Contribution by Olaf Bargheer Onepointfivemillion to fifty – that , says Harald Stazol, is about the relation of his readers in 1999 to 2009. At subvision, Stazol spends his time attempting to challenge Olof Olsson’s role as the best-dressed artist and, together with other editors, publish Jan Holtmann’s “Harbour Mass” magazine (“Harbour Mass”, a somewhat hackneyed yet still valid phonological reference). subvision’s in-house breviary by noroomgallery is printed on thin packing paper and sold, wrapped around freshly backed bread, for three euros to festival visitors. And because noroomgallerist Jan Holtmann always succeeds in winning over top-class companions for his twisted event formats, several notable editors now gather around the conference table at Strandkai. We wish Harald Stazol, at the end of the 1990s the lifestyle director of the most various, at the time still well-circulated magazines, that the readership of “Harbour Mass” will increase beyond fifty. And that his not exactly restrained Helmut Berger-style can stand up to the plain black Reservoir Dog-suit worn by Olof Olsson.
HarbourMass Editorial, Harald Nicolas Stazol (right)