Hard Cover, German, Staple Binding, 20 Pages, 2009
Texts by Johanna Billing, Christian Nae, Christian Jendreiko, William Tyler, and James Merle Thomas. Photos by Jörg Koopmann. Collages by Martin Fengel
Apparent Extent is a fanzine and a record label. First a record label then a fanzine, because I discovered that the musicians and artists on my way are not only producing incredible music but also are amazing writers, this combined with two photograpers I have worked with over the past (Jörg Koopmann and Martin Fengel) I decided to put together some sort of readers digest. Johanna Billing from Stockholm discusses her latets film project with Christian Nae from Romania. Christian Jendreiko comes up with a fresh solution to tune a guitar to enjoy the pleasure of chromalodic music. James Merle Thomas introduces composer/cellist/disco producer Arthur Russell and his curatorial project "Sorry, but this is how I learn." Martin Fengel - originally a photographer - collects all inpromptu collage work for apparent extent and Jörg Koopmann finds a series of photos with the subject "Martin Fengel in Kolkata, India"