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Best of Braga

Braga PF Reviews rocks! In the Portfolio Reviews, I saw great works from Luciana Faria Silva, Dani Pujalte & Rita Serra, Anni Hanén, Rui Diogo Castela, Silas de Paula, Jenny Rova, Carlos Heuser, Ditte Lyngkaer Pedersen, Carlos Barradas, Fernanda Chemale, Paulo Martins, Kristin Trub, Projecto PH, Emmanuel Guillaud, Laís Pontes, Adrián Portugal, Lizadie Taste, José Diniz, Gabriel Carpes, Friso Spoelstra, Jewgeni Roppel, John Thackwray, Carlos Alba, Conchi Martinez, Massimo Barberio, Inma Barrio, Miriam Stanke, Jill Quigley, Antonio Cavicchioni, and Marie-Pierre Cravedi.

Winner: Sonja Hamad
Horable Mention: Christiane Peschek

As for the books, we have chosen Mafalda Rakos’ I want to disappear as the winner, together with Senta Simond’s Keun Gui So Nyeo [Girls With Big Ears] as second, and Luján Agusti’s Un Montón de Ropa as third prize. Here are the names of all the finalists.

Thank you to all the great photographers and, of course, to Ângela Ferreira and her wonderful team!

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En Foco Releases Newly Designed Nueva Luz vol. 20:1 Spotlighting the Bronx Women’s Photo Collective

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Contact: Layza Garcia & Bill Aguado
Email address: info@enfoco.org
High-resolution images available upon request

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Bronx, NY | July 2016 – Nueva Luz vol. 20:1, the revitalized and redesigned photographic journal from En Foco is now available in print and online. As with past issues of Nueva Luz, the magazine has illustrated the provocative, the avant-garde and the perspicacious photographic prognostications and philosophies from photographers of color who probe the heart of humanity through their lens.   This newly released and rebranded special issue is no different than an exploratory probe into the human psyche of inner-space.

En Foco and by extension Nueva Luz, has always sought to include and expand the parameters of visual presentation and has challenged concepts of identity for and about photographers of color.

Curated by Juanita Lanzo and designed by Nestor Otero, this edition of Nueva Luz features three dynamic…

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Black Mountain School. Open call Residency

Black Mountain School, is an experiment in education and community in the spirit of Black Mountain College, the residence was open in May 2016. The new school, which has been founded by two North Carolina artists, is inspired by Black Mountain College, where Fuller was a key faculty member.

https://www.amazon.com/Black-Mountain-College-Experiment-Press/dp/0262518457

Black Mountain School cites extreme tuition costs, corporatized profit-driven learning, and a one-size-fits-all curriculum as the reasons to resurrect a school that embodies the principles that governed Black Mountain College. The initial two summer sessions will each offer 22 classes and run for two weeks. Reviving the same communal lifestyle at Black Mountain College, thirty instructors will live, work, and create with the students.

Classes at the school range from theoretical and text-based to hands-on and outdoors. There are no academic prerequisites for enrolling as a student, and those participating will also have the opportunity to teach if so desired. Students and guest lecturers at BMS are young and old, and come from within institutions (such as Wendy Woon from the Museum of Modern Art) and outside of them. Drawing on the original Black Mountain College, students help with different administrative tasks, while staff are free to take classes.

CLASS STRUCTURE:

When it came time to develop a framework for the curriculum at the Black Mountain School, it quickly became apparent that a flexible approach would be needed to encompass the full spectrum of learning opportunities we wanted the school to provide. The solution was to adopt a multi-tiered curriculum in which class structure varies depending on the nature of the class and the goals of both teachers and learners. Fittingly, it was nature that provided a template in the form of the four principle states of matter:

Solid courses are fixed in nature and emphasize the acquisition of concrete skills. As such Solid courses are most like conventional classes with set schedules and a sequential approach to learning. Because of these traits, Solid courses will likely require an established class roster with regular attendance.
Liquid courses are a combination of structured and self-directed learning. While Liquid courses still emphasize the roles of teacher and student, both parties are empowered (and encouraged) to collaborate with each other in defining the scope and scale of the class experience. Liquid courses are not restricted to a specific duration or roster, they take on whatever form the collective will of the class dictates.

