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Why is no crime. If there is anything that we all share, it must be the
air, and the clouds in it. Why & 'warum' questions to
images and media,
and much more, you can find on the new blog
STEFAAN DECOSTERE (BE)
In 1985, together with Paul Virilio, Klaus vom Bruch, Jack Goldstein
and Chris Dercon, Stefaan Decostere made Warum wir Männer die Technik
so Lieben. The video shows how war, speed and technology organise and
reorganise reality, until only filtered reality remains. This video is
the analogue original of WARUM 2.0, a blog and installation that
premiers during the Artefact festival in Leuven, Belgium (February
The changed attitude towards documentary images is the main theme of
WARUM 2.0. A 360° panorama amidst transparent screens and multiple
interactive access points turn the installation into an arena where
visitors can interfere with and add value to the images.
Late 2007 a new conversation was recorded with Paul Virilio. Both at
the installation and online, new tools by Christian Decker, Edwin
Uytenbroek, Chris Devriese, Jonas Hielscher and Sander Korebrits are
available. The footage used is shot in Haiti, Iraq, Gaza, Darfur,
Kosovo and Afghanistan by freelance cameraman Daniel Demoustier.
Please visit the WARUM 2.0 blog: http://cargoweb.wordpress.com/ where
you can find the recent interview with Paul Virilio and much more
Warum 2.0 in Second Life:
Warum 2.0 site in site:
The Artefact exhibtion:
Please also visit CARGO: http://www.cargoweb.org/.
Warum 2.0 is an initiative by CARGO and STEFAAN DECOSTERE, in co-production with ARTEFACT Stuk/Leuven and thanks to the support by the Ministery of the Flemish Community and the Flemish Filmfund.