Since the beginning of the project, it has been important to us to produce a physically tangible print medium in addition to a website. Our goal in producing the magazine, several postcards and various stickers was to help the Urban Glitch gain presence in public space as the result of a thought experiment. This made it possible to inject the urban glitch into our environment through well-known media. With issue number 47 of the magazine - which suggests the existence of previous issues - we were able to publish content without any final claim to completeness and to specifically use the design elements of a recurring magazine for our own benefit. The wording as an edition with a focus on Linz is intended to make it clear that the view of the built environment as a mouthpiece for underlying system processes can also be used in any other city. The invented magazine format made it possible to take on the role of a fictitious editorial team not based in Linz and to criticize the existing Linz's urban development concept from an outside position that is new to us.
The magazine was produced at the Linz University of Art (in-house riso printing). Similar to screen printing, a stencil is created for each individual printing color. Further information about the printing process and the images used can be found at Visualization.
The contents of the magazine represent an excerpt of our work. All contents - some in expanded form and with additional images - can be found at Research and essays, Glitch collection and Glitch in focus.
The following PDF and the print version are only available in German. As stated above, all content is available online. Please note that these were automatically translated!
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