At the time of the digital Middle Ages, where everything is there but nothing remains, t-mag goes against the trend, becoming something tangible and real.
The leitmotif of the magazine is music, a powerful and unparalleled means of expression (sentimental even before communicative) which, poured out on paper, meets and collides with art, giving life to an editorial experiment in which creativity becomes a living and concrete.
In the pages of this magazine founded by Tatiana Tardio, we speak, therefore, of music, but also of art in its most varied forms and facets and, again, of fashion, to deepen and explore with new eyes and renewed curiosity a theme that is different every time .
Dimensions: 23 x 31.5 cm
Number of pages: 127
Language: Italian and English
ISSUE 8 - DREAMING
Accompanied by Gigi Masin's playlist, Biosphere, John Beltran and many more - selected for you by the eclectic DJ and selector Dr Rubinstein - you will discover stories, characters and images that bring to light the language of dreams.
The eighth issue of T-Mag leads us to the discovery of hopes, prohibitions; of all unknown dimensions that still make us wonder.
In this number:
- Artificial Humanism introduced us to the reality of Benjamin Koren, multimedia artist pioneer of the aesthetics of data in an exclusive interview where we talk about Archive Dreaming, about how artificial intelligence and dreams can coexist.
- DJ and producer Ellen Allien talks about herself in an intimate interview, with words and images that represent a free and aware artist that one of the most important things is "see people dreaming of escaping from their cage.”
- You will discover the history of the Italian dream of the 90s of progressive house music, through the words of Francesco Farfa. When Italy was the model to follow, beyond the borders, even of reality.
- And more interviews with Ferruccio Belmonte, Giacomo Infantino, Giuseppe Virelli, Iva Lulashi, Perfume Genius, Thomas Constantin, Walter Van Beirendonck