212 Magazine Issue 8 (the Guilt issue) is available now on loremnotipsum.com, for Autumn/Winter 2019. Instead of focusing on our history of bloody crimes, we chose to explore the personal codes and expressions associated with environmental issues and guilt, in this era defined by humanity’s actions – the Anthropocene. Building on the concept of guilt, we take a closer look at our relationship with life, emotions, nature and animals. We are proud to present our eighth issue, the Guilt issue, for Autumn/Winter 2019. 212 Magazine Issue 8 is not about our history of bloody crimes; rather, it focuses on the personal codes and expressions associated with environmental issues and guilt, in this era defined by humanity’s actions – the Anthropocene. Building on the concept of guilt, we take a closer look at our relationship with life, emotions, nature and animals.
Content: 212 Magazine – Issue 8
Out to Play – A photo essay by Ouka Leele, text by Damla Kellecioğlu.
Left Alive – Fashion Story and art direction by Szilveszter Makó, styling by Siyan Chen.
What Would a Non-Humancentric World Look Like? – Interview with Nicolas Bourriaud, photography by Muhsin Akgün.
Boltin Reality at a Gallop – A photo essay by Ekin Çekiç, winner of the 212 Photography Competition 2019, text by Evrim Altuğ.
Be, Kind, Rewind… Lost World – Interview with Paolo di Paolo, by Merve Arkunlar.
Courageous Colours and Stripes – Interview with Angela Missoni, photography by Aslı Türker.
Cities & Desires – A photo essay by Nick Hannes, text by Onur Uygun.
Yellow – Short story by Sema Kaygusuz, translation by Maureen Freely, artwork by Jenni Hiltunen.
…and many more.
Contributors: 212 Magazine – Issue 8
Alexandra von Fuerst, Anna Cofone, Aslı Türker, Ayşim Özgür, Callo Albanese, Clara Potter, Çağlar Bıyıkoğlu, Duygu Demir, Ellen Kooi, Ekin Çekiç, Etgar Keret, Evrim Altuğ, Gizem Ünsalan, Harvey Waller, Jean-Blaise Hall, Jennae Quisenberry, Jenni Hiltunen, Juli Mornar, Julia Asaro, Ke Huang, Lisa Lahovic, Lukas Muti, Mattie White, Maureen Freely, Maurizio Caruso, Mircea Suciu, Muhsin Akgün, Nataliya Turnova, Nick Hannes, Onur Aymete, Onur Uygun, Ouka Leele, Paolo Terzi, Rachel Thomas, Sema Kaygusuz, Siyan Chen, Szilveszter Makó, Timi Letonja, Tom Hope, Tommaso Barsali, Vanessa Icareg, Yiğit Tuna, Yu Cai, Zeynep Erekli.
212 magazine is a new biannual publication from Istanbul. It contains short fiction and long-form reportage; distinctive photo essays and revealing interviews. Even though it was born in the city where east meets west (as the love-worn cliche goes), the magazine seeks to transcend the loaded dichotomies of Istanbul’s favourite metaphor, and extends its gaze far beyond the region. The name “212” comes from the area code for Istanbul, but it also happens to be the area code for New York – a piece of misdirection that’s characteristic of the magazine’s ethos: as soon as you try too hard to close in on your subject it has a habit of defying you. Rather than pigeonholing ideas into narrow parameters, 212’s contributors trace connections that will surprise and delight. Each issue is centred around a loose theme – the first is Strange Days. 212 aims to be as challenging as it is influential – to provide an inclusive space for ideas and perspectives to mix without prejudice and better interrogate social, artistic and cultural phenomena from the region and around the world.
148 pages, 28 x 38 cm, 900 grams