Pie #02 – Trace
From average faces to extraordinary spaces, from faking affairs to chasing one’s tail.

In this issue we looked for the traces we leave behind; conceptually, spatially and historically. We sneak into Mike Tyson’s abandoned villa, visualize motion with french photographer Étienne-Jules Marey, visit ancient places and find beauty in the average.

36 pages, 400mm x 559mm, Broadsheet Newspaper, color and black and white.

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CONTRIBUTORS
Heather and Ivan Morison, Espen Dietrichson, Tim Knowles, Paul McKenzie, Danny Wills, Beni Bishop, Katie Paterson, Kumi Yamashita, David Maisel, Santiago Cucullu, Paul Gerring, Hannes Kater, The long Now Foundation, Bjorn Franke, Edition Peters, No Days Off, Anna Redman, Hinrichsen Edition, Natalie Smith, Karin Hofko, Cassander Eeftinck Schattenkerk, Maree Scarlett, Curro Claret, Rachel Sussmann, Musee Marey, Luke Chiswell, Jane McRae, Ramon Thackwell, Victoria Camplin-Welch, Alethea Nathan, Stephen Marquardt;
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Pie #04 – Failure

From the Uncanny Valley to Mount Stupid, from radioactive cats to bavarian Wolpertingers.

Pie #04 – Failure

From the Uncanny Valley to Mount Stupid, from radioactive cats to bavarian Wolpertingers.

Pie #02 – Trace

From average faces to extraordinary spaces, from faking affairs to chasing one’s tail.

Pie #02 – Trace

From average faces to extraordinary spaces, from faking affairs to chasing one’s tail.

Pie #01 – Repetition

From human copy machines to artificial infinity, from collective behaviour to the magic of TWO.

Pie #01 – Repetition

From human copy machines to artificial infinity, from collective behaviour to the magic of TWO.

Pie #00 – The Circle

From square wheel bikes to smoky rings, from big bangs to talking trees.

Pie #00 – The Circle

From square wheel bikes to smoky rings, from big bangs to talking trees.