Thursday, September 19, 2019

'Disappearing social customs of English life' in the 1960s

In the late 1960s, British photographer Tony Ray-Jones travelled across the country to document English social customs and what he saw as a disappearing way of life.




The English Seen by Tony Ray-Jones will go on show from 16 October until 21 December 2019 at the Martin Parr Foundation, Bristol.

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Freediving Under Ice

Freediver Petr Kapoun swims under the surface of frozen Lake Milada in the Czech Republic.



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Creating the UK acid house music scene

Everybody in the Place: an Incomplete History of Britain 1984-1992 is a documentary about the role society and politics played in creating the UK acid house music scene.

Wednesday, September 18, 2019

Real-time visualization of a cellist’s brain activity

Changes in a musician's generated brain activity are seen in real time as he performs.



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The Hand Of India

At the height of the Cold War, amidst growing tensions between the US and Russia, Indian Prime Minister, Indira Gandhi traveled to Washington D.C to deliver a pragmatic speech on the subjects of communication, understanding and friendship.


The Hand Of India from Simon Mulvaney on Vimeo.


Shot, cut and directed by Simon Mulvaney
Words by Indira Ghandi