Archiv des Schlagworts: photography series

  • humanæ

    Neither black nor white - there are many more nuances and subtleties to the human body. humanæ by Brazilian photographer Angélica Dass. humanae humanae humanae Weiter →

  • Fictions

    Large inanimate objects, at this state radically defunctionalized, appear not to be out of this world but in the same time they seem so familiar. Filip Dujardin has been working on a series since 2007 whose humor and entertainment value ... Weiter →

  • Wounded – The Legacy of War

    Wounded: The Legacy of War by canadian musician and photographer Bryan Adams presents portraits of young British soldiers who have suffered life-changing injury in Iraq and Afghanistan or during a training excersise. The images come with haunting interviews providing a ... Weiter →

  • 3cm

    Yung Cheng Lin aka »3cm« is a photographer based out of Tainan, Taiwan whose various conceptual arrangements are located somewhere on the boundary of surrealism, humour and overstatement. See more of Yung Cheng Lin's amazing work on Flickr here. Weiter →

  • Captive Landscapes

    Brooklyn-based artist Daniel Kukla photographed the interiors of animal enclosure at 15 different zoos across the US and Europe. He says in his Artist Statement: »We, as humans, go to great lengths to satisfy our desire for a connection with ... Weiter →

  • Landscape Light Installations

    American artist Barry Underwood utilizes LED lights, luminescent material, and other photographic effects to create fleeting abstract landscapes that are influenced by both accidental and incidental light. Here is Underwood's Artist Statement: »My artwork examines community and land-use in rural, ... Weiter →

  • Prison Landscapes

    Alyse Endur's book Prison Landscapes is a compilation of prison inmates presenting themselves in front of visiting room backdrops. »Such backdrops, often painted by talented inmates, are used within the prisons as portrait studios. As inmates and their visitors pose ... Weiter →

Immer auf der Suche nach dem Flow, begeistern Gregor Maria Schubert und Roland Graffé sich für Trends, Widersprüche und Abseitiges in Kunst, Musik und Medien.

Machtdose entdeckt, kultiviert, archiviert, und teilt Glanzlichter der Popkultur und persönliche Vorlieben mit allen anderen Träumern, Liebhabern und Neugierigen.


  • Roman Flügel - Happiness Is Happening

    Roman Flügel - Happiness Is Happening Ein Singer-Songwriter-Album ohne Stimme, ein Konzeptalbum ohne Konzept – so beschreibt das Hamburger Label Dial das Album von Roman Flügel. "Ein kleiner Trip" schreibt die Machtdose.

  • Silk Rhodes - Silk Rhodes

    Silk Rhodes Glatt, glitschig und genial. In meinem Herzen entfalten sich feinwürzige Noten des Lavendels. Wer hat »Ohhhh-uuh-uuh« zuletzt so gut über die Lippen gebracht?

  • Andy Stott - Faith in Strangers

    Andy Stott - Faith in Strangers Auf das Wetter ist verlass: Grauer-Himmel-Zeit = Düsterpop-Zeit. "Tradition through darkness and light".

  • Loscil - Sea Island

    Loscil - Sea Island »I found the language of thermodynamics to be quite evocative, particularly in relation to music.« Musikalische Darstellung von Energieumwandlung? Loscil's Musik fließt in Bögen und Schleifen.

  • Jon Hopkins - Asleep Versions

    Jon Hopkins - Asleep Versions Schönheit im Schlaf. Aufgenommen wurden die vier Stücke in den Sundlaugin Studios in der Nähe von Reykjavik. Man spürt die heißen Quellen.

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