Swiss animator Camille Scherrer combines highly complex computer technology with simple and poetic art. Her animation called "Walls have ears" illustrates how she digitally replicated movements found in nature.
Are human beings morally authorized to do as they choose with animals — to consume them, rob them of their freedom and train them for the purposes of entertainment? Those are questions asked in an exhibition in Hamburg.
Animal poetry is political, says Mikael Vogel. In his poetry collection "Dodos On The Run" he questions man's responsibility for the mass extinction of animals in plain words.
Canada's mounted police have long kept out the bitter cold with muskrat fur. Traditionalists treasure their hats as the heritage of a country that built its wealth on the fur trade. But is it time to go cruelty-free?
On June 20, the British maestro conducts his last symphony concert as the Berlin Philharmonic's music director. The collaboration between orchestra and conductor ends as it began: with Mahler's Sixth Symphony.
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