Timglaset #2 The Psychogeography of Imaginary Cities

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Some of the inspiration provided for this issue was Judith Schalansky’s novel Atlas of Remote Islands, the back cover of Laura Nyro’s album New York Tendaberry, Träsket by Kristian Petri (book), James Ferraro, Global Lunch (song), Ben Katchor’s Julius Knipl, Real Estate Photographer (cartoon), Tlön, Uqbar, Orbis Tertius by Jorge Luis Borges (story), Johannus Arpensium’s Ostend (Invisible Cities) (song), Mark Hollis’ Thamesmead project (artworks), Viktor Rosdahl’s Bröllopsnatt på SKF (painting), Paulina Pietilä, Trappa 1 (painting), the rooftop scene from Paris Nous Appartient by Jacques Rivette, Danny the Street (comics character), childhood memories of Kronprisentorget, Malmö.

Editor: Joakim Norling
Designed by: HollisArt

Contributors:
Ingemar Breithel, Dolly Dolly, Jonas Ellerström, Elias Hillström, Mark Hollis, Mattias Holmberg, Joakim Norling, Eddie Spex, Robin Tomens.

This issue of Timglaset included a custom-made postcard with a download code for Det andra Malmö by Testbild!,a musical portrait of vanishing vistas of Malmö, photographs by Rattigan Glumphoboo and a film by Kolja Ogrumov.

Edition of 100, 32 pages, full colour digital print

SOLD OUT

Download a free pdf of this issue

Download Det andra Malmö by Testbild! for free (or pay whatever you like)

The release party was held at Östervärns antikvariat & bokhandel, Malmö and included the first screening of Det andra Malmö by Kolja Ogrumov featuring the music of Testbild! Other highlights included a recorded version of Ernst Jandl’s poem Bericht über Malmö.

Watch Det andra Malmö by Kolja Ogrumov, with music by Testbild! and photos by Rattigan Glumphoboo.

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