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06
Apr

ALL WE NEED IS PEACE NFT FUNDRAISER FOR RAMADAN

All we need is peace: NFT fundraiser for Ramadan IN SUPPORT OF THE ARTISTS OF TEACH PEACE BUILD PEACE MOVEMENT FROM THE SOUTHERN REGION OF THE PHILIPPINE. After centuries of struggles in the Bangsamoro Autonomous Region of Muslim Mindanao, Teach Peace continues to work towards making every Filipino child and youth a peace builder, with the support of multimedia artists ( Animators, Graphic Designers, Videographers, Editors, Facilitators, Writers, Trainers, Program Designers etc.) Now more than ever, AsiaTV Studios and our partners from the NFT creative industry come together to support peacebuilding through the universal language of Arts. Check this out : https://opensea.io/asiatvstudios Unlockable content :...
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29
Oct

‘Fast Forward’ Series, Little Sun

FAST FORWARD Fast Forward is a series of short films that explore five artists’ dreams for a regenerative world. Featuring over 300 global voices, the films have been made by artists from Ethiopia, Senegal, and the United States. The series explores a future that is fair and regenerative, realized through global collaboration and the centering of historically marginalized groups. It intends to reframe the prevailing political rhetoric on climate change, grounding the narrative in the lived experience and voice of global citizens. The aim is that these artworks help to turn an often data-driven and technically heavy conversation surrounding the global...
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29
Oct

‘Horror Vacui’, Matteo Zamagni

Matteo Zamagni’s Horror Vacui juxtaposes the Earth’s untouched lands with human beings’ artificial settlements. Using a back-and-forth of computer-aided designs, real images and digital reconstructions of forests, mountains landscapes and overpopulated metropolitan areas, Horror Vacui culminates in an explosion, that sees nature prevailing over constructions before it all retracts to an abstract, primordial-looking shape. The title of the film is derived from Latin ‘fear of empty space’ or ‘fear of emptiness’. It is a term that describes an artistic obsession of filling every surface without leaving any empty space. This concept, according to Zamagni, “relates to the frenetic expansion and...
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29
Oct

‘Plastic Fish’, Evelyn Anca

Co-director of Plastic Free Israel, Evelyn Anca’s plastic fish is made from the pieces collected during a community with the village youth on the Papua New Guinean island of Kiriwina. The idea was raise awareness in the community and spark a conversation about the huge the plastic problem in small islands such as Kiriwina. “In many developing countries plastic pollution is out of control – there are no facilities or proper infrastructure for waste management and also a lack of awareness. Like many islands nations around the world, in Kiriwina, people rely mostly on fish for their nutrition. However, plastic...
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29
Oct

‘Industrial Echoes’, Faraj Srour & Neomi Maggeni

Israeli musicians Neomi Maggeni and Faraj Srour’s intention was to not only highlight the deeply traumatic experience that whales go through as a result of man made noise but the “far-reaching negative effects of mankind, which travel across great distances, like industrial echoes, and may do more harm than the good we think they do.” “Some oceanic seismic surveys are so powerful, they’re able to silence whole communities of whales for weeks. This unfortunate fact prompted us to look into noise pollution in the oceans and its effects on marine life. We intended to highlight the facts, as well as...
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29
Oct

‘Gondwana Digitata’, Jon Wreal

Zimbabwean sculptor, Jon Wreal, recreates the Gondwana Digitata, or African baobab to not only raise awareness of great importance of the largest succulent in existence but highlight the sense of community the tree encapsulates. Gondwana Digitata has for centuries existed as a refuge or home for creatures great and small. The tree is a loose metaphor for community challenges and what we strive to do to overcome. Known to grow in very arid conditions, it is a symbol of life and positivity in an environment where little can thrive. About Jon Wreal Jon Wreal was born in Gweru, Zimbabwe, and refers to himself...
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29
Oct

‘The Virtual Fashion Museum’, Runa Ray

Step inside the digital museum of fashion to explore ancient and Indigenous techniques of garmenting, combined to demonstrate the negative impacts of the fashion industry and show that another way is possible. In this project fashion environmentalist and interdisciplinary designer from India, Runa Ray creates garments using seaweed and cyanobacteria to highlight the devastating impact of synthetic fibers and microplastics on the health of the oceans and marine life. “Art has always complemented science, and encouraged people and communities to think deeper, even change their ways.” Runa Ray. About Runa Ray Runa Ray is a fashion environmentalist and interdisciplinary designer...
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29
Oct

‘The Conservation’, Øyvind Engevik (Engwind)

Norwegian CG artist and director, Øyvind Engevik’s The Conservation considers the idea of a “backup planet”, where humans have to harvest “Earth’s seed” to build a new home. “We push because we must. We push because we are too late. We push because we no longer have a choice. We remember the melting glaciers. We remember the burning forests. We remember the dry lake beds. We regret not listening to the voices. We regret not noticing the signs. We regret not acting sooner. So, we must push. We must push to breathe. We must push to survive. We are busy keeping the tree...
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01
Jul

Mobilization: Against oil pipeline and oil tankers congestion in Israel

The Mediterranean People, Extinction Rebellion, Megama Yerouka, along with ReGenesis and other associations for the safety of the maritime world have gathered in the City of Ashkelon (South of Israel) on June 17th 2021 to demonstrate against the broadening of the EAPC European-Asia Pipeline company agreement with the Emirates, an agreement which threatens the health of the Ashkelon citizens and the maritime environment.Ashkelon is considered the second or third city in Israel with a high number of cancer disease cases. ReGenesis Israël has orchestrated a performance together with the organizations mentioned above. At the scene, there were: -The expression of polarity between pure business interests and the...
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