TECHNO magazine is an attempt to combine analogue editorial thinking with the possibillites of digital publishing.
The 100 page magazine compiles essays, photo series and interviews circling around the theme of technical advances since the invention of the internet and their impacts on both society and the individual. Split in three chapters, the magazine looks back at the beginning of the internet, the promises and dangers of the digital utopia, focuses on todays phenomena of digital communication and online dating, and dares to propose a speculative outlook into the future.
The website, developed in collaboration with Lulu Mendelova, aims to translate the editorial design onto the screen in a way that is designed more deliberately than a usual blog or text website, exploring the possibility of integrating media such as sound, video or gif animations.
TECHNO1 was conceived as my bachelor’s project at Hochschule für Künste Bremen in 2015 and released at Kammer 36 on September 29th, 2015. It was also shown at JA16 as well as boum – best of unpublished magazines during EDCH coference in Munich, March 2018. Have a closer look here.