Frankfurt artist Arthur Löwen follows an imaginary script and constantly challenges himself. Sebastian Heindorff portrayed him in his studio as well as the exhibition “Orbit”, which Arthur curated together with Béla Feldberg.
In the short film “M(e)&M(other)”, Frankfurt choreographer and dancer Raimonda Gudaviciute speaks openly about her personal inner conflict. It always proves difficult for her to be both a committed and caring mother and a creative freelance artist.
The exhibition “Digital Bright Age” shows animations from various disciplines as a counter-design to the “Digital Dark Age”. On view until 20 December 2020 at Ingolstädter Straße 39 in Frankfurt am Main.
In early 2020, filmmaker Sebastian Heindorff travelled to Japan and produced three artist portraits. Takuma Nakata from Kyoto, Colliu Pero and Ayaka Fukano from Tokyo - three distinctive artists, each with a very unique approach. The resulting short films “Appointment Japan” can be viewed on the online magazine sabukaru.
With KEEP live, KEEP it and KEEP rent, the KEEP group comprises a full-service provider with a focus on trade fair events. Together with the creative agency CHICHU and copywriter Florian Spiske, we are developing the company's new corporate identity.
Whether in an open-plan office, co-working space, café or home office, sometimes it's hard to concentrate. The neighbour's phone rings, a private conversation between colleagues or the construction site next door is louder than usual and the focused moment is gone. Ambient Noise helps to mask unwanted noises by covering them up with steady ones. So it's best to try it out right away.
In the “Palazzo” I have found a wonderful community of mostly former Mainzers. We are 7 creatives from the fields of photography, moving image, text and design. In the beautiful shop with large shop windows we are happy to have visitors!
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