Eadweard Muybridge‘s vision never stops to tickle artists and scientists. No matter of what professions they are: animators, filmmakers, photographers or dancers. Every serious study on movements, motion and locomotions simply starts with his work.
A true master in landscape photography, Muybridge has managed to capture the most trickiest landscape on Earth, and that’s the body in motion.
Art project ‘An Endangered Particle‘ (2003-09) by photographer Barbara Blasin is a continuous project that begun in 2003 as a reaction to heavy landscape conflagrations in five tourist localities at the Adriatic coast: The island of Solta, Ucka Mountain, the Dubrovnik hinterland and the islands of Bisevo and Hvar) in Croatia.
Barbara Blasin: An Endangered Particle, photo: lomodeedee (cc)
This is interesting… Yesterday I went to see the photography exhibition by Michael Benson entitled ‘Beyond: Visions of the Interplanetary Probes’ with photos of planets in our Solar System and when I came home and switched on my TV (Arte and DW TV, mostly!) I’ve heard that NASA has again confirmed the existence of water on Mars. To be more precisely, some coolish robot (who is walking now through the Martian’s parks) actually found and tasted the soil sample containing water. I believe, this robot is now, after becoming a celebrity on Earth (and Mars!), pretty thirsty.
Photo: Mars crater, NASA/JPL/Kineticon Pictures (c) read more …