Magazine by Katrin Menne and Max Schulze with contributions by Anika Budde, Tobias Hantmann, Fabian Reimann, Juergen Staack and Jacek Szubert.
Bonus: Site-specific sound and light installation by Phillip Schulze.
schwarzweiss is a magazine that in every edition aims to condense current artistic approaches to a specific topic. The choice of artists deliberately unites different media genres (painting, photography, media art, sculpture etc.) to provoke heavy contrast within each edition. All contributions are designed especially for the magazine, conceived and compiled in cooperation with the editors.
The magazine itself is made from DIN A3-format pages, folded and loosely stacked into each other. Which means that every page is removable, and beyond its purely representative character, the magazine also gains the aspect of an art edition, every single page an individual graphic artwork. By folding the single pages, all contributions become entangled with all the others (like in a mash-up).
Magazine Release at General Public:
The magazine is transformed into an exhibition following the concept of a “walkable magazine.” Pages printed within the magazine will be reproduced and mixed with original works by the artists represented, mounted one above the other to correspond with the interlacing as found within the printed pages.
Media artist Phillip Schulze will take materials specific to our exhibition and work them into a visual and acoustic interpretation of the walkable magazine in a special performance at the opening night.
A cooperation between General Public and fluctuating images.
Schönhauser Allee 167c
U2 > Senefelder Platz