Category Archives: art

5 alternative ways to visit museums in Paris


When you live in Paris and you want to go to a museum, you definitely don’t want to spend 2 hours in a queue to buy a ticket. To avoid the crowds of tourists, I’ve made a list of things you should also consider taking advantage of when visiting Paris […]

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Food waste: the old and the new habits


A quick fact says that « if we all stop wasting food that could have been eaten, the benefit to the planet would be the equivalent of taking 1 in 5 cars off the road. » Perished food, ugly vegetables and leftovers are not an interesting subject. They look/smell horrible and we don’t […]

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Curiosity will change the world? Testing the limits of a game world wide


For many of us games are synonymous with fun, addiction and learning. Before anything games are a business market, becoming more and more serious. To see how serious, I introduce Curiosity, a game with no limits. Here is the challenge of the game : a cube, floating in the virtual […]

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ART+COM= Kinectic Rain at Singapore


Singapore’s Airport Changi welcomes his clients with a new installation made out of 608 rain drops.  “Kinetic Rain” is a computationally designed choreography conceived in the berliner studio of multimedia design and research ART+COM. Designers, programmers and engineers came together to work in communication. Art and technology are the specialities of the marketing […]

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Repetare


afisul are nu are legatura cu amintirile traumatizante din copilaria marcata de doamna invatatoare cand zicea « iar n-ai invatat poezia? stai jos »

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Post-industrial cityscape in Bucharest


Bucharest is changing in the same time I change. Every time I visit it, I find another Bucharest. Always in construction, forever in destruction. A neverending series of transformation in the landscape is printed on my retina and mixt with emotions of different perriods I’ve had here. Today I feel […]

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You can do anything in Paris


5-10% from world population is made out of prodigies. If we keep willing to be the best, the rest up to 90% are just losers. Therefore, I believe we should rethink failure. How do we see it, what do we think it is? On Wikipedia, failure refers to the state […]

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