Lisa Wassmann

Posted by Fabio 17 October 2011

Beautiful photos by German photographer Lisa Wassmann. Wassmann was born and raised in WestBerlin, where she still Lives and works.

Alyssa Monks

Posted by Fabio 17 October 2011

Alyssa Monks’ paintings explore the tension between abstraction and realism, using different filters to visually distort and disintegrate the body. In this shallow painted space, the subject is pushing against our real space. Strokes of thick paint in delicate color relationships are pushed and pulled to imitate glass, steam, water and flesh. read more

Citylikeyou – Takahiro Kimura (Tokyo)

Posted by Fabio 15 October 2011

Our latest addition to Citylikeyou is Tokyo based animator, illustrator and character designer Takahiro Kimura. Read more

Robert Seidel – Folds

Posted by Fabio 14 October 2011

Folds is a 2-channel video installation with projections on 19th century plaster casts of Kladeos, Kephissos, Belvedere Torso, Seer and the Three Goddesses from the Bernhard August von Lindenau Collection. It connects to the fragmentary plaster casts, makes them flow with bygone colors, clothes them and wakes them for a moment, then to be stored as into the sediment of oblivion.


Posted by Fabio 12 October 2011

Once upon a time, music played on bare leaves was a knockout at rural fairs and dances, and the routine pastime of hillbillies. In a remote hamlet, in poverty-stricken Serbian countryside, typically while shepherding cattle, one old man would still pick a leaf from the tree, and for personal pleasure, he would start playing the music of his youth, using the leaf as an extraordinary wind instrument.
Directed by Mladen Kovacevic


Posted by Fabio 11 October 2011

Syndromes is a short film by Norwegian-based director Kristoffer Borgli in collaboration with The Golden Filter.

Damien Florébert Cuypers

Posted by Fabio 10 October 2011

The One Minute portraits is a project of quick, small and colorful portraits done within a minute. It is in opposition of the common notion of traditional portraiture (size, long process, posing…). The working frame given by the timing leads to an almost semi-abstract representation, people become patches of colors and yet look like themselves.


Posted by Fabio 10 October 2011

PAGE 23 is the first shortfilm that the young creatives Jeroen Houben, Tim Arts and Stefan van den Boogaard made together. Their first effort immediately resulted in the juryprize and audience award at the 48 Hour Film Project in Utrecht (Netherlands), and nominations in other categories.