Gas courses are experimental, free form, and student-driven learning experiences. Unlike Solid and Liquid courses, Gas courses derive their structure entirely from students, empowering them to assume the role of experts and educators on any topics or ideas they are interested in exploring. A Gas course can be a recurring activity or an impromptu event, it can be a skill-based workshop or a forum of equals.

Plasma courses are intensive, experiential, and event-based learning experiences that are intended to punctuate the Black Mountain School curriculum. Singular in nature, Plasma courses provide unique opportunities for both teachers and students to share and explore through a broad range of performances, workshops, and events.

STAFF:

Velveteen
Dylan Thadani
Anson Cyr
Amanda Wong
Rails
John Fleissner
Shea Cote
Cordelia Alquist
Ginny Benson
David Yanofsky
Faythe Levine

STUDENTS TUTITION

The cost to attend Black Mountain School is $1,600 for four weeks or $800 for two weeks. 

LET YOUR SPIRIT FREE, AND VISIT THE PAGE FOR MORE INFORMATION:

http://www.blackmountainschool.com/


 

Deadline approaching for Workshop: Photography and Knowledge. Joan Villaplana. Shanghai, 21-22 March, 2016

We continue our workshop program of IED-Madrid with Joan Villaplana, at the Central Studios in Shanghai, on March 21 and 22, 2016.

CONCEPT

The more the new technologies get in our life, the more we relate with reality through images. Today, an important part of the knowledge we obtain comes from photographs. But, does Photography really provide knowledge through its visual language? What kind of reality does Photography create, or rather, recreate? Are we moving away from reality, or are the images our new reality?

As images are playing an ever more important role in our daily life, it seems an urgent matter to revisit, and to rethink existing relations between Photography and Knowledge.

This workshop proposes to discuss about existing relations between the photographer’s (artist’s) point of view and the reality of the spectator: What is the role of the photographic medium in this encounter between the image-maker and the observer?

During the first day, participants will learn about the abstract and controversial idea of “reality” and about how new technologies have managed to re-shape this concept, once and for all.

The second day will be used for a more profound immersion into the subject of reality and knowledge in photography. Using a wide selection of works from contemporary Western photographers as examples and embodiments, the workshop will update classical theories about photography and truth. New approaches towards a more suitable theory of photography aesthetics will be presented and discussed.

 

WHO SHOULD APPLY

The workshop is addressed to both students and professionals in the field of photography: Photographers and artists in any field of photography or Publishing Sector. Graduates or students of Fine Arts, Audiovisual Communications, Publicity, Journalism, Art History, or Humanities who want to specialize in the theory and practice of Fine Art Photography.

The purpose of the workshop is to introduce assistants to the contemporary aesthetic concepts and their applicability in non-Western contexts.

Date: March 21 & 22, 2015.

Duration: 2 afternoons

 

Minimum Participants required in each workshop : 7

Maximum Participants: 30

Tuition fee: 500 RMB

To participate please write to:  a.pacifico@madrid.ied.es

 

ABOUT JOAN VILLAPLANA

Joan Villaplana Casaponsa (Manresa, Barcelona, 1976) works in photography and video.

Graduated from the Universitat Pompeu Fabra of Barcelona in Humanities, he teaches aesthetics and Fine Art Photography in the European Master of Fine Art Photography at IED (Madrid), Elisava and IDEP (Barcelona). Guest lecture at Tianjin Academy of Fine Arts. His work has been exhibited in the China Pingyao International Festival of Photography, The Central European House of Photography (Bratislava), Lumen Foundation (Budapest), Fotofestiwal (Lódz), Kaunas Photo Festival and PhotoIreland.

Villaplana’s book Metropolis was a nominee for the best Photobook award in The New York Photo Festival, 2008.

He has also contributed in newspapers and magazines such as Le Monde Diplomatique, La Vanguardia, Financial Times, The Wall Street Journal, Il Corriere della Sera, Prensa Libre, Surface, Etiqueta Negra and On Diseño.

 

Masterclass by Joan Villaplana in Pingyao, China. Sept. 21, 2015

This is part two of the workshop program in China, coorganized by IED-Madrid and EMAHO Magazine. After the its first edition at the Central Studios in ShanghaiJoan Villaplana will hold the second Masterclass on Beauty, Ugliness and the Sublime at at the Pingyao International Photography Festival, China, on Sept. 21.

