Monthly Archives: May 2011
He began with simple, single nudes on the streets of NYC, but during the 1990s the scale of his works erupted. His name, aesthetic and intent created a global movement. People around the world wanted to share in the opportunity for liberation that his artworks offered. Indeed, participation in his projects involves a gifting of something intimate and sacred and when you have a few thousand people sharing and co-creating an artwork through the lens of such a visionary, the results are life-affirming.
This is a powerful tool for event organisers, marketers, journalists, creatives and passionate hobbyists who want to collect and arrange online conversations about their subject of passion through their own particular lens.
This year we’ve set out to create more corporate social responsibility (CSR) projects. Helping the flow of funds from those who are great at generating cash to those who are generating strong, cohesive, compassionate communities.
Many big companies spend huge amounts on CSR because it’s in their charter, or to combat criticisms of their ’super’ profits. [...]
These two incredible films about two unthinkable events in the very same air space some 27 years apart deal with many of the same issues of humanity. Both drag our ideas of reality into our imaginations. We are forced to perceive life differently. As we sit and allow the fear and beauty to wash over us from the safety of our desk or couch we begin to think not just like another human being, but as a spirit.
Siberg was recently engaged by 3 Drunk Monkeys to produce, direct and cut a TVC for Austar and the Weather Channel.