Nicolas Haeni – And if we dance?
“This magazine contains the remedy for boredom: the boredom suffered by this generation of bourgeois left-wingers or golden youth who lack nothing and who, to make their daily lives more exciting, create new games, delusions and costumes... With all the necessary self-mockery, you offer a solution to passivity, perhaps a new way for the people concerned to express themselves, to rebel or to find a space/time in which the freedom to do as they please allows them to blossom. It's also a way of saying no to work, to the lucrative activity that society wants us to take part in. So man does everything he can to avoid toil, and seeks to create new excuses to escape it by devising new diversions. He sets up this new universe using society's material environment. Doing nothing is also a form of revolt, an opposition to the established system. And the act of creating gives human beings the possibility of realizing themselves, of satisfying their deepest fantasies.“