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VISUALMYTH DESIGN

VISUAL IDEAS EXPANDED INTO VISUAL REALITY.

Patrick Burke - visualmyth@gmail.com

50th ANNIVERSAY OF THE POTSDAM CONFERENCE 

Public Lightbox Images

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 As part of the events marking the 50th anniversary of the Potsdam Conference in Potsdam, Germany, I participated by having an exhibition of digitally altered and printed images that were placed in 160 lightboxes at tram and bus stops throughout Potsdam, as well as a smaller number in Berlin and in Arnhem, the Netherlands.
  My goal was to create a reflection of 50 years of history when the people of Potsdam were living the consequences of the Potsdam Conference. I did this by using photographs from the DOK film studio archives, photographs taken by Potsdam photographer Martin Seidel, and photographs from personal archives of the people of Potsdam, as well as photographs that I took in Potsdam while working on the project.            

 By digitally altering the images and creating a sort of "digital collage" my goal was to use computer technology to combine layers of time, creating an image that evokes a glance in all directions. Using a means of communication usually dominated by advertising to express more than the enticement to consume, my goal was to broaden opportunities for advertisers and invite the public to use the lightboxes as a reflection of their own creativity.
  This image is a collage of images from the DOK Film Archive, used with permission, and from photograghs that I took in Sanssouci.
My intent in creating this image was to salute the creative spirit of filmmakers who persevered in the years 1945-1995.
  Corporate sponsors for the project were : Wall AG, Berlin, Germany. ESC, Badsalzuflen, Germany. 
OCE' Germany, and Color Utrecht, Utrecht, the Netherlands. 

  Garnisonkirche Potsdam, © Seidel/Burke. St. Nikolaikirche Potsdam, PB. Sans Souci, Potsdam, PB.

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VISUAL IDEAS EXPANDED INTO VISUAL REALITY.

Patrick Burke - visualmyth@gmail.com

BIMHUIS AMSTERDAM Lightbox Image 

Created for Execute Productions Amsterdam and B+W speakers in 1999 using photographs that I took at the original location of the Bimhuis durning a month of performances by many jazz artisits, including the Ray Brown Trio. The original image was displayed as large lightbox color transparency.

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