Articles

  • New York Collages: Time by John Clang

    written by supastah2003 on 2012-04-15 in #news
    New York Collages: Time by John Clang

    With his series "Time", John Clang creates a very special picture of room and time. His works show how different timelines get together at a particular place. The surroundings stay the same but the people change this environment.

  • The 25th European Media Art Festival Set from 18th to 22nd of April

    written by supastah2003 on 2012-04-13 in #news
    The 25th European Media Art Festival Set from 18th to 22nd of April

    For 25 years, the European Media Art Festival (EMAF) has been taking place in Osnabrueck, in Lower Saxony. The EMAF is firmly established in the world of art and media and opens the doors from 18th to 22nd of April 2012. Lots of artists, installations, and films will make it another unique event everybody into Media Art should visit.

  • La Défense: the Other Side of Paris

    written by supastah2003 on 2012-02-29 in #world #locations
    La Défense: the Other Side of Paris

    Throughout the world, Paris is well known as the city of love. But there is at least one totally different place that is worth to be visited. In western Paris, right after passing the Seine, you enter a whole new world - it's name is "La Défense". The district is quite famous for it's architecture and office buildings and last but not least, for a feeling of déjà vu - but we will get back to that later on. Take a journey to the wonderful world of La Défense.

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  • Recycle Your Film Canisters and Always Have Everything at Hand

    written by supastah2003 on 2011-08-27 in #gear #tipster
    Recycle Your Film Canisters and Always Have Everything at Hand

    We all have film canisters lying around all over. But what to do with them? Here's how to turn them into "always at hand" containers. It's quickly done, easy and puts the canisters to a good use.

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  • Analog meets LED

    written by supastah2003 on 2011-06-03 in #gear #tipster
    Analog meets LED

    Want to try out even more light painting but simply can't find suitable light sources in your house? Then transform your modern light into something simple with some adhesive tape and a film canister, which we all have, and you are ready to go.

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