Today from Speyer to Neustadt/Weinstraße. Only walking flat lands through a beautiful fores beside the tiny Speyerbach (river).
All of your pictures have been approved by the jury and will be featured in the exhibition.
“High Voltage” was also chosen to be printed as a 30×40 picture and featured in the “awards” selection, both in the exhibition and on the website.
Where and when?
Public Library Henri Vincenot from 4 till 25 June 2011. Venarey-les Laumes.
All the photos, that participate at the exhibition will be shown at http://iphonographie-venarey.tumblr.com/
A photo made 2010 December at the Way Of Saint James, Galicia, Spain. Re-apped with ProCamera, Dynamic Light, Diptic and PS Express.
There are several good iPhoneart photos since March 2011. So I have to go outside into the galleries. I plan two exhibitions. One in a Gallery for contemporary art in Mainz and the second one in September in Zweibrücken (both citys inSouthwest Germany). Dates are not out yet.
Since 1995 I work with conceptual exhibitions. This is my first series for conventional galleries. A big challenge to arrange the different sujets.
Here some of the items, randomly sorted (sizes range 15×15 up to 30×40 cm. I plan a serial work of 1x1m (harhar, the conceptual artist is still alive :-)))
Shot with Hipstamatic, processed with Dynamic Light’s Orton IR filter
Made with Diptic
Today is the first day, I think about, if it is possible to write a blog in English language. Ten years ago I had the same question: if I would be able to write a blog in German, my mother language.
I started this iDogma blog with the aim, to post some photos from the iPhone which are made under the rule of iDogma: only to use the small smartphone to create and publish photo art. That it is possible to do iDogma in literature, I recognized in winter 2010/11: Walking the way of Saint James in Spain, I posted each day reports and photos. It worked very well. After 800 kms and 35 days, I had written a book of about 150.000 letters. Just tapping on the touchscreen of my iPhone.
In this blog I have to write in English, and these days I catch myself thinking English words, sentences, phrases. Surely it is not the best, but I guess, one can understand. This morning, when I was cycling to my work, I thought about writing my next live blog in English. Why? To find more readers. But would I be able to explain myself in a foreign language? The days when I started to write in German laguage, ten years ago, I was not as good in writing, as I am nowadays. I remember, that it lasted a long long time, to write a, short article just about the things happened a day. Now, when I want to write (in my German language), it is not a problem at all.
Hey, I just could try? Next live-blogging experiment will either lead to England, Scotland and Norway, turning around the North Sea Cycle Way by bicycle, or I will cross Sweden at the Severige Leden. In both cases I will have to talk a lot in this strange language: English. So why not trying to write some letters in this blog? Just an idea.
I think, writing English is much faster and easier on an iPhone. You won’t have to wait for the special letters: ä, ö, ü and ß and You have not so many upper case words.
Now. Here is the photo iDogma output of the day: experimenting with a new app called Decim8, which makes some special futuristical effects – in most cases it destroys the photo, but sometimes You have a good shot.