Lärm Magazine 1 - 1

Lärm #1

£11.00

The Lärm Fanzine contains a selection of 11 texts, elegantly curated and put together with surreal illustrations and distinctive black and white images. The zine is a collaborative effort, focusing on the individual perspective of the authors on recommended creations of Cluster, Robert Turman, David Lynch, Gregg Araki, Alejandro Jodorowsky... ​​Read More

The Lärm Fanzine contains a selection of 11 texts, elegantly curated and put together with surreal illustrations and distinctive black and white images. The zine is a collaborative effort, focusing on the individual perspective of the authors on recommended creations of Cluster, Robert Turman, David Lynch, Gregg Araki, Alejandro Jodorowsky and Voivod, just to name a few.

With a spotlight outside of the superficially perceived and obvious, Lärm enters the terrain of metaphysical and psychological thought topics; the selected photographies from the archives of Benedikt Eiden, as well as the illustrations of Antonio Vitolo act as a gateway to said macrocosm or terrain.


Lärm Magazine serves in no way as an overview or ­panoramic perspective on any kind of subculture or scene. It is more an attempt in offering a different, perhaps more ­psychological view on music and film, somewhere between memory and ­reality. Lärm is an expression of ­solidarity with the marginal, as a conjuring of the forgotten – a tribute to creative visions that continually tend to surprise us.

13.5 x 21 cm
Softcover
122 pages
2020
English
Lärm Magazine serves in no way as an overview or ­panoramic perspective on any kind of subculture or scene. It is more an attempt in offering a different, perhaps more ­psychological view on music and film, somewhere between memory and ­reality. Lärm is an expression of ­solidarity with the marginal, as a conjuring of the forgotten – a tribute to creative visions that continually tend to surprise us.