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Best of 2005

(January 1st - December 31st, 2005)

Martin Sekel

Immersed at Tamarama

Holger Schulz

Inside Art - "The time is always now"

Rendsburg, Schleswig-Holstein, Northern Germany

April 16, 2005, 15:00 - 16:00 UTC

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Inside Art - "The time is always now"

With his work the artist Tamer Serbay, born in Turkey in 1947 and now living in Hamburg/Germany, does express the passing of time. The installation shown in the panorama is part of his exhibition "The time is always now", which he presented in Rendsburg/Northern Germany in early 2005 (Museen im Kulturzentrum and Art Gallery Müllers).

More than 200 paper bags in varying tints of red, each containing a bunch of wheat plants, are hanging from the ceiling on thin copper wires. For Tamer Serbay his choice of materials for this installation represents global consciousness: Wheat being used by man as food since thousands of years, and paper being the essence of culture and accumulation of knowledge and information.

I photographed the panorama from inside this work of art - hoping that this will give the best view of what the artist wants to express.
More QTVRs of Holger Schulz: Tourism portal Northern Germany: http://www.Flusslandschaft-ETS.de

Holger Schulz, photoaround: http://www.photoaround.de
Nikon CP 990 with FC-E8, F2-Modus, Kaidan QuickPan III CS, 5 pictures, each bracketed -2, -1, 0, +1, +2, HDRI created with Photomatix, stitched with PTGui/PanoTools, PhotoShop, Pano2QTVR

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