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Monthly Archives: March 2009
Liquid Space 6.0 is an interactive space which physically becomes bigger, smaller and brighter in relation to human behavior. This interactive fusion of mechanisms, embedded electronics, sound and LEDs creates a real-time dialogue with its visitors. Liquid Space 6.0 has its premier show in Japan and evolves its behavior towards the visitors; creating an embryonic co-existence. From: www.studioroosegaarde.net
Yesterday I enjoyed the Rotterdam Museumnacht, tried to Narb it but my internet connection failed. Since today I can’t Narb the V2_Liquid Space 6.0 exhibition any more I herewith give you a Youtube clip of it. It was absolutely the best piece of art I saw yesterday.
The video gives you a rethink of how critical our media actually are or should be. Western news with blinded eyes on lesser favorable acts or policies. Overthrown democracies, cruel acts by public regarded peaceful presidents, why are we missing awareness of these developments? Reading between the lines and getting more sides should be encouraged, and wikileaks seems a means for that.
Wikileaks is currently overloaded by readers. This is a regular difficulty that can only be resolved by deploying additional resources. If you support our mission, then show it in the way that is most needed. On average, each donation catalyzes the publication of around 150 mainstream press articles, exposing human rights abuses and corrupt government around the world. These exposures result in substantial reforms and have changed national election outcomes.