23 9 2017

“Action, Action, Action!” with Operndorf Afrika’s AINO LABERENZ

Many consider Operndorf Afrika, the nonprofit cultural program and arts village in Burkina Faso, to be experimental theater artist Christoph Schlingensief's final project. The foundation is now led by Aino Laberenz, who, on the occasion of the Operndorf Afrika Auction at König Galerie, spoke to 032c about the auction, the universe, and Germany’s upcoming elections.
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JASON DILL Takes us to Hell and Back to FUCKING AWESOME

In a skate odyssey documented with drawings and pictures from JASON DILL’s personal archive, the skate legend takes us to hell and back to Fucking Awesome. The article from 032c Issue 32 is a feast of anecdotes and images featuring Dash Snow, Ed Templeton, Josh Kalis, Rob Dyrdek, Gio Estevez, his friend Mikey, and Kunle Martins.
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Graydon Carter on VANITY FAIR’S America

There is a distinct elegance to visting Vanity Fair’s editor in chief Graydon Carter. You pass through a bright white lobby where walls are lined with the black and white portraits of celebrities and historical figures from almost a century. A beautiful young assistant leads you to his corner office, which overlooks a panorama of…
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Paranormal Dandies, Sex with Buildings: HERNAN BAS in Cambridge

The Night Climbers of Cambridge were notorious for their elusive nocturnal pastime of climbing buildings throughout Cambridge, taking photographs of their activity. Unlike the action-packed nature of parkour, these images reveal an angsty and sometimes erotic relationship to classical architecture. 032c's Yae-Jin Ha spoke with painter Hernan Bas about his chance encounter with the Night …
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Scenes from the 032c x EYTYS Store Takeover

Last Thursday, we celebrated the opening of the 032c x Eytys Store Takeover in the Swedish capital. Following the store event – that featured bleach-splattered wallpaper, works by Colombian artist Juan Sebastián Peláez, the exclusive in-store launch of the Peroxide Collection, and limited edition Rihanna and Miss Colombia shirts – the Norrmalm crowd set sail into…
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GREGORY HALPERN Channels the Manifest Destiny Mysticism of Los Angeles

“The glamour of Hollywood is a wealthy and beautiful subsection of the city, but it is a tiny fraction of what comprises the rest of LA, and I find it uninteresting,” photographer Gregory Halpern reflects on ZZYZX, his latest book set in Los Angeles. Following a grid pattern that splays into hills and valleys, Los…
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BIFO BERARDI on Political Impotence and the Rise of Global Silicon Valley

Real radicals do more than measure despair, and reading Bifo Berardi's "Futurability" reveals his capacity for imagining beyond our current parameters.  In his book, Bifo speaks of a “global Silicon Valley,” about an interconnected body of “anonymous cognitive workers” who contribute to Facebook, Instagram, and every iteration of our many social platforms. Read 032c's interview with the …
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90s Rave and Resistance from GOOD TROUBLE Zine

In an interview featured in the zine Good Trouble, Roderick Stanley spoke with photographer Matthew Smith, whose book Exist to Resist is about the DIY protest and rave culture of the 1990s. The project seeks to document a time when rave, traveler culture, and the road protest scene meshed into an uprising of grassroots resistance, pushing back against a decade and a half of conservative …
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