Monthly Archives: September 2011

is this revolution?

dub gabriel feat. the spaceape

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Dub Gabriel hits us with his most thought-provoking and subversive tracks to date, highlighting the dilemma facing our global society as people take to the streets striking out against hunger, poverty, war, government corruption and the rise of corporate cultural hegemony. Joined by pioneering UK dubstep MC, The Spaceape (Kode9/Burial) on the incendiary title track “Is This Revolution”, and Chicago’s Mighty Dub Killerz on the flip for the soulful call to action of “These Times” – together they deliver a lyrical mind-bomb that invokes the spirits of Linton Kwesi Johnson, The Clash and Gil Scott-Heron for a new generation.

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hagen rether – liebe, update 2011

hagen rether hat sein programm liebe etwas aufgefrischt und dieses gestern abend beim 3sat festival praesentiert. das ganze gibts natuerlich auch schon in der tube.
grossartig wie immer, gerade auch weil einem immer wieder das lachen im halse stecken bleibt

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sonntagsfilm 116

PressPausePlay – A Film about Hope, Fear and Digital Culture:
The digital revolution of the last decade has unleashed creativity and talent in an unprecedented way, with unlimited opportunities. But does democratized culture mean better art or is true talent instead drowned out? This is the question addressed by PressPausePlay, a documentary film containing interviews with some of the world’s most influential creators of the digital era.

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school of economics meets anti-authoritative counter-cultural street art

What happens if you mash an elitist academic institution like the Norwegian School of Economics with the anti-authoritative counter-cultural street art movement? There is only one way to find out…

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In July-August 2011, five street artists were invited to NHH Norwegian School of Economics to give their comments on capitalism directly on the schools huge white walls. And the result? That you can see from the video above or under the heading “art” in the top menu. Enjoy

->capitalims.no

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die bild-zeitung


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open government

sehr schicke animation ueber open government, mit anschaulichen beispielen was diese bewegung im stande ist zu bewirken.

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opengovpartnership.org

Music by: J. Ralph
Directed by: Harry R. Calbom & The Academy

Writers: Harry R. Calbom, Caroline Mauldin, Jeremy Weinstein, Julie McCarthy
Lead Designer: Kaleb Coleman
2D Design / Animation: Kaleb Coleman, Mike Holm, Nick Simmons, Corey Dawson Hall
3D Animation: David Holm
Storyboards: Kaleb Coleman, Corey Dawson Hall, Lindsay Daniels
Producer: Harry R. Calbom
Special Thanks: Austin Wilson, Justin Henning, Mckenna Turner

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tetris in gross, bunt und mit fusssteuerung

tetris auf einer etwa menschengrossen led-wand, gesteuert mit den fuessen
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This amazing Tetris installation was created by a team of MIT student and is played via a DDR mat on a 6-foot LED matrix.

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