Photographer and filmmaker Umesh Karki presents Berlin in a stunning timelapse video. One of his fast-motion clip contains over 20,000 photos.
Naming her the most influential contemporary artist in the world today by giving her the number one spot on the "Power 100" list, ArtReview magazine praised Hito Steyerl for her work as an artist and theorist.
YouTube users can express their displeasure with a video by clicking on the "dislike" button. And they do.
Photographer and filmmaker Umesh Karki presents Berlin in a stunning timelapse video. His fast-motion clip “Berlin In Motion (Part II)” contains over 20,000 photos.
Here, just about everything that can go wrong, does go wrong. Badly cut cakes, a ruler that slips while drawing, and playing cards that fly in all directions when shuffled: for pedants, this video is a horror movie!
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