The Tension Issue

According to Wilhelm Reich, it’s the tension between the outer armor and the inner turmoil that links fashion and fascism – the border on which D E R Z E I T is certainly operating. – With us is Joachim Bessing, who dives off a boat full of Prada into an ocean of violence; Rachel Blatt, who pokes at the void in Barbara Bloom’s Presence; a firey fetish; semi-analogue explosions at Tempelhof; Nina Trippel’s visit to the knit-swaddled atelier of Boessert/Schorn; catwalk reviews, and other orgastic impotence. – Our bladder’s about to burst. After the final spill, who’s gonna be around to clean up? – the D E R Z E I T team

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