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Pfeil Magazine #17

233 x 330mm, 68 pages
London, UK
Editor: Anja Dietmann
Design: JMMP, Julian Mader, Max Prediger
Publisher: Montez Press

Pfeil was conceived as an exhibition in print form, its pages adding up to an imagined gallery for artists to display their work—photography, essays, illustration, fiction and more—in response to single worded theme. For this issue, it's High:

From bottom to top and back again, this issue is dedicated to the motif High, with all its connected meanings. We encounter physical, mental, and social states of up and down, high and low, how they relate to each other and yet constantly contradict. Inside are tales of drug history, addiction, the reproduction crisis, hopes and disappointments, radiation with benefits, high-pitched dolphin tones, and even a frightened cupcake.

On the Journal, At work with Anja Dietmann:
‘The magazine was founded because we were searching for new exhibition places in Hamburg while studying. Then the idea came up instead of doing an actual exhibition, we do a printed one in the format of a magazine which can be brought to different places.’
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