Issue #3 — Winter 2001/2002: What’s Next?

“We are entering the age of the liquefaction of form,” states design firm VOGT + WEIZENEGGER in 032c’s third issue on WHAT’S NEXT.

Writer DARIO AZZELLINI interviews TUTE BIANCHE activists on the beginnings and background of the Italian political movement; artists / musicians CHICKS ON SPEED find out what LE TIGRE thinks of women and Europe; artist FLORIAN PUMHÖSL photographs a missile manufacturer; designer JEREMY SCOTT clothes Madonna in dollar bills; art critic PETER RICHTER exposes the clash between the will and the actual ways of Berlin;

art critic NIKLAS MAAK reveals architecture’s burgeoning biomorphic forms; artist CARSTEN HÖLLER writes on doubt, productivity, and the state of rotation; designer HELMUT LANG talks about fashion’s business proportions, how there are no new means of expression and no cause for new expression, and how to act with extreme individuality; club operator and photographer BEN DE BIEL, director DEBORAH SCHAMONI, and political scientist SULTAN KARIMI provide a kaleidoscopic view on Berlin beyond the hype by talking about their jobs;

visual contributions by FOUNDATION 33, CHEWING THE SUN, MASAMICHI KATAYAMA, and HIDEKI NAKAJIMA; and much more on 48 pages…

Contributors: Dario Azzellini, Chewing the Sun, Chicks on Speed, Olafur Eliasson, Foundation 33, Carsten Höller/Jens Hoffmann, Stephen Gan/Tobias Schweitzer, Masamichi Katayama, Nicolette Krebitz/ Elisha Smith-Leverock, Niklas Maak, Hideki Nakajima, Ulf Poschardt, Florian Pumhösl, Peter Richter, Jeremy Scott, State Design, Vogt + Weizenegger

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