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    Made for the magazine but not made for print: Contributions extending each issue
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    Phantom Circuit – Stories from Fokionos Negri
    Part IV: My street, or the Films I Dream of by Menelaos Karamaghiolis, p.86-88


    In order to unearth the topic of his next movie, filmmaker Menelaos Karamaghiolis has been digging into his intimate relationship with the faces and places of Fokionos Negri, bridging the gap between past and present by examining the street’s deep influence on his adult life. Through a series of potential movie ideas, which he shoots on his camera phone, Karamaghiolis sheds light on his rediscovered appreciation for Fokionos Negri.

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    LARGO TO LAGO – A PERFORMANCE BY STALKER, FILMED BY FLANEUR MAGAZINE ISSUE 04, p.23

    Francesco Careri of Rome’s architectural performance group Stalker only comes to Corso Vittorio to buy his Birkenstocks. He once dreamt of the Largo Argentina turning into a real »Lago« (Lake in Italian) Argentina. Together with the performance groups LAC and ATI-suffix, he is beginning to fill the void.

    This piece is part of the issue’s heart piece “Questione Romana”. Have fun watching our behind-the-scenes documentation. No more dry!

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    BEBETO by Matteo Zoppis & Alessio Rigo de Righi
    Issue 04, p.84

    A few kilometres from Corso Vittorio Emanuele II is a piazza bearing the same name yet the two are not connected in any way. The piazza, though an island surrounded by a street, is incomparably serene in contrast to the traffic madness of the Corso – here you can only drive in circles. It’s as if the calmness and peace that the street is missing can be found here. Piazza Vittorio Emanuele II is a mysterious place. In its centre is a locked up garden filled with ruins, cats and a strange door covered in undecipherable hieroglyphic, many attempts have been made to decode the signs but all have failed. The so called Porta Alechemica leads to nowhere, or so it seems, – but perhaps this could be the missing connection to the Corso Vittorio Emanuele II. The filmmakers begin their quest to decipher the oddities they have spotted: parrots that have just recently appeared in Rome. A colony of them lives on one of the Corso’s terraces. Lately parrots have been disappearing. Rumor has it that they vanished through the magic door. Bebeto, one of the parrots, has always been fascinated by the magic door. He seems to be the latest victim.

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    ISSUE 03, P. 108
    RECORDINGS FROM THE STREET IN A LIMITED AUDIO TAPE EDITION

    VOL 1: RUE BERNARD – RECORDINGS FROM THE STREET IN A LIMITED AUDIO TAPE EDITION by Flaneur Magazine
    ISSUE 03, p.108

    Dear Reader, 
    Flaneur has just gathered 40 minutes of never before heard field recordings, sounds and songs from Rue Bernard into a sealed plastic unit containing a length of audiotape wound on a pair of spools. Has this ever been done before?
    Recorded at Cafe Dépanneur with the help of Hotel2Tango, produced by A Pigeon (Annie Sama) and Flaneur Magazine, supported by Phonopolis and Pasalymany Tapes sponsored by Duplication. All proceeds go to the Mile End Misson on Rue Bernard.
    Go to our shop section where you can buy the actual tape and save 20% if you purchase Issue 03 + VOL.1: Rue Bernard.

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    YVES INTERIEUR EXTERIEUR by Flaneur Magazine
    Issue 03, p.7

    Sometimes Yves, the old barber of Outremont, wishes he could write his customers two bills: one for the haircut and one for the therapy. He reveals his inner self through a monologue with his mirror image,
    his outer self through the objects he subconsiously presents all over his shop: Yves Interior / Exterior. 

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    OPERAS – BLACK BIRCHES BY FABIAN SAUL, ISSUE 02 p.118-120

    Collected impressions from the street inspired the composer to create four musical pieces evolving around its stories.

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    OPERAS – GOTT ALLEIN DIE EHRE BY FABIAN SAUL, ISSUE 02 p.112-113

    Collected impressions from the street inspired the composer to create four musical pieces evolving around its stories.

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    NOT SO KANTABILE BY MALAKOFF KOWALKSI, ISSUE 01 p.89-93

    How does a street sound? How would you manifest that sound in music? A musician composed >>the sound of Kantstraße<< for Flaneur Magazine. A visual transcription in the magazine shows what he heard.