Our “internet time” is now also manifesting itself in “public time.” The line between intimacy and being out in the open is getting blurry and artists now find creative ways to go at this. London artist Monica Bonvicini is the mastermind behind ‘Don’t Miss A Sec’. The piece is a public restroom placed just like that, in ..read more..
Being a drag queen in 2012 may not be as controversial as it used to be even only 20 years ago, but it definitely still brings confusion, excitement, and mostly, who is he/she? In his Half-Drag series, New York based photographer Leland Bobbé captures two sides of the city’s drag queens – the unrestrained, made-up ..read more..
What do global banks, multinationals and Western civilization in general have in common? They have become so big and “prosperous” that their size has become an obstruction in the literal and figurative sense of the word. Everything with “too” in front, per definition is bound to fail on the long run. In order to achieve ..read more..
This week we will be presenting our 4.0 presentation during the “2012 and beyond” event of Second Sight in Amsterdam. The program is very interesting! I am especially looking forward listening to David Lemereis with The Smart Planet: The Future of Mobility in the Fastlane. The revolution of Social Media boomed another revolution that will bring us ..read more..
Carlos Cuellar Brown is not only a wonderful writer he makes great films too. He actually has become our special reporter at the #OccupyWallstreet event. His former contribution you can find in this link: http://fullinsight.com/2011/10/occupywallstreet-we-are-not-the-criminals . The stage this time is for one of the Grannies of the Peace Brigade. For those of you who are ..read more..
Last weekend on Saturday night we were watching the occupation of the Brooklyn bridge on the computer from our Amsterdam dining table. We started watching around 10-11 pm Amsterdam time. It took more than 3 hours before regular networks started to cover it. Al-Jazeera was the first to be followed by the Huffington post and ..read more..
Water bottle lights: a very cheap, healthy and clean solution to provide (poor) people in warm climates with light in their houses. In San Pedro, a place just south of Manilla a local entrepreneur came with the solution to generate free energy during the day and bring light into the - otherwise dark - houses of poor ..read more..
A shale slate chipped the surface diffusing the illusion of separation. Narcissus stood contemplating the pond in a paranoid wake trance. Who do you think you are? Interrogated a voice imploding the water, the witnesses reflections blurred into a whirlpool. You are not the clothes your wearing, your not the car your driving, nor the ..read more..