FOKUS | GEWALT
Buch: FOKUS | GEWALT
Die Portraitserie FOKUS.GEWALT der Berliner Fotografin Sulamith Sallmann ist eine künstlerische Meditation, die in ihrer prozesshaften Annäherung an ein komplexes Phänomen die (Er-) Lebenswirklichkeit individueller Gewalterfahrung abbilden und verstehen möchte.
Das Fotobuch Fokus Gewalt, 44 Seiten, Softcover ist unter folgender Adresse zum Preis von € 10,- zu bestellen:
Sulamith Sallmann: sulamithsallmann [at] web [dot] de bzw. 030 499 11 401
Und unter Sulamith-Sallmann.de
Buch: FOKUS | GEWALT
In light of the production of my new radio play, I have a collaborative call to action. Respond if you like…
Let me present to you (in German) the new episode of “Alles im Kasten” – a video series about photography by Berlin based photographer Sulamith Sallmann.
In this episode we visit a fountain in Berlin.
I proudly present some easy listening electro pop music song of mine (and my band project called more music) called “south sailing”. I hope you enjoy…
The song was prominently used in Sulamith Sallmann’s Vlog “Alles im Kasten” (German)
Let me present to you a new film series (in German though) about photography I am producing with my partner (in life, crime and art) Sulamith Sallmann. In this series we will explore techniques and ideas about shooting and producing better photos and learn about the inner working of a female photographer… I hope you enjoy – and share if you car, spread the love.
Also the song used for the intro is my new song called “south sailing”. The (also) new clip can be seen here >>
You can participate in my new piece of art. Add your input via Twitter or facebook or commentary section. Thank you for participating. The Result will be an open source net art piece, to be shown here and in an exhibition in Berlin later this year.
“connect”, 1200x1200px, 2014
This is an homage of some sort to one of the most important contemporary artists there is: Banksy. I appreciate his impetus and his work and since there is no way of contacting him since nobody knows who he is, this is my feedback… I don’t know how to spray things but if you know how, go ahead, there is no copy-anything on this one.
Glitch Artists Collective #foodfight Nov.14 contest, subject “potluck”. My submission “hunger_vs_food abundance”. Google image search first usable open source picture “hunger” and “food abundance”. Layered, cropped, done.
hunger vs. food abundance
I love my glitch art community. Especially the free and open Glitch//Request on facebook. So many people share art and knowledge for the fun of it.
“glitch_me_02_Meg Gomer” glitch 4th°, 2014
“glitch_me_04_Josh Herman” glitch 4th°, 2014
“glitch_me_07_Dominic Eastridge” glitch 4th°, 2014
“glitch_me_08_Amber Stoller” glitch 4th°, 2014
“glitch_me_05_Ayla Marie” glitch 4th°, 2014
“glitch_me_03_Shahla Brooke” glitch 4th°, 2014
“glitch_me_09_Abiosis Duetiri Kite” glitch 4th°, 2014
“glitch_me_01_Giuss Ragazzini” glitch 4th°, 2014
“glitch_me_06_Silvia Romanelli” glitch 4th°, 2014
This is why I eagerly participate in it. Here, I wanted to show some results. The logic is simple. Go to the fb group, post an image and get glitched… Hope to collect more over time so stay tuned or contact me for your personal glitch.
“The Battle for Kobane (03)” glitch 4th°, 1282x489px, 2014 (original photo AFP / photographer unknown)
“The Battle for Kobane” is a glitch art series that deals with the close relation mass media has with war. Let’s be honest: war brings us the most shocking, intense, horrifying, glorious and also beautiful images there are. You could paraphrase that war is the father (or mother) of all sujets since the earliest paintings and relief’s where about war and conflict. But that was in the old days when imagery was propaganda…
“The Battle for Kobane (02)”glitch 4th°, 850x318px, 2014 – original photo AFP / Aris Messinis
The mass-media-magnifying-glass this week focusses on Kobane. A small town in northern Syria that is only relevant to it because it is visible from a safe distance / border (with Turkey).
The Battle for Kobane (04) glitch 2nd°, 580x356px, 2014 original photo AFP / Aris Messinis
Hundreds of cities have been ravaged by fundamentalism in Syria and Iraq in these last months, no camera was present, newspapers & TV where slow to realize the tragedy that was going on. It was such a nice summer. But that’s how modern day mass media work. The need an iconic subject, a small world to exemplify and explain the big world to us…
“The Battle for Kobane (01)” glitch 4th°, 800x533px, 2014 (original photo Getty Images / photographer unknown)