Recently, we published an article on World Architecture News Metroblogs about the creative shell of RMIT Design Hub. It describes how the architect has achieved its design and the amazing opportunities it contains.
Warnings such as 'strobe effect on video', 'high sound level' can build the excitement, but Ryoji Ikeda's Test Pattern [No 5] is something to experience. The large-scale audio-visual installation is inspired by barcodes and binary patterns of computer programming data.
The black and white light projection creates a stage of 30m x 10m where the performers aka visitors can submerge and enjoy the experience.
Commissioned by Carriageworks and ISEA2013 in collaboration with Vivid Sydney, the installation is at Carriageworks until 1st July 2013.
Board Transalpine train from Greymouth to Christchurch during winter and you are definitely on a journey to find some of the pristine white landscapes in the world. I could not take my hands off the camera to capture most beautiful and whitest landscape I've ever experienced.
Below is a selected collection from the shots that truly capture the serenity of South Island, New Zealand.
Foto Riesel’s Foto Rally 2012 was a one-day photography competition event. Four categories were given on the day (Saturday, 13th October 2012) and the participants were expected to submit one photo for each category clicked on that day within Sydney's CBD.
This photograph was taken on Pitt Street where the play of light and under-exposed nature enhance the shapes and shadows of the pedestrians. I am glad that it was chosen as a Winner for Shadows, Shapes and Reflections.
Foto Riesel Foto Rally 2012, Category: 'Shadows, Shapes and Reflections'
Vin is a Sydney based photographer and travels in Australia and around the world for photography projects. He specialises in Architecture, Art, Fine Art and Time-Lapse photography. The images from his photography projects are available to purchase as Archival quality fine art prints and canvases...Read more