about 2faced1.com

"2FACED1 is a visionary digital network,  a loose collective with members in Europe, Africa and North America, bound together by what we call ‘stereotypophobia’."



“It is all about critical questioning of what identity really is. Would you be the same person in another context? Does society have certain expectations on you based on traditional parameters like class, gender, color, sexual orientation, religious beliefs and so on? And how much do these expectations affect your so-called self? Every forward thinking person are aware of those things, its a gift which  also make you relate to other peoples struggles.”

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2FACED1 is a state of mind, 2FACED1.com is a display-window for this mindset and the network of 2FACED1 includes all of you progressive non-stereotypes with a double perspective on identity .



Decida -  Founder, Creative Director, Director (Stockholm)
Oscar Stenberg - Web, Photography (Stockholm) 
Linn Marcusson - Writer, Style Assistant (Gypsie's Mega Trip) (Stockholm) 
Spoek Mathambo - (the Zombo Blog) (Johannesburg)
Mira Bajagic - Event / Production (London)
Pernilla Philip -  Design (Amsterdam)


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New 2FACED1 Blog!

Post date Wed 5 Sep 2012 8:02 AM

You haven't missed or new Blog have you?

Over at 2FACED1 we have this idea of a Transnational identity based on the share-ability of pop culture in an Internet-connected world, where huge amounts of people also have migrated/emigrated the last century. Pop culture is, in many aspects, a phenomenon driven out of today's market capitalist economy, but we refuse to just see it as something trivial and dumbed-down for the masses. Instead we label it a common language, that at it’s best moments encourage people to create their own identity, without basing it on a specific ethnicity, nationality, gender, sexuality and class. We think pop culture contain important knowledge that just hasn't hit the Universities yet!

Welcome to the 2FACED1 State Of Mind Blog - a think tank for the ones skilled with the gift of being self aware enough to have a double folded view on identity, featuring loads of certificated 2FACED1 writers!

First out is Nathan Hamelberg's "One Love vs. Murder Music"- an article looking upon Homophobia in Jamaica as a last chain of Colonialism, while also shedding light upon common reference points between the American Gay-liberation movement and the conscious reggae and dancehall scenes. Is a more mutual understanding of the parallel histories of the movements possible?