CONCEPT

Beauty has been marginalized in the Western Arts for decades. In contemporary photography, Ugliness and the Romantic concept of the Sublime have been taken its place. What is our problem with beautiful images? Why do we ban them, and, could beauty recover its central position in art?

This workshop analyses the role of the Sublime in contemporary landscape and cityscapes, and questions why are we interested in the ugliness of our societies. We will also debate the Chinese conception of beauty related to the Western concept of aesthetics and image making.

During this one-day workshop, IED faculty member Joan Villaplana will analyse the basic aesthetic concepts of contemporary fine art tendencies and talk about its visual language. Working from examples of selected photographic projects, he will show current tendencies in dialogue with other media, such as traditional and contemporary painting, video and cinema.

Apart from learning about the theoretical concepts, the participants will find out which cameras and techniques are most suitable for which kind of themes: small or digital medium format? Large or small prints? Books or installations, or even video?

WHO SHOULD APPLY

The workshop is addressed to both students and professionals in the field of photography: Photographers and artists in any field of photography or Publishing Sector. Graduates or students of Fine Arts, Audiovisual Communications, Publicity, Journalism, Art History, or Humanities who want to specialize in the theory and practice of Fine Art Photography.

The purpose of the workshop is to introduce assistants to the contemporary aesthetic concepts and their applicability in non-Western contexts.

Date: September 21, 2015.

Duration: 1 day

Venue: Pingyao Festival

MATRICULATION

Minimum Participants required in each workshop : 7

Maximum Participants: 30

Tuition fee: 300 RMB / $50 / 45 Euros

To participate please write to:  a.pacifico@madrid.ied.es

ABOUT JOAN VILLAPLANA

Joan Villaplana Casaponsa (Manresa, Barcelona, 1976) works in photography and video.

Graduated from the Universitat Pompeu Fabra of Barcelona in Humanities, he teaches aesthetics and Fine Art Photography in the European Master of Fine Art Photography at IED (Madrid) and IDEP (Barcelona). His work has been exhibited in the China Pingyao International Festival of Photography, The Central European House of Photography (Bratislava), Lumen Foundation (Budapest), Fotofestiwal (Lódz), Kaunas Photo Festival and PhotoIreland.

Villaplana’s book Metropolis was a nominee for the best Photobook award in The New York Photo Festival, 2008.

He has also contributed in newspapers and magazines such as Le Monde Diplomatique, La Vanguardia, Financial Times, The Wall Street Journal, Prensa Libre, Surface, Etiqueta Negra and On Diseño.

Joan Villaplana Masterclass, at Central Studios Shanghai, 2015

Workshop with Nicolás Combarro in Manila. Deadline: May 8, 2015

The recent history of contemporary photography and the photobook has undeniably been shaped by Spanish photographers, curators and bookmakers. After the fabulous workshop with Cristina de Middel and Ricardo Cases in India, this time it will be Nicolás Combarro in Manila.

Nicolás is the man who helped Alberto García Alix include video in his work, and a curator involved in Contemporary Spanish photography. As an artist, he uses lens-based and other media in a virtuous dialog, to create installations and interventions in the public space. But most of all, he is an incredible teacher who will show students how to find their own way of expressing themselves in their art, how to go from the single image to a body of work, how to compose a coherent narrative, and how to present all this, in a professional way, to curators and the public. In other words, if you sign up for this workshop, be prepared to forget pretty much everything you knew and take some good days of rest before, because it will be very very intense.

NICOLÁS COMBARRO is coming to Manila to give a MASTERCLASS WORKSHOP from May 19-22 .

APPLY NOW UNTIL MAY 8.
LIMITED SEATS of 12.
FULL PROGRAM AT thousandfold.org/fotosemana2015-masterclassworkshop/

WHO SHOULD APPLY :

Photographers, Image-Based Artists, Designers and Curators, Practitioners in the field of the Arts, Audio-Visual Communications, New Media,  Art History, Architecture, students of Humanities and Fine Arts, both on a professional and student level.

