After my last post, where I have shared a pretty cool and fun video of my art (inter)action “An infinite scream passing through the Namib“ (Click on the title to be taken to that post if you have missed it), I had a request to post some of the photographs which I took from the participants.
So here is a selection of some of my favorites: (to view the full image, please click on the thumbnail picture)
Makafa Screams by ImkeRust(c)
George Screams (c)ImkeRust
JanDaniel and Niece Scream (c)ImkeRust
Helia Screams (c)ImkeRust
Britta Screams (c)ImkeRust
Isabel Screams (c)ImkeRust
Burkart Screams (c)ImkeRust
Jasoni Screams (c)ImkeRust
Postcard with several ‘screams’ Help Save Our Environment! (c)ImkeRust
During the one hour before sunset we managed to get 18 people (all complete strangers except for my dad) to scream for us, even though they were all ‘silent’ screams.
Don’t these photographs make you feel like joining in the fun and scream?
Have you seen my webpage lately? I have been pretty busy giving it a face-lift and adding some of my more recent works. (For those that have missed me and my posts, now you know why I have been so quiet.) I realized that although I had posted some of my works on my blog, I have not put them up on my webpage, where they are easier to find. And I have added some totally new stuff. So instead of writing a long post, I am inviting you to go over to my home page and explore. Here is the link: imkerust.com
And as always, I would love to hear your comments, so do not be shy and give me some feedback of what you think of the work or the new layout etc?
For a change not a picture of my art, but one I took while working on a land art project in the Namib Desert, Namibia.
Please help! This artwork of mine was last seen in October 2010 at my joint exhibition with Silke Berens “New Works” at Studio77 (Windhoek, Namibia). Unfortunately it has since disappeared (lost? stolen?) and I have never received it back.
Has anyone seen this work anywhere? I would really like it back and would be very grateful for any information about it!
A reward is offered to any information leading to the successful recovery of this artwork. Please send me a message on Facebook, my blog or twitter.
Would anybody steal an artwork in Namibia? That seems very unlikely. But on the other side, it seems very strange that it just disappeared into thin air… so I am still hoping that it will be found somewhere.
The work has a special story to it… ok, most of my artworks have, but this one is even more so. If I have time, I will write it down and share it with you on my blog soon.