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Kiev Stingl was born in 1943 in Aussig a.d. Elbe in Sudetenland, from which he and his mother had to flee after the end of World War II. After having first having found refuge in Mannheim he was relocated to Hamburg in 1949, where he attended secondary school and unsuccessfully studied Politicology and Ethnology. Since 1975 he has been active as a composer, lyricist, singer, actor and performer and…
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Slowscan Vol. 52 is a collection of 10 recordings of varying length released on cassette in a hand made and silkscreened wooden box. Produced in an edition of 50 copies only (of which 10 hors commerce)…
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sold outHungry for Death was a comprehensive Destroy All Monsters exhibition at Printed Matter, New York in 2009. From there the show, curated by Cary Loren and James Hoff, toured to St Louis, Oslo, London, Rome, Lausanne, Athens, Paris and Boston. For the show at SPACE Gallery, London in 2010 a poster was designed by British artist Edwin Pouncey aka Savage Pencil. The poster was silkscreened, signed and hand numbered…

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sold outThis silkscreened reprint of a Trans-Love Energies 1967 poster was published in an edition of 75 by Bookbeat, Oak Park in 2009. Trans-Love Energies was founded in Detroit in the early 1960s as a communal living environment, but later relocated to Ann Arbor. Founded by poet and political activist John Sinclair and his then wife Leni Sinclair, one of its slogans was…

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sold outThe Fanatic was a short-lived and elusive underground magazine initiated by countercultural spearheads John Michell and William Levy in the mid-1970s. The editors, who knew each other from their work for International Times, conceived a DIY magazine for anybody to compose and publish under the umbrella of The Fanatic. “Make your own Fanatic…” it says in The…

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