Pigiarniq / Ausgabe 17

Pigiarniq / Ausgabe 17
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Language: English / German
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Size: 28.5 x 20 cm
Weight: 190 g
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Paon à Paf, St. Erme 1, ᐱᒋᐊᕐᓂᖅ 2, Sofie Thorsen:4 von 20 Hauszeichen „Umbau des Südtirolerplatzes”, Wohnhausanlage. Nothnagelplatz/Holbeingasse/ Graffgasse/Gußriegelstrasse, 1100 Wien 4, 14, 22, 35, Kolumne 5, Andreas Diefenbach: veni, vidi, arrivederci 6, Aspanggründe 15, Andreas Rumpfhuber: „Man” will nicht, „man” sieht nicht ein, „man” zieht nicht mit, ja „man” versucht dem Organisierenden mangelnden Logik nachzuweisen, wirft ihm Unkenntnis der Tagespraxis vor. 18, Eva Seufert: Das Unbehagen in der Kultur 23, 26, 29, 30, Hanno Milesi: Alles Gute 24, K8 Hardy: Paper Sessions 31, Josephine Pryde 36, Rémy Héritier, Krõõt Juurak, Ralo Mayer: sleeping performance 39, Magda Tothova 43, 52, 57, Achim Lengerer: About a guy, through a woman 44, Claire Hooper: Isabella Receiving Instruction 47, Jürgen Meyer 53, Christian Vetter: Kontinentaldrift 54, Ida Marie Hede Bertelsen: Séances, 59, Nang Gallery 61, Lisa Holzer, o.T. (Semmeln mit Zungen), 2009, 69


Chicago, Times, Plotter, Helvetica, DIN, Techno, Löhfelm, RR_02, Univers, Tiffany, Circuit, Memphis, Gringo, Zeus, The Mix, Princess Lulu, Pigiarniq, Paper, Libertine, Trixie, Déjà Vu, Auto and Rediviva are the 22 issues of the magazine founded in 2002 in Vienna by a group of austrian, german and swiss artists: CHRISTIAN EGGER, MANUEL GORKIEWICZ, CHRISTIAN MAYER, YVES METTLER, MAGDA TOTHOVA, RUTH WEISMANN and ALEXANDER WOLFF.

With 3 to 4 issues a year, the members of the team publish their magazine around their personal encounters and interests.

Each issue present around fifteen contributions, in both texts and images. Artists, writers, scientists and specialists in all kind of fields are invited to contribute and intervene in a sober and efficient layout already acknowledged by the London Design Museum in its exhibition Best European Design 2005.

The focus of the editorial activity is organizing and assembling the contributions, including works and found footage by the editors, in order to create for each issue a strong and original unity, amplified by the use of a different font for each issue. Each issue printed in black and white in an edition of 300 copies, is completed with a color centerfold poster by an internationally recognized artist (Elke Krystufek, Daniel Pflumm, Ayse Erkmen, Amelie von Wulffen, Cameron Jamie, Renee Green, etc...).