IANN vol.5 Growing Up



03 Introduction
04 Kenshu Shintsubo Fluid / Girl
22 Hein-kuhn Oh Cosmetic Anxiety
36 Soody Sharifi Teenagers & She/He
46 Suk-kuhn Oh Paragons of Teens
56 Judith van IJken Mimicry
66 Takashi Homma TOKYO TEENS
82 Interviews & Essays
106 Contributors
Booklet Heinz Peter Knes Eva / Mirjam


“Youth is present only when its presence is a problem, or is regarded as a problem.” - Dick Hebdige

There is a subtle difference between the terms “growing up” and “grown up.” In general, if “growing up” is a state of self-formation,
of going forward amidst continuous change, “grown up” is that of self-realization whereby the changes ripen and become complete.
If puberty can be understood as an incomplete period, physically and mentally, then adolescents are in that “growing up”phase
whereby it is only natural that they appear unstable or ambiguous.As a result, their provocative acts of change — the overflow
of individuality or showmanship — often risk becoming the object of restriction or censorship for the simple reason that they
lack a sense of identity. But what is the criterion for judging whether one is “growing up” or already “grown up”? As mentioned
by Dick Hebdige, when we take away our prejudiced gaze from our youth, how then is it present?...


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