Has Spine, April 1999
Dedicated to strange spaces, this issue delves into forgotten worlds. The revolutionary TV producer and writer Debbie Geller revisits her memories of time spent in an orgone box. Beirut and Mexico are investigated at the turn of the century and Simon Leigh’s images of interiors illuminate the overlooked corners of our domestic dwellings. Elsewhere, Stephen Gill captures Poland’s high-society partygoers, editor in chief Masoud Golsorkhi explores the relevance of photojournalism and one of fashion’s longstanding visionaries Hussein Chalayan is interviewed.