photography


About Time – Lomography creates memories at TEDxVienna

Lomography kindly provided us with cameras to use during the TEDxVienna About Time conference and we had a lot of fun with them. Over the last few years, instant cameras have been back on the market: no need to wait more than a few seconds to get the film in […]


About Time – In an Instant

Just like last year,  Lomography was kind enough to offer a few of their cameras for this year’s conference, About Time. It was a lot of fun taking some candid and some not-so-candid photos of attendees, volunteers, and speakers. Check them out below! Also, stay tuned, part two of this series is coming […]


A kiss with a fist – about domestic violence and art

Due to the World Women’s Day on March 8, the whole month seems to be under the theme of emancipation, women and feminism. The perfect opportunity to highlight an extraordinary female photographer – Nan Goldin – who in turn places a very important and sensible topic in the foreground: domestic […]


Digital Treasures – four ideas to discover from your couch.

The internet is a treasure box when it comes to exploring new, unexpected and sometimes controversial ideas. The beauty of stumbling upon an idea that makes you think is priceless, but not always so easy to find. In TED tradition, I would like to share four ideas I recently stumbled upon. These ideas […]


Exploring Street Art with Martha Cooper

One day before her talk at this year’s TEDxVienna event I got to chat with our wonderful speaker Martha Cooper about her work and what it means to be OUT THERE. Having documented graffiti and street art in New York from its very beginnings, her book “Subway Art” is now known […]


Handelskai Midnight Train

Ode to Viennese nights 2

Tungsten lights, white and colourful neon; people working and people sleeping; lit buildings and dark pathways; empty streets and bus stops. Bikes locked to street lamps, telephone booths and cigarette machines. Viennese nights are visually stunning. Streets are paved with colours, contrasts, textures and gradients. Objects unnoticed during daytime become […]


Why the Digital did not kill the Analog

102 years ago, Wolfgang Riepl a German classical scholar and journalist, formulated a hypothesis concerning the disappearing of media. According to Riepl, new media technologies tend to drive the old ones out of the market since they reshape trends in offer and demand, changing the products people need – or […]


Why don’t you put your camera on a leash?

When Joseph Nicéphore Niepce in 1826 produced the first known photograph made with a camera (by exposing an asphalt coated paper for eight hours), little did he expect that less than 200 years later the world would host flying camera drones.