Journal for Northeast: Issues 5-6

“For now, let’s make our paper as a living magazine.”

journal for northeast issues 5-6

release: Thursday, 9 December 2010, 7-9 pm
music by CARDIOPHON
hinterconti, Marktstraße 40a, 20357 Hamburg
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journal for northeast issues 5-6
edited by projektgruppe, hamburg
special issue: living magazine
sections: city scape – orientation – living space – cultural standards – changing neighborhoods – urban development – historical view – flora and fauna – services – sports
contributors: Gabó Bartha, KAP-HT (Budapest), Sándor Bartha, Detour Brigade (Budapest), Balázs Beöthy (Budapest), Thomas Bratzke, Zast Real Estate (Berlin), Thomas Campbell/Dmitry Vorobyev (St. Petersburg), Doro Carl (Hamburg), Susanne Cockrell/Ted Purves, Amity Works (Oakland), Salem Collo-Julin/Melinda Fries/Rob Kelly/Zena Sakowski, The Free Store (Chicago), Margit Czenki/Christoph Schäfer (Hamburg), Miklós Erhardt (Budapest), Nikolett Erőss (Budapest), Csaba Farkas/Tamás Kaszás, Intercultural Orientation (Budapest), Marc Fischer (Chicago), Tim Goldie (London), Ryan Griffis, The Temporary Travel Office (Urbana), Felix Grimm (Hamburg), Ferenc Gróf/Jean-Baptiste Naudy, Société Réaliste (Paris), Owen Hatherley (London), Emma Hedditch (London), Marc Herbst/Christina Ulke, The California Herb & Spice Company (Los Angeles), Beata Hock (Budapest), Sibylle Hofter, Büro Schwimmer (Berlin), Srećko Horvat (Zagreb), Inventory, HMJokinen (Hamburg), Lilla Khoór/Will Potter (Budapest, London), Alexandra Köhring (Hamburg), Elke Krasny (Vienna), Petra Lange-Berndt/Uwe Täubler (Hamburg, London), Ligna (Hamburg), Polonca Lovsin (Ljubljana), Frank Lüsing/Alexander Rischer (Hamburg), Josh MacPhee/Erik Reuland (New York, Minneapolis), Esther Meier (Hamburg), Attila Menesi/Christoph Rauch (Budapest, Hamburg), Anca Mihulet/Sebastian Moldovan (Sibiu), Naeem Mohaiemen (New York), Jacek Niegoda (Gdansk), Levente Polyák (Budapest), Rena Rädle (Belgrade), Right to the City (Zagreb), Sarah Ross (Urbana), Therese Roth (Hamburg), Mark Saunders (London), Benedict Seymour (London), Cornelia Sollfrank (Hamburg, Dundee), Florin Tudor/Mona Vatamanu (Bucharest), Tibor Várnagy (Budapest), Annette Wehrmann/Freundeskreis (Hamburg), Kathrin Wildner (Hamburg, Berlin), Monika Wucher (Hamburg), Olga Yegorova (St. Petersburg), Zampa di Leone.
ISBN 978-3-86895-063-2
Revolver Publishing by VVV
www.revolver-publishing.com

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