Oh, I’m back to blogging, my dear friendz! Just had some cluttered weekz, and absolutely great echo after visiting Belgrade’s Napravi Me! / Make Me Festival in the middle of June. The input I’ve got there was so strong, so I needed the other way out to articulate thingz.
Short documentary Karakuri by Matthew Allard had been already widespread all around the web. It’s a movie I wanted to publish at the beginning of June, but then I had mini break… So, it’s never too late for a good dox here! Karakuri is a traditional Japanese puppet craft, actually an ancient variant of robotics.
Matthew Allard (c) shooting Karakuri documentary
Photo taken from DSLR News Shooter
New edition of Device_art 3.010 exhibition will be presented between 23rd September and 1st of October in the Miraikan – National Museum of Emerging Science and Innovation, SuperDeluxe art place and Toyada Campus at the University Waseda in Tokyo. The programme includes exhibition, sound performances, DJ acts and round-table.
Artworkz and garments by fashion designer Kosuke Tsumura are sometimes indescribable, because of their complex aestheticism and simplicity in material usage. I find compelling in his work the way he treats different materials, each time producing different ‘style’ …
Cocoon Cradle – Mother Piece by Kosuke Tsumura for TokyoFiber 09
Photo taken from yatzer.com
I’m not counting anymore how many films I watch during festivals, especially because I like them both, long and short films. Now, when ZagrebDox is behind me, I can start with my fresh documentary coverage for this season…