This past Sunday, LVMH prize semi-finalists Alyx and 032c hosted a party deep underground below the Rue Montmartre at Silencio with DJs Louisahhh, AZF, Sita Abellán, and Natalia Escobar. The club conceived by David Lynch was the perfect setting for an evening of subterranean reality distortion, made even more surreal by the cast of attendees that included two-time 032c cover star Anja Rubik (Issue 19 and Issue 28). Silencio has nonexistent cell reception and a no photo policy on its dance floor, so these shots at the entrance by Lukas Gansterer are the only evidence of the night.
Please join us for part two in Berlin as we launch the upcoming Alyx catalogue at the 032c Workshop.
“Costumes and clothing were extremely important for Die Tödliche Doris. Without clothing, Doris would have been absolutely unperceivable. One could even say she has her clothes alone to thank for her existence. Because Doris doesn’t have a body, much less an identity. That is to say, she has less than absolutely nothing. Her presence can solely be felt through her clothing.”