Phone Street Photography – Film Emulation – Sweet Lou Collab

Oh oh wait sorry that’s the wrong tape there we go hello no you know noe’s fans followers subscribers this is going great right off the bat I know you’re really into that vintage 80s vapor wave aesthetics so I thought what was more vaporwave than a cassette player and granted an 8-track but I […]

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#ArtAward | Jurymitglied Soufeina “tuffix” Hamed – Visual Arts

The chance to express things that annoy me, things I’m keen about without having to use many words, without having to live up to somebody’s expectations but simply representing what is going on inside and what I want to process. I have tried out all sorts of different styles, I have tried out manga, oil […]

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History & the Arts – Postmodernism: Design in a Nutshell (6/6)

Post modernism began at precisely 3 pm March the 16th 1972. Modernism had failed or at least that’s what the postmodernists believed. Modernists had spent much of the 20th century trying to forge a better world inspired by science and universal truths. To them less was more. To postmodernists less was a bore. They believed […]

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How Childish Gambino’s ‘Guava Island’ Movie Was Made And What It Means

Alana: One of the biggest Coachella moments this year wasn’t a live performance. “Guava Island,” a short film produced by Donald Glover and starring Rihanna, aired at the festival, and the full movie hit Amazon Video a few days later. Now, there was talk of this Rih and Glover collab awhile back when pictures of […]

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‘To Instill a Love for Them’: Plant Cinematography and Botanical Ethics (ASLE Ecomedia)

Hello and my thanks to the organisers of the ASLE online symposium and to the other presenters on this panel ‘Plants and the Nonhuman’. I’m John Ryan based in Australia at the University of New England and the University of Western Australia. I’m going to speak on the topic ‘To Instill a Love for Them: […]

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Tales of a Teenage Filmmaker | Zachary Maxwell | TEDxSpokane

Translator: CJ Maxwell Reviewer: Queenie Lee Hello, everybody. It’s great to be here on stage at TEDxSpokane. (Cheers) (Applause) That’s encouraging. I’m really nervous right now. But let me explain by telling you a little bit about myself and my story. I’ve always considered myself as having two different identities. The first and more natural […]

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