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Art stored in digitally controlled shelves
About 1 million works of art on paper are stored in the Albertina Museum's 24 metre deep shelving canyons in Vienna. The shelves are fully automatic and digitally controlled, protected against direct light, temperature fluctuations, dampness and bacteria. The museum's collection offers a rich overview of 600 years of art history.
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Integration needs Encounter
Mix It is a film project by young people with and without flight history initiated by Deutsche Filmakademie. They share a common goal to build bridges, trust and allow young people to exchange views. They deal with topics from their everyday lives. The joint filmmaking strengthens media and social competence and promotes the ability to work in a team. Participants are from Germany, Syria, Palestine, Iran, Jordon, Turkey and Pakistan. In a week, a sense of hope is created, self-confidence and faith in the window through which they see the world.?https://www.deutsche-filmakademie.de/filmbildung/mix-it/
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A mural painted by drones
Four drones equipped with paint cans worked over a 12-hour period to paint this mural. Each drone was operating as part of a whole, with multiple position monitoring systems making sure they didn?t accidentally bump into one another. Each color layer was laid on separately, representing a different aspect of the community the project is trying to highlight. https://techcrunch.com/2019/07/05/this-drone-swarm-spray-painted-a-jumbo-size-graffiti-mural/
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Challenging Expectations
Studio A in Sydney provides professional career development for neurodiverse artists. This ABC Art Bites series profiles members of this Sydney-based collective with intellectual disabilities. They include Thom Roberts, Lisa Scott, Emily Crockford, Megean Pelham, Daniel Kim and Greg Sindel. Each artist is profiled and challenges our expectations about what they can do. Art Bites introduces us to the artists, their particular interest, inspiration, successes, family, mentors and their work practices at Studio A. Stream it on ABC iview now! https://iview.abc.net.au/show/art-bites-studio-a
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