Over the last decades Modernism has turned from a pragmatic concept into a lifestyle of its own. Thus Mods today are no longer necessarily 17-year-olds wearing parkas, riding scooters and listening to The Who. They can be anything from the aforementioned to sophisticated, grey-haired hipsters.
The international Mod Scene has evolved and today comprises a plethora of modern interpretations of what the original Mods were about. The Scene aims to reflect this diversity while sticking to the everlasting ideal of smartness in any respect conceivable.
The Scene covers all aspects of 21st century Modernism, providing reports and comments on anything considered Mod - bands, arts, fashion, architecture or philosophy. However, without support and help the Mod Calendar can no longer be kept up-to-date. Please refer to the Forum to find out about Events and parties! We'll try to keep the zine section alive though!
This is no time for doubts, arrogance, sectarianism or narrow-mindedness, but for passion, co-operation, committment and self-confidence!
If you are open-minded and smart enough to want to find out more about Modernism in the 21st century make your choice.
[if your state of mind disables you of accepting a lifestyle based on aesthetic ideals this is entirely your problem, not ours].