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CLOUDS is an interactive documentary that presents a conversation among 40 artists, designers, and hackers who use code, and collaborate on open source tool kits. It explores themes of creativity and invention, interactive art, simulation, computational design, data visualization, and the future of storytelling.

The Creativity mini trailer features:

  • Diederick Huijbers
  • Golan Levin
  • Shantell Martin
  • Zach Lieberman

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Ganzeer, Swiss Arms, September 2012
Place: Keserne Basel, Basel, Switzerland
Description: Street mural created for Theatrefestival Basel that compares the number of deaths by gunshot in the US with the number of deaths during Egypt’s uprising. The public was invited to play the role of the “representative victims,” by laying on the ground and having their outlines traced. By presenting the “infographic” (which reveals that US victims are at least 8 times higher than Egyptian victims) alongside a quote by the Swiss Secretariat for Economic Affairs, one is left to reexamine the notion of “conflict zones.” The public was also allowed to vote on whether or not, as a result, Switzerland should ban arms exports to the United States, which in fact is one of Switzerland’s major buyers.
The execution of this project would not have been in any way possible without Mr. Daniel Kunzler who is pictured on a not so pleasant day in the last image.
Photo Credit: Barbara Jung
Read the article from the NYTimes about Ganzeer’s role as a leading artist in the protest art movement in Egypt’s struggle post-revolutionary period. Ganzeer, Swiss Arms, September 2012
Place: Keserne Basel, Basel, Switzerland
Description: Street mural created for Theatrefestival Basel that compares the number of deaths by gunshot in the US with the number of deaths during Egypt’s uprising. The public was invited to play the role of the “representative victims,” by laying on the ground and having their outlines traced. By presenting the “infographic” (which reveals that US victims are at least 8 times higher than Egyptian victims) alongside a quote by the Swiss Secretariat for Economic Affairs, one is left to reexamine the notion of “conflict zones.” The public was also allowed to vote on whether or not, as a result, Switzerland should ban arms exports to the United States, which in fact is one of Switzerland’s major buyers.
The execution of this project would not have been in any way possible without Mr. Daniel Kunzler who is pictured on a not so pleasant day in the last image.
Photo Credit: Barbara Jung
Read the article from the NYTimes about Ganzeer’s role as a leading artist in the protest art movement in Egypt’s struggle post-revolutionary period. Ganzeer, Swiss Arms, September 2012
Place: Keserne Basel, Basel, Switzerland
Description: Street mural created for Theatrefestival Basel that compares the number of deaths by gunshot in the US with the number of deaths during Egypt’s uprising. The public was invited to play the role of the “representative victims,” by laying on the ground and having their outlines traced. By presenting the “infographic” (which reveals that US victims are at least 8 times higher than Egyptian victims) alongside a quote by the Swiss Secretariat for Economic Affairs, one is left to reexamine the notion of “conflict zones.” The public was also allowed to vote on whether or not, as a result, Switzerland should ban arms exports to the United States, which in fact is one of Switzerland’s major buyers.
The execution of this project would not have been in any way possible without Mr. Daniel Kunzler who is pictured on a not so pleasant day in the last image.
Photo Credit: Barbara Jung
Read the article from the NYTimes about Ganzeer’s role as a leading artist in the protest art movement in Egypt’s struggle post-revolutionary period. Ganzeer, Swiss Arms, September 2012
Place: Keserne Basel, Basel, Switzerland
Description: Street mural created for Theatrefestival Basel that compares the number of deaths by gunshot in the US with the number of deaths during Egypt’s uprising. The public was invited to play the role of the “representative victims,” by laying on the ground and having their outlines traced. By presenting the “infographic” (which reveals that US victims are at least 8 times higher than Egyptian victims) alongside a quote by the Swiss Secretariat for Economic Affairs, one is left to reexamine the notion of “conflict zones.” The public was also allowed to vote on whether or not, as a result, Switzerland should ban arms exports to the United States, which in fact is one of Switzerland’s major buyers.
The execution of this project would not have been in any way possible without Mr. Daniel Kunzler who is pictured on a not so pleasant day in the last image.
Photo Credit: Barbara Jung
Read the article from the NYTimes about Ganzeer’s role as a leading artist in the protest art movement in Egypt’s struggle post-revolutionary period. Ganzeer, Swiss Arms, September 2012
Place: Keserne Basel, Basel, Switzerland
Description: Street mural created for Theatrefestival Basel that compares the number of deaths by gunshot in the US with the number of deaths during Egypt’s uprising. The public was invited to play the role of the “representative victims,” by laying on the ground and having their outlines traced. By presenting the “infographic” (which reveals that US victims are at least 8 times higher than Egyptian victims) alongside a quote by the Swiss Secretariat for Economic Affairs, one is left to reexamine the notion of “conflict zones.” The public was also allowed to vote on whether or not, as a result, Switzerland should ban arms exports to the United States, which in fact is one of Switzerland’s major buyers.
The execution of this project would not have been in any way possible without Mr. Daniel Kunzler who is pictured on a not so pleasant day in the last image.
Photo Credit: Barbara Jung