Please send your application (portfolio and letter of interest to Amelia Pacífico, at IED Madrid: a.pacifico@madrid.ied.es

NOTE: On 21 May, Nicolás Combarro will open his SOLO EXHIBIT of photographs and sculptures at PABLO gallery in Bonifacio Global City. He will also do a book signing of “Arquitectura y Resistencia.”


Presented by Thousandfold, IED Madrid – Istituto Europeo di Design, Emaho Magazine for FOTOSEMANA MANILA. The workshop is made possible by the support of Acción Cultural Española and Embajada de España en Filipinas .
FOTOSEMANA MANILA is a Micro Festival of Contemporary Photography is the first event of its kind in Manila, Philippines, hosting one week of activities surrounding the many facets and current tendencies in local and global contemporary photography. The focus of this year is to introduce “Fotografía de Autor” and to celebrate “The Rise of the Photobook”.

MASTERCLASS WORKSHOP • PORTFOLIO REVIEWS • EXHIBIT • INTERNATIONAL PHOTOBOOK SHOWCASE • CURATED SLIDESHOWS • PUBLIC TALKS • SURPRISE FLASH BOOK LAUNCH • INDUSTRY SOIREES

FOTOSEMANA tickets and more information :
www.thousandfold.org/fotosemana2015
Event Page :
https://www.facebook.com/events/352475524960738/Facebook, Instagram and Twitter: @thousandfoldPH
‪#‎FOTOSEMANA2015‬

写真ワークショップ Photography in all it’s Glory – Workshop by Katja Stuke & Oliver Sieber. Tokyo, April 5-8, 2015

[写真ワークショップ:Workshop Photography in all it’s Glory]
ヨーロッパ・デザイン学院マドリッド校(IED Madrid) http://iedmadrid.com/
EMAHO Magazine http://www.emahomagazine.com は、カティア・ストゥーケ
http://katjastuke.de とオリバー・ジーバー http://os66.de の連続4日間の集中写真ワークショッ
プを4月5日(日)から8日(水)に東京のガーディアン・ガーデンで開催します。

The IED Madrid and EMAHO Magazine, in collaboration with Guardian Garden Gallery, launch an intensive four-day workshop with Katja Stuke and Oliver Sieberwhich will take place from April 5 to 8 in Tokyo, Japan.

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カティアとオリバーは、ヨーロッパ・デザイン学院のヨーロッパマスターコース現代写真クラスで講師を務めています。様々なリサーチやビジュアルに関する考え方だけではなく、異なる形態の出版のあり方や、現代の状況も考察しています。

http://europeanmasterphotography.iednetwork.com/portfolio/katja-stuke-and-oliver-sieber/

ワークショップでは、カティアとオリバーの作品の解説と、ANT!FOTO http://antifoto.deやANT!FOTOマニュフェストhttps://theantifotomanifesto.wordpress.comでの彼らのキュレトリアルなアプローチ方法を紹介した後、写真コンセプトの異なる見方や、写真そのものの違う捉え方、そして恊働やコラボレーションのアイデアを参加者全員とディスカッションします。ヨーロッパと日本の2つの観点から写真シーンを考え、議論します。

参加者は、それぞれカティアとオリバー(と他の参加者)に自分の作品を紹介します。一緒にコンセプトを探り議論したり、作品の見せ方や出版物として具体化する時の方法を考えます。そしてどのように写真作品を表現するのか、その可能性を探ります。最終日の夜は居酒屋で写真談義に花を咲かせましょう。

Böhm / Kobayashi http://boehmkobayashi.de は、カティア・ストゥーケとオリバー・ジーバーの2人から成るユニットで、写真家、アーティスト、キュレーター、展覧会オーガナイザー、デザイナー、アートブック編集者といった様々な顔を持ちます。彼らは自身の写真の宇宙を点々と漂っていますが、一つのアイデンティティがどこで終わり、もう一つがどこから始まっているのかを明らかにすることは常々難しい問題でした。……それにもかかわらず、アーティストそしてアートファシリテーターとしての彼らの作品や活動によって、今や非常に特殊な写真カルチャーのモデレーターとしての地位を確立しています。

フロリアン・エブナー(フォルクヴァンク美術館)

写真ワークショップ: Workshop Photography in all it’s Glory

日程:2015年4月5日(日)11:00-17:00

4月6日(月)19:10-21:30

4月7日(火)19:10-21:30

4月8日(水)19:10-21:30(合計4日間、時間は予定)

