ABSALOM & BARDSLEY / ROMAN BARTON HENDRICK BÜNDGE / LISA HAAG / SEBASTIAN HINZ / MICHAEL HÖPFNER / ANDY KANIA / MATT LAMBERT / AGNES LAMMERT / TOM MARRIOTT / MARUAN PASCHEN / GIULIA PINES / RICARDA ROGGAN The second issue depicts Georg-Schwarz-Straße in Leipzig. Drawn towards the street by its dark and mysterious quality, the contributors attempt to reveal hidden layers and stories of a place that, in many ways, leads to a promise the city of Leipzig withheld for the past hundred years – and still withholds. »STREETS ARE ALWAYS LARGER FROM THE INSIDE THAN FROM THE OUTSIDE« Artist Michael Höpfner captures the street through a walking intervention to the words of author Maruan Paschen while photographers Ricarda Roggan and Andy. Kania go on photographic trips using disposable cameras. Artists Absolom & Bardsley let forgotten groups of youths who fought against the Nazi regime reappear on the street in a photo series and editor Grashina Gabelmann and artist Agnes Lammert reveal the secrets of the mysterious House No. 1. Photographer and filmmaker Matt Lambert finds a hideaway on the street in his series »Schlupfwinkel« whilst Tom Marriott returns to the street for his outstanding visual work »Reflex«. Writer Roman Barton creates his own multi-layered archive using actual archive material. French folds provide lush hidden pages for the reader to find. In a pop conversation writer Sebastian Hinz and editor Fabian Saul talk about the GDR subculture while artist Martin Wühler and writer Hendrik Bündge team up for a 2065 sci-fi story set on the street. Editor Fabian Saul mixes fact and fiction, people and events together in his ongoing series »Traces of Resistance«. And there‘s much more: experimental sheet music, photos, drawings, poetry and the people of Georg-Schwarz-Straße. The magazine consists of 168 pages + a 24 paged booklet with selected texts translated into German as well as 12 secret pages inside french fold and gatefold cover. This issue was co-designed by James Lunn.

Text: Gabelmann Grashina, Saul Fabian. cm 24×31; pp. 120; COL; paperback. Publisher: Flaneur, 2013.

ISBN: 9772196537004

ID: 22908

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CONTRIBUTORS: ABSALOM & BARDSLEY / ROMAN BARTON HENDRICK BÜNDGE / LISA HAAG / SEBASTIAN HINZ / MICHAEL HÖPFNER / ANDY KANIA / MATT LAMBERT / AGNES LAMMERT / TOM MARRIOTT / MARUAN PASCHEN / GIULIA PINES / RICARDA ROGGAN The second issue depicts Georg-Schwarz-Straße in Leipzig. Drawn towards the street by its dark and mysterious quality, the contributors attempt to reveal hidden layers and stories of a place that, in many ways, leads to a promise the city of Leipzig withheld for the past hundred years – and still withholds. »STREETS ARE ALWAYS LARGER FROM THE INSIDE THAN FROM THE OUTSIDE« Artist Michael Höpfner captures the street through a walking intervention to the words of author Maruan Paschen while photographers Ricarda Roggan and Andy. Kania go on photographic trips using disposable cameras. Artists Absolom & Bardsley let forgotten groups of youths who fought against the Nazi regime reappear on the street in a photo series and editor Grashina Gabelmann and artist Agnes Lammert reveal the secrets of the mysterious House No. 1. Photographer and filmmaker Matt Lambert finds a hideaway on the street in his series »Schlupfwinkel« whilst Tom Marriott returns to the street for his outstanding visual work »Reflex«. Writer Roman Barton creates his own multi-layered archive using actual archive material. French folds provide lush hidden pages for the reader to find. In a pop conversation writer Sebastian Hinz and editor Fabian Saul talk about the GDR subculture while artist Martin Wühler and writer Hendrik Bündge team up for a 2065 sci-fi story set on the street. Editor Fabian Saul mixes fact and fiction, people and events together in his ongoing series »Traces of Resistance«. And there‘s much more: experimental sheet music, photos, drawings, poetry and the people of Georg-Schwarz-Straße. The magazine consists of 168 pages + a 24 paged booklet with selected texts translated into German as well as 12 secret pages inside french fold and gatefold cover. This issue was co-designed by James Lunn.

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