Storytelling with Audio-Visual Photography Projects
Part documentary, part fiction, part vision; not journalism, not art; neither plain stills nor moving; not series not isolated photographs. Or all of it together. In a nutshell, our audio-visual photography shows experiment with a new, emotional way of storytelling. Primarily, we are interested in exploring the world as humanity has connected, partitioned, organized it; how we choose to act, what we choose to think. For the start, we are focusing on the interaction of humankind and nature, our connection with the human habitat, our living space. Therefore, the first audio-visual black and white photography exhibition Evolibrium, in brief, explores a future with climate change turning nature hostile, raising questions what our role as humans would be in such a new environment. Consequently, in line with a new concept for more sustainable exhibitions, this photography show will be presented as online exhibition first.
New Concept of Sustainable Online Exhibitions
All our photography will still be shown physically on a wall; old school, in a walk-in room, with sound installation. But for now, we are shifting our focus to more sustainable online exhibitions first. Less carbon footprint, easy global access, open every day round the clock. The world is changing and virtual shows are here to stay, we believe. Not exclusively, but as part of the mix. Certainly, visiting a virtual exhibition changes your viewing experience; therefore, the concept of an online exhibition has to be adapted, too. On the other hand, showing our black and white photography projects with soundscapes as virtual exhibitions brings new opportunities. There are many interesting concepts of how to interact with the audience to explore. Overall, we believe in opportunities; and we believe in embracing change and technology. But above all, we believe in a global outreach with our stories and photography projects.
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