Issue #02 — Summer 2001: Destruction
“This constant flow necessitates that old ideas are destroyed and demands that new ones are created,” states fashion director ANNE CHRISTENSEN in 032c‘s second issue, on destruction.
Artist SANTIAGO SIERRA pays the poor to be tattooed; sociologist WOLFGANG KRAUSHAAR on GUSTAV METZGER’s auto-destructive art and its influence in rock music; photographer MARIO TESTINO slashes a model in red; photographer MICHAEL MANN escapes the boundaries of realism; designer RAF SIMONS redresses youth; writer ULF POSCHARDT on the nature of destruction in fashion and architecture; art critic NIKLAS MAAK reveals the sweet revenge of the PALAST DER REPUBLIK, Berlin;
architect CEDRIC PRICE speaks with HANS ULRICH OBRIST about how time is the fourth dimension; music journalist HEIKO HOFFMAN delineates nine destructive moments in music; artist RICHARD PHILLIPS shatters beauty; Architecture collective 37.6°, musician HANIN ELIAS, and writer and programmer SEBASTIAN LUETGERT provide a kaleidoscopic view on Berlin beyond the hype by talking about their jobs;
graphic contributions by BÜRO DESTRUCT, MIKE MEIRÉ, and MIRKO BORSCHE; and much more on 48 pages …
Contributors: Mirko Borsche, Büro Destruct, Anne Christensen, Heiko Hoffmann, Honey Suckle Company, Wolfgang Kraushaar, Niklas Maak, Michael Mann, Mike Meiré, Hans Ulrich Obrist, Ulf Poschardt, Christopher Roth, Samia Saouma, Santiago Sierra, Raf Simons, Mario Testino, Axel Wieder.