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Interview with Srikanth Kolari, part 2: Photographer is a Messenger…

09/29/2010

This is the second part of the interview with the photographer Srikanth Kolari. Read the first part here: Colours of India in B&W photography

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Photo: Srikanth Kolari (c)

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Interview with Srikanth Kolari, part 1: Colours of India in B&W photography

09/28/2010

Srikanth Kolari aka Sri is an emerging photographer from India with a strong sense for social issues and amazing eye for sharping these moments through the camera viewfinder… I’m very happy to have Sri as the first interviewed photographer on Body Pixel…

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Interview with Guillermo Gomez Pena: You know, I worship the imagination!

06/16/2010

Among many film, dance and art festivals in Croatia, Queer Zagreb is also a blogger friendly oriented festival. Thanks to their understanding of the media, I had the opportunity to interview one amazing performance artist and poet, Guillermo Gomez Pena

I interviewed him a month ago after his performance with La Pocha Nostra… for this occasion, Body Pixel co-blogger Ivana also joined me for the interview with Guillermo…

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Google Baby – Rent me a Womb, Baby?

04/21/2010

Documentary Google Baby (2009) by film maker Zippi Brand Frank deals with birth outsourcing among three countries: Israel, USA and India. It involves business, technology (computers and human bodies) and a bunch of paradoxes.

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