In this edition: Tape art from the Netherlands, trends in German video games, British atist Antony Gormley, Scottish percussionist Evelyn Glennie, and German YouTube star Mr. Tutorial.
Dutch artist Hendrik Welling has turned to using packaging tape rather than paint for his creations. The key however to viewing his works is backlighting.
Berlin studio Kunst-stoff is making waves with its hit game "Pudding Panic.” It’s no ordinary video game, but an action puzzle which pitches a jelly mould against scary monsters on a ghost train. Getting it out in one piece is the name of the game.
British Artist Antony Gormley’s latest work is on display at Hamburg’s Deichtorhallen. It’s a 2500 sq. meter, black reflective structure, floating several meters above the floor.
This Scottish musician has become one of the most famous solo percussionists in the world. We watch the artist at work.
Sami Slimani is Germany's most successful online tester. Going by the alias 'Herr Tutorial,' he gives advice and handy tips about new products, or how-to lessons in a new video every week. His commentaries have won over more than 200,000 subscribers and generated tens of millions of hits on the internet.