※個別の相談や、ポートフォリオレビューは、各参加者の要望に合わせて実施します。

Day 1:

11:00-13:30 カティア・ストゥーケとオリバー・ジーバーの作品を紹介します。コラボレーション、キュレーション、展覧会に関する質問を受け付けます。アート系同人誌ZINEや製本について主に話をします。

13:30–14:30 休憩(昼食)

14:30-17:00 自身の作品やWSへ参加した目的など参加者同士で自己紹介を行います。その後、ワークショップの流れと目標を説明します。

17.00-19.00キュレーターのモリッツ・ノイミュラー(Moritz Neumüller)によるポートフォリオレビューを行います。(希望者のみ)

Day 2:

日中は、参加者は写真撮影や(もしくは既にある作品イメージを選定)、印刷など、各自で作品を準備します。その間、ワークショップ講師に各自相談することも可能です。

19:10-21:30 1回目の検討とグループでの講評:各自のアプローチをプレゼンテーションし、発表された作品イメージについてグループで議論します。カティアとオリバーは、コンセプトや技術的な問題、解決方法を含めて講評します。

Day 3:

日中は、参加者は各自作品の制作を続け、各自でワークショップ講師と適宜会う機会を設けます。

19:10-21:30 2回目のグループセッション:各参加者の作品の編集や順序の配列。実現や具体化(本、ZINE、映像投影、インスタレーション、パフォーマンス、展示など)の可能性を議論します。

Day 4:

日中:作品最終調整。2回目のキュレーターのモリッツ・ノイミュラー(Moritz Neumüller)によるポートフォリオレビューを行います。(希望者のみ)

19:10–21:30 ギャラリーでそれぞれの参加者による作品のプレゼンテーション。最終講評とディスカッション。

21:30 フェアウェルパーティー

場所:ガーディアン・ガーデン http://rcc.recruit.co.jp/gg/map/index.html

参加条件:提出物 ・経歴書 ・関心のある分野についてのレター(写真の技術的な知識必須:撮影後の基本的な編集経験や映像スキルも必要)・プロジェクトポートフォリオ ・学術コーディネートチームが必要だと判断した場合、個人面談あり。

証明書:コース終了後、基準を満たした方には認定証明書を発行します。

出席:認定証明書(ディプロマ)の授与には、クラスの出席は必須です。

参加費:40,000円(€300)定員制 要申込

申込み締切日:2015年3月15日(日)

お申込み・問い合わせ: info@madrid.ied.es

  • ワークショップは全て英語で行われますが、日本語への通訳サポートも行います。

主催:IED Madrid、EMAHO Magazine

協力:ガーディアン・ガーデン

Katja Stuke and Oliver Sieber

The IED Madrid and EMAHO Magazine, in collaboration with Guardian Garden Gallery, launch an intensive four-day workshop with Katja Stuke and Oliver Sieberwhich will take place from April 5 to 8 in Tokyo, Japan.

Katja and Olivier will look at very different forms of publications, contemporary positions as well as introduce various ideas of research and visual strategies.

After an introduction of their own work and their curatorial approach to ANT!FOTO and the ANT!FOTO Manifiesto, different aspects of photographic concepts, different thoughts to photography and ideas of cooperating and collaborating will be discussed with all participants. Views on photography from an european and japanese perspective will be examined and discussed.

In particular the participants are asked to introduce their work to Katja and Oliver (and the other workshop participants). Together they will explore and debate the concepts, develop strategies of presentation or publication of each work and will seek for possibilities how to realize these photographic works. The last evening will be filled with discussing photography during a »居酒屋が並んでいる Izakaya get-together«.

Behind ‚Böhm/Kobayashi‘ lurk the duo Katja Stuke and Oliver Sieber, who together cover an extensive range of personas: photographers and artists, curators and exhibition organizers, designers and art book editors. Yet as they move through their photographic cosmos, it is not always so easy to determine where one identity ends and the other begins.[…] Regardless, in their works and activities as artists and art facilitators they have long since become moderators of a very specific photographic culture.
Florian Ebner, Folkwang Museum Essen
 

Workshop Photography in all it’s Glory 

Dates: 05 – 08 April, 2015
Place:  Guardian Garden Gallery, Tokyo

Entry requirement: Curriculum vitae, Letter of interest – Technical knowledge in photography is mandatory; basic experience with post-production skills and a familiarity with audio-visual formats is also required. – Project Portfolio – Personal interview as deemed necessary by the Academic Coordination Team.

