StopMakingSense: movement exposition


The Lomogrpahy Embassy in Chile invites the lomographic community to be part of the first edition of STOP MAKING SENSE; a photographic exhibition which seeks to capture "movement" in a urban context.


the idea
The Lomography Embassy in Chile and the collective CityPulse joined to bring you a series of exhibitions that highlight the value of Lomography as a photographic movement and philosophy, to portray urban life in a daily, fresh and direct way.

the first exhibition
This first edition of this collaboration is under the theme “movement”. The idea is to explore the vertigo of modern cities, generated not only by the constant movement of its inhabitants, but also in the daily pulse of their structures and how they coexist with nature.

The results of this first call will be a photographic exhibition at Gallery MORO, between December 2009 and January 2010 in Santiago de Chile.

be part of this initiative!
To take part please send us your best 5 lomographs that represent “movement” in the cities in the most creative and spontaneous way.

deadline – 29 of November
size – Archives for the preselection should be between 500kb and 1Mb. BUT if you are selected you will have to send a high resolution copy of that photo (over 5Mb).
info – Give the following information with each picture:

  • Complete Name
  • Email adress
  • Title of the photography
  • Lomography Camera used
  • Film used
  • Developing process used

for more details don’t hesitate to contact:
Cristóbal Valdés
Lomography Embassy Store Santiago: Av. Providencia 2124, local 06.
Phone: +56 2 2326647

written by sumsi on 2009-11-16 in #news #movement #stop-making-sense #competition #santiago #lomography-embassy-chile #movimiento #exhibition #city-pulse


  1. northwardnimbus
    northwardnimbus ·

    talking heads!

  2. juanpablo
    juanpablo ·

    Me parece fantástica la idea, haré lo posible por participar en esta convocatoria.
    que simpático que esto salga aquí.

  3. iaki
    iaki ·


  4. pctrl
    pctrl ·

    ЛOMO ON!
    VIVA CHILE!!!!

  5. coca
    coca ·


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