The Yogurt’s flavours are a biannual publication by Yogurt Magazine
[…] Bad Taste flavour is a metalinguistic provocation.
This issue aims at being an overture of aesthetic spites, a celebration
of kitsch and the grotesque. It aims at putting a cynical focus
on the sleaziness, bad habits, excesses and disturbing anomalies of a
hypertrophic, nauseated and, at times, nauseating society.
In mapping the bad taste, it tries not to impose any ethical filter to the
submitted works, all the more reason in such a hypercritical contemporary
context, where the application of mass morals, often arbitrary,
reminds more of a guillotine in a town square rather than the do-gooding
and moderate reprimand of a “good family man”.
Through this Yogurt flavour, we hope to carry out an exorcism,
where the aesthetics of bad taste, in its sophistication, become more
acceptable or, why not, necessary. […]
Extract from Bad Taste editorial
What is Mojo?
Is it “Malombra”?
Is it a hateful gaze?
Or the invisible spying on you?
Is it that shiver down your spine in an empty room?
The fear? The night?
A sorcery spell that bewitches everything around?
Mojo is an amulet.
It defends us from all this.
In its next flavour, Yogurt aims to explore this kind of suggestions.
Therefore, the theme of the new call is the shadow, the magic, the unknown, the unexpected, the misfortune, our deepest fears, but also everything that haunts and disturbs us in our everyday life. Mojo evokes obscurity and traps it in its pages to protect us from what we fear.