Hamburg Blue Port


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<p style=«text-align: center;«>Foto: © Marc Volquardsen, 2014</p>
<p style=«text-align: left;«>Right now there isn’t so much activity on my blog as it used to be. I am preparing  concepts for my two exhibitions next year and I am currently not showing the new artwork. It has to sit with me in my studio.</p>
<p style=«text-align: left;«>On Friday I took the evening off and went to the Blue Port festival. The light artist Michael Batz illuminated the harbor with blue lights which where installed on over 120 objects from ships, cranes to houses.</p>
Unfortunately I forget some equipment of my camera so I had to take in all these colors and shapes with my very own senses. In the end, I thought myself to be very lucky and fortunate.
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<p style=«text-align: center;«>Foto: © Marc Volquardsen, 2014</p>

2 Responses

  1. werner osterrath
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    Hallo Astrid,
    die Blue Night hab ich am Fernseher mit erlebt….das war Fernweh im Kubik…..
    Das hat es in den siebziger Jahren so nicht gegeben.
    Da war der Hafengeburtstag das einzigste Highlight.
    Viele Grüße aus dem Binnenland Nürnberg sendet dir Werner .

  2. Reinhold
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    welch eine sinnlose verschwendung von strom! zum einen eine stromabschaltung am klimatag und dann sowas. für mich hat das mit kunst nichts zutun!

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