Extra Extra, Issue 21
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Extra Extra is a magazine for erotic encounters, drawn against a vibrant urban décor. Extra Extra provides a platform for sensual modern life, where curiosity, tenderness and exaltation come together. It’s a place where city stories bridge differences and inspire dialogue and aesthetic enjoyment.
Extra Extra honors the vital way intimacy guides our daily life and promotes a conscious way of conducting your life, in an open, curious, self-assured manner.
Extra Extra is a creative dream of city life where art, music, writing, fashion and food touch upon our daily reveries through the inner city. We celebrate the erotic tones of creative endeavors, with a witty and sophisticated eye. We interview creative city dwellers who dare to share the sensual fantasies that can be encountered in their work. The magazine dedicates space to short fictions by established and emerging writers from over the globe. A broad selection of artist contributions further explores dimensions of eroticism.
In this issue:
Behind the firm squeeze of a leather-clad hand, issue 21 of Extra Extra awaits. Inside, we embrace the sounds of the city with director Ryusuke Hamaguchi, who speaks with curator Julian Ross about the sensory experience of language and the voice as a crucial transmitter of feeling. Curator Natasha Hoare delves into the spectacular world of artist Pipilotti Rist, where sensation is central and joy is a radical driving force. In our recurring feature ‘The Protagonist of the Erotic,’ writer Elianna Kan whirlwinds us through the oeuvre of iconic filmmaker Alejandro Jodorowsky. In this grotesque and bodily carnival, we are confronted with an unwavering lust for life. And we explore a different, steamy kind of lust in our eight new blazingly erotic short stories.
Architecture editor Nick Axel hears from Markus Bader of Raumlabor, a group building relations just as much as structures, creating spaces where collective imagining can thrive. We follow curator Christina Li through the humid, salty and neon-lit streets of Hong Kong, while writer Sharyfah Bhageloe treats us to a sumptuous selection of mouthwatering food in ‘News From Home,’ fusing flavour and pleasure into bite-sized encounters. Also in this issue, Cesar Majorana muses on flavour and body in the world of wine and Yelena Moskovich studies the figure-kissing catsuit, all amidst the spellbinding works of Tom Hsu, Jodi Bieber, Paul Kooiker and Aysen Kaptanoglu.
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