Before the end of the year, here is the music I liked to listen to in 2019.
A brief collection of recent music that I liked.
After 10 years, mockART recorded a new album of experimental sounds and music.
Interview with Arno Müller about Tom’s Drag and its designs by Thomas Hoffmann
An Interview with Edda Schlager, who works as a photojournalist in Central Asia.
A new picture plus reviews of “Omega” by Morente & Lagartija Nick and “Beauty Will Save the World” by Revolutionary Army of the Infant Jesus.
A musical odyssey though some records I liked to listen to this year.
A brief interview with 4plus – a collective of photographers from Armenia.
An interview with László Dobos about media and press freedom in Hungary.
Endangered by the construction of a dam, John Crofoot answers questions about the present situation and possible future of Hasankeyf.
“Places To Visit” – the new photobook by rabirius takes you from Western Europe towards the East to Central Asia.
Only A Little Tune today – but a big announcement for a new section here on my website/blog: Sounds. In the sound section you will find some field recordings which I collected over the years and share via Soundcloud. You will also find links to my recordings as mockART.
More greatest hits – or some music you might not have discovered yet
So, what are your experiences? Which operating system do you use? How does it work for processing photos? Do you think you can get used to Gimp and other Linux programs if you keep using them? Or do you think it is better to switch to Windows for the second computer where you can use photoshop and other programs as well? And, if you use Windows, how do you protect your computer?
Finally, my new eBook is out. But before I tell you more, here are some other announcements! A Book Of Photographs and A Book Of Animals are still available as gratis ebooks. Please go to Prints […]
Hasankeyf is a beautiful place with a long history that dates back to the dawn of civilization. Sadly, this place might vanish soon, due to the construction of a dam.
So, here it finally is, the second book of photographs by rabirius. In “A Book Of Photographs“ I explored the relationship between nature and civilisation. My new book takes a look at the casualties of this […]
Though I already posted The Band a couple of months ago, I thought it appropriate to use it again for this sort of article about music. As a follower of my blog, you have probably […]
Good News: A Book of Photographs is now available as iBook for Apple devices like your iPhone or iPad. You can get your copy when you click on this Link. I decided to make a […]
So here it is. The fist book with photographs by rabirius. I decided to make a book of some of the best pictures I previously published on this blog – and it was tough to select […]
Having visited the east and west of Turkey a couple of times, I noticed that you find the economic boom mainly in the west. Travelling through the eastern regions, you can see the hardship of […]
Of all places I visited in Turkey, Diyarbakır felt entirely different. When I first visited Southeastern Anatolia two years ago, I didn‘t manage to visit Diyarbakır, but met some travellers on the Dolmuş who told […]
I took the trip to Iran in June 2012 and wrote this piece afterwards. It was meant to be published somewhere else – but as it was not working out, I will publish it here […]