Certification: at the end of the course, an accredited certificate will be awarded for having completed it satisfactorily..
Attendance: class attendance is mandatory and will be necessary to obtain a diploma.
Places: Limited places.

Cost: 300 Euros / 40.000 Yen
Admission: info@madrid.ied.es


Day 1:
11:00-13:30 Introduction to the work of Katja Stuke and Oliver Sieber, including questions about collaborations, curating, and exhibitions. Special focus on fanzines and book-making.
13:30–14:30 Lunch Break
14:30-17:00 Introduction of the students, their work and their motivations to take the workshop. Introduction to the workshop’s dynamic and targets.
17.00-19.00 Portfolio Review with Moritz Neumüller (optional)

Day 2:
During the day, participants have time for taking images, (or selecting existing images), printing images, preparing material on their own, with the possibilities to see the workshop teachers in informal meetings.
19:10-21:30 First analysis and group critique: Individual presentations of approaches and group discussions of the presented images. Critique by Katja and Oliver including questions about concepts, technical problems and solutions.

Day 3:
During the day, participants continue working on their images and meet with the workshop teachers on an individual basis.
19:10-21:30 Second group session: Editing, sequencing of each participants works. Discussing possibilities of realisation and materialisation (book, fanzine, projection, installation, performance, exhibition, …).

Day 4:
During the day: Final retouches on the projects. Second Portfolio Review with Moritz Neumüller (optional) 19:10–21:00 Presentation of each participants works in the Gallery. Final critique and discussion. 21:00 »居酒屋が並んでいる Izakaya get-together« and farewell.


Katja and Olivier, docents of the European Master of Fine Art Photography, will look at very different forms of publications, contemporary positions as well as introduce various ideas of research and visual strategies. After an introduction of their own work and their curatorial approach to ANT!FOTO and the ANT!FOTO Manifiesto, different aspects of photographic concepts, different thoughts to photography and ideas of cooperating and collaborating will be discussed with all participants. Views on photography from an european and japanese perspective will be examined and discussed. In particular the participants are asked to introduce their work to Katja and Oliver (and the other workshop participants). Together they will explore and debate the concepts, develop strategies of presentation or publication of each work and will seek for possibilities how to realize these photographic works. The last evening will be filled with discussing photography during a »居酒屋が並んでいる Izakaya get-together«.

Behind ‚Böhm/Kobayashi‘ lurk the duo Katja Stuke and Oliver Sieber, who together cover an extensive range of personas: photographers and artists, curators and exhibition organizers, designers and art book editors. Yet as they move through their photographic cosmos, it is not always so easy to determine where one identity ends and the other begins.[…] Regardless, in their works and activities as artists and art facilitators they have long since become moderators of a very specific photographic culture.
Florian Ebner, Folkwang Museum Essen

Workshop Photography in all it’s Glory 

Dates: 05 -08 April, 2015 Place:  Guardian Garden Gallery, Tokyo Entry requirement: curriculum vitae, Letter of interest – Technical knowledge in photography is mandatory; basic experience with post-production skills and a familiarity with audio-visual formats is also required. – Project Portfolio – Personal interview as deemed necessary by the Academic Coordination Team. Certification: at the end of the course, an accredited certificate will be awarded for having completed it satisfactorily.. Attendance: class attendance is mandatory and will be necessary to obtain a diploma. Places: Limited places. Cost: 300 Euros / 40.000 Yen Admission: info@madrid.ied.es


  • BOOKS by Katja Stuke and Oliver Sieber, 2012
  • OUR HOUSE, 2011. from top: Oliver Sieber, Imaginary Club; Katja Stuke & Oliver Sieber, O.i.F. Movie Locations, Megastore and Ephemera; Katja Stuke, Suits.
  • LEFT: from Katja Stuke’s »国庆节 Nationalfeiertag«; RIGHT: from Oliver Sieber’s »Imaginary Club«
  • ANT!FOTO Manifesto. 2012, by Katja Stuke & Oliver Sieber

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