ISSUE #1 – ART, FASHION &  SCIENCE magazine – part of Diana Wehmeier’s diploma project U.S.S. PLASMA 8105

Diana Wehmeier’s space ship U.S.S. PLASMA 8105 is a room installation, which moves the viewer through a science fictional alternate universe. Cinematic memories, motifs and nostalgia are brought into question, using cinematic moments that we have all been conscious of since the beginning of cinema. Additionally there is a booklet, the PLASMA Magazine, with productions à la Rodney Graham, deploying some of the irony of the 80s retro style.

editor in chief/creative director  Diana Wehmeier
publisher  Denise Walther
layout advice  Karl Kowalke
fashion Alexandra Börner
Baldauf & Baldauf / Matthias Blumhagen / Arina Essipowitsch / Dominique Hille / Karl Kowalke / Vivien Schlecht / Robert Vanis + many more
Alexander Bock – Max Planck Institute of Plasma Physics
Roland Huschke – Süddeutsche, GQ, Me.Movies
Dr. Carsten Mahrenholz  – The Leibniz Institute for Plasma Science and Technology
Prof. Dr. Lutz Wisotzki – Leibniz Institute for Astrophysics Potsdam

motto distribution
Büchers Best, Dresden

Language: German
Pages: 64
Size: 20.5 x 29.5 cm
Weight: 306 g
Binding: Softcover

Edition of 250
ISBN: 978-3-00-0500079-7