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032c Magazine Issue #43 – Summer 2023: "CULTURE CRISIS. Therapies for the confused": Lil Uzi Vert

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There may be nothing truly new under the sun, but the allure of novelty continues to haunt us with each passing season, an endlessly recurring phenomenon. For those bewildered by the past being referred to as the present, the 032c Issue #43 by VICTORIA CAMBLIN and NICHOLAS KORODY (Magazine.Capital) offers a therapeutic exploration to restore order and clarity. Meanwhile, LIL UZI VERT immerses us in a piña colada-scented vape experience while engaging in a ritualistic performance on a trampoline, as captured by JASON NOCITO and STEPHANIE PEREZ (both featured in this issue), and imparts wisdom to CASSIDY GEORGE on finding truth in culture. Another article delves into the legacy of PLAYBOY, questioning whether the iconic bunny still symbolizes misogyny or represents pleasure for all. MAHFUZ SULTAN showcases painter MICHEL MAJERUS, whose exploration of Y2K anxieties remains remarkably contemporary. In an urban ruin, SEBASTIÁN FAENA and RAS BARTRAM take us on a dreamlike journey with MONA TOUGAARD and VITTORIA CERETTI. MAX FARAGO and RAS BARTRAM capture moments of relaxation in Dior Tears, while CALI DEWITT engages in a heartfelt conversation with his old friend TREMAINE EMORY about overcoming life's adversities – a process philosopher BRUNO LATOUR explains requires the establishment of a new cosmology. Yet, this optimism may not resonate with science fiction writer PETER WATTS, who discussed real-life aliens with HANS ULRICH OBRIST. On the other hand, artist DOZIE KANU, striking a pose for CASPER SEJERSEN and ELLIE GRACE CUMMING, asserts the importance of transcending boundaries. And speaking of extraterrestrial realms, ESTELLE HOY introduces us to the enigmatic world of KLÁRA HOSNEDLOVÁ, where VITALI GELWICH and RAS BARTRAM are welcomed into her sanctuary.

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There may be nothing truly new under the sun, but the allure of novelty continues to haunt us with each passing season, an endlessly recurring phenomenon. For those bewildered by the past being referred to as the present, the 032c Issue #43 by VICTORIA CAMBLIN and NICHOLAS KORODY (Magazine.Capital) offers a therapeutic exploration to restore order and clarity. Meanwhile, LIL UZI VERT immerses us in a piña colada-scented vape experience while engaging in a ritualistic performance on a trampoline, as captured by JASON NOCITO and STEPHANIE PEREZ (both featured in this issue), and imparts wisdom to CASSIDY GEORGE on finding truth in culture. Another article delves into the legacy of PLAYBOY, questioning whether the iconic bunny still symbolizes misogyny or represents pleasure for all. MAHFUZ SULTAN showcases painter MICHEL MAJERUS, whose exploration of Y2K anxieties remains remarkably contemporary. In an urban ruin, SEBASTIÁN FAENA and RAS BARTRAM take us on a dreamlike journey with MONA TOUGAARD and VITTORIA CERETTI. MAX FARAGO and RAS BARTRAM capture moments of relaxation in Dior Tears, while CALI DEWITT engages in a heartfelt conversation with his old friend TREMAINE EMORY about overcoming life's adversities – a process philosopher BRUNO LATOUR explains requires the establishment of a new cosmology. Yet, this optimism may not resonate with science fiction writer PETER WATTS, who discussed real-life aliens with HANS ULRICH OBRIST. On the other hand, artist DOZIE KANU, striking a pose for CASPER SEJERSEN and ELLIE GRACE CUMMING, asserts the importance of transcending boundaries. And speaking of extraterrestrial realms, ESTELLE HOY introduces us to the enigmatic world of KLÁRA HOSNEDLOVÁ, where VITALI GELWICH and RAS BARTRAM are welcomed into her sanctuary.
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