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Drum ‘n’ Bass ‘n’ pixelchaot

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OLYMPUS PLAYGROUND” light installation ‘08

"Drawing in Space" an artwork installation by Jeongmoon Choi at this years OMD Photography Playground / Opernwerkstätten Berlin

Revolution ( Life Cycle of a Drop of Water).

(Source: vimeo.com)

fighting forks

  1. Camera: Canon EOS 5D Mark II
  2. Aperture: f/2.8
  3. Exposure: 1/30th
  4. Focal Length: 70mm
zauberschoen:

street lights with trees in the rain - Berlin October 2013
zauberschoen:

street lights with trees in the rain - Berlin October 2013

zauberschoen:

street lights with trees in the rain - Berlin October 2013

chillin with my homie @ spreeshore

Karlsaue Summer ‘13 Karlsaue Summer ‘13 Karlsaue Summer ‘13

Karlsaue Summer ‘13

UVA @ Opernwerkstätten

We are all our own doppelganger, yet every individual has asymmetrical tendencies that contradict one another, an idea explored through 31 portraits in Bilbo Calvez’s new show Publik-Privat, addressing themes like genetics, scientific photography and digital reconfiguration. By manipulating the left and right sides of a subject and reproducing them to show a perfectly symmetrical individual, Calvez highlights how unsettling symmetry can really be. We are all our own doppelganger, yet every individual has asymmetrical tendencies that contradict one another, an idea explored through 31 portraits in Bilbo Calvez’s new show Publik-Privat, addressing themes like genetics, scientific photography and digital reconfiguration. By manipulating the left and right sides of a subject and reproducing them to show a perfectly symmetrical individual, Calvez highlights how unsettling symmetry can really be. We are all our own doppelganger, yet every individual has asymmetrical tendencies that contradict one another, an idea explored through 31 portraits in Bilbo Calvez’s new show Publik-Privat, addressing themes like genetics, scientific photography and digital reconfiguration. By manipulating the left and right sides of a subject and reproducing them to show a perfectly symmetrical individual, Calvez highlights how unsettling symmetry can really be. We are all our own doppelganger, yet every individual has asymmetrical tendencies that contradict one another, an idea explored through 31 portraits in Bilbo Calvez’s new show Publik-Privat, addressing themes like genetics, scientific photography and digital reconfiguration. By manipulating the left and right sides of a subject and reproducing them to show a perfectly symmetrical individual, Calvez highlights how unsettling symmetry can really be. We are all our own doppelganger, yet every individual has asymmetrical tendencies that contradict one another, an idea explored through 31 portraits in Bilbo Calvez’s new show Publik-Privat, addressing themes like genetics, scientific photography and digital reconfiguration. By manipulating the left and right sides of a subject and reproducing them to show a perfectly symmetrical individual, Calvez highlights how unsettling symmetry can really be. We are all our own doppelganger, yet every individual has asymmetrical tendencies that contradict one another, an idea explored through 31 portraits in Bilbo Calvez’s new show Publik-Privat, addressing themes like genetics, scientific photography and digital reconfiguration. By manipulating the left and right sides of a subject and reproducing them to show a perfectly symmetrical individual, Calvez highlights how unsettling symmetry can really be.

We are all our own doppelganger, yet every individual has asymmetrical tendencies that contradict one another, an idea explored through 31 portraits in Bilbo Calvez’s new show Publik-Privat, addressing themes like genetics, scientific photography and digital reconfiguration. By manipulating the left and right sides of a subject and reproducing them to show a perfectly symmetrical individual, Calvez highlights how unsettling symmetry can really be.