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Dune Vol. 002 n. 001 – "Fragment"

In the third Issue of DUNE Journal, the Fragment is examined in terms of its relations with the culture of design and the visual arts and the journal hosts a wide range of interpretations of its theme, pursuing an idea of crossing disciplinary boundaries that lies at the root of the editorial adventure. Fashion, design and visual culture have retained their central position but in open and constant dialogue with other languages and other forms of expression.


On cover: Garbage Core, Giovanni Nordio and Gregorio Nordio with Alessia Gunawan, Sneak Peek, 2021. Series of scans. Courtesy and © Garbage Core. Special project conceived for Dune.


Discover the publication by purchasing your copy and unpublished content by following @dunejournal Instagram channel.
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In the third Issue of DUNE Journal, the Fragment is examined in terms of its relations with the culture of design and the visual arts and the journal hosts a wide range of interpretations of its theme, pursuing an idea of crossing disciplinary boundaries that lies at the root of the editorial adventure. Fashion, design and visual culture have retained their central position but in open and constant dialogue with other languages and other forms of expression.


On cover: Garbage Core, Giovanni Nordio and Gregorio Nordio with Alessia Gunawan, Sneak Peek, 2021. Series of scans. Courtesy and © Garbage Core. Special project conceived for Dune.


Discover the publication by purchasing your copy and unpublished content by following @dunejournal Instagram channel.


Dune "Fragment" Contents Index:

Pier Vittorio Tondelli’s Imagery in the Illustrated Pages of Un Weekend Postmoderno. Toward an Aesthetics of the Fragment in the 1980s by Gianbattista Contini
Fragmentation and Integration: Stairway to Europe by Sebastiano Fabbrini
WUNDeROBE Parings from a Brokerage Cabinet by Caterina Cristina Fiorentino
“To the Naked Eye, They Look like Shoulder Pads.” Fragments of Fashion in Counter and Nefarious Clothing Practices by Ricarda Bigolin
Tender and Morbid. The Fossil as Project by Luca Trevisani
A Photographic Fragment of Transnational Fashion: Claude Lévi-Strauss’s Snapshot of Avenida São João, Central São Paulo, 1937 by Elizabeth Kutesko
Eternally Shifting Dualisms by Rafael Kouto and Giada Olivotto
Sneak Peek by Garbage Core, Giovanni Nordio and Gregorio Nordio with Alessia Gunawan
Fragments, Traces and Belongings: Archives and the Power of Productive Doubt by Ellen Sampson 

Bilingual publication: English, Italian, 160 pp.