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Luca Di Fabio - July 28, 2020

LETTER FROM THE FOUNDER

LETTER FROM THE FOUNDER

Mundane is one year old. It’s a new day, it’s a new dawn, it’s a new life for us; and we’re feeling…pessimistic. 

How come that in our anniversary issue, a supposedly joyous and festive occasion, we chose a word such as pessimism as our opening act? A fair question. Allow me to explain myself, starting with an anecdote.

A few weeks back, I was sitting at a bar having a drink when someone approached my booth, sat down, and without even saying their name, said: “I swear to God if my friends don’t show up soon, I’m gonna go home and masturbate!”

Quite the opening line, wouldn’t you agree? So powerful that it inspired this entire issue.

LETTER FROM THE FOUNDER

Mundane was born to highlight and glorify originality.

Individuality is our war cry, and all of you horny, stylish, and edgy freaks in the arts, music, and cultural community are our fabulous weapons.

However, after a whole year of roaming the creative hallways of the arts’ palaces, we realized that originality is in serious danger. We live in a world where everything is fast. Yet we are so far from each other, no matter how much closer we get.

Technology created a virtual reality where we can all tell each other how sad and lonely we are in a matter of seconds. In the meantime, we are forgetting how to talk to each other in real life, and we would rather stay home and watch porn on a Friday night than engage in meaningful conversation (or sexual intercourse, for that matter).

"You Are Enough."

Well, you are not. You are not capable of anything. You are limited. We all are. That’s our power. That’s why we are starting the second year of Mundane with pessimism. It’s only by acknowledging our limits that we unleash our creative power.

So enough with the delusion of being enough. Enough with the positivity and the unconditional support. Let’s challenge ourselves. Let’s be provocative. Let’s embrace the abnormal instead of normalizing it.

Because at the end of the day, that’s where art comes from: discomfort.

Enjoy the issue,

Luca Di Fabio
Founder | Editor in Chief
Mundane Magazine

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