Read the article from the NYTimes about Ganzeer’s role as a leading artist in the protest art movement in Egypt’s struggle post-revolutionary period. Ganzeer, Swiss Arms, September 2012
Place: Keserne Basel, Basel, Switzerland
Description: Street mural created for Theatrefestival Basel that compares the number of deaths by gunshot in the US with the number of deaths during Egypt’s uprising. The public was invited to play the role of the “representative victims,” by laying on the ground and having their outlines traced. By presenting the “infographic” (which reveals that US victims are at least 8 times higher than Egyptian victims) alongside a quote by the Swiss Secretariat for Economic Affairs, one is left to reexamine the notion of “conflict zones.” The public was also allowed to vote on whether or not, as a result, Switzerland should ban arms exports to the United States, which in fact is one of Switzerland’s major buyers.
The execution of this project would not have been in any way possible without Mr. Daniel Kunzler who is pictured on a not so pleasant day in the last image.
Photo Credit: Barbara Jung
Read the article from the NYTimes about Ganzeer’s role as a leading artist in the protest art movement in Egypt’s struggle post-revolutionary period. Ganzeer, Swiss Arms, September 2012
Place: Keserne Basel, Basel, Switzerland
Description: Street mural created for Theatrefestival Basel that compares the number of deaths by gunshot in the US with the number of deaths during Egypt’s uprising. The public was invited to play the role of the “representative victims,” by laying on the ground and having their outlines traced. By presenting the “infographic” (which reveals that US victims are at least 8 times higher than Egyptian victims) alongside a quote by the Swiss Secretariat for Economic Affairs, one is left to reexamine the notion of “conflict zones.” The public was also allowed to vote on whether or not, as a result, Switzerland should ban arms exports to the United States, which in fact is one of Switzerland’s major buyers.
The execution of this project would not have been in any way possible without Mr. Daniel Kunzler who is pictured on a not so pleasant day in the last image.
Photo Credit: Barbara Jung
Read the article from the NYTimes about Ganzeer’s role as a leading artist in the protest art movement in Egypt’s struggle post-revolutionary period. Ganzeer, Swiss Arms, September 2012
Place: Keserne Basel, Basel, Switzerland
Description: Street mural created for Theatrefestival Basel that compares the number of deaths by gunshot in the US with the number of deaths during Egypt’s uprising. The public was invited to play the role of the “representative victims,” by laying on the ground and having their outlines traced. By presenting the “infographic” (which reveals that US victims are at least 8 times higher than Egyptian victims) alongside a quote by the Swiss Secretariat for Economic Affairs, one is left to reexamine the notion of “conflict zones.” The public was also allowed to vote on whether or not, as a result, Switzerland should ban arms exports to the United States, which in fact is one of Switzerland’s major buyers.
The execution of this project would not have been in any way possible without Mr. Daniel Kunzler who is pictured on a not so pleasant day in the last image.
Photo Credit: Barbara Jung
Read the article from the NYTimes about Ganzeer’s role as a leading artist in the protest art movement in Egypt’s struggle post-revolutionary period. Ganzeer, Swiss Arms, September 2012
Place: Keserne Basel, Basel, Switzerland
Description: Street mural created for Theatrefestival Basel that compares the number of deaths by gunshot in the US with the number of deaths during Egypt’s uprising. The public was invited to play the role of the “representative victims,” by laying on the ground and having their outlines traced. By presenting the “infographic” (which reveals that US victims are at least 8 times higher than Egyptian victims) alongside a quote by the Swiss Secretariat for Economic Affairs, one is left to reexamine the notion of “conflict zones.” The public was also allowed to vote on whether or not, as a result, Switzerland should ban arms exports to the United States, which in fact is one of Switzerland’s major buyers.
The execution of this project would not have been in any way possible without Mr. Daniel Kunzler who is pictured on a not so pleasant day in the last image.
Photo Credit: Barbara Jung
Read the article from the NYTimes about Ganzeer’s role as a leading artist in the protest art movement in Egypt’s struggle post-revolutionary period.

    Ganzeer, Swiss Arms, September 2012

    Place: Keserne Basel, Basel, Switzerland

    Description: Street mural created for Theatrefestival Basel that compares the number of deaths by gunshot in the US with the number of deaths during Egypt’s uprising. The public was invited to play the role of the “representative victims,” by laying on the ground and having their outlines traced. By presenting the “infographic” (which reveals that US victims are at least 8 times higher than Egyptian victims) alongside a quote by the Swiss Secretariat for Economic Affairs, one is left to reexamine the notion of “conflict zones.” The public was also allowed to vote on whether or not, as a result, Switzerland should ban arms exports to the United States, which in fact is one of Switzerland’s major buyers.

    The execution of this project would not have been in any way possible without Mr. Daniel Kunzler who is pictured on a not so pleasant day in the last image.

    Photo Credit: Barbara Jung

    Read the article from the NYTimes about Ganzeer’s role as a leading artist in the protest art movement in Egypt’s struggle post-revolutionary period.

    As an artist, what have you found to be your most lucrative resource for selling your artwork online?

    Are there certain websites that have been most useful in helping you to selling your work? Do you mainly use the internet as a promotional tool for your exhibitions?