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captures the welcome through a different level. traces of history can be found in many corners of europe traveling to the mall is definitely fun and inspiring but there's actually no need you see you can easily travel from the comforts of the often check a series of computer games the successful wells wide takes players to different historical eras in each game the latest installment in messes found in ancient greece allowing them to gain a bit of cultural knowledge at the same time as getting in adrenaline rush. ancient athens doesn't look all that ancient in color and three d. . the makers of assassin's creed odyssey have brought the grease of some tuna half thousand years ago back to life in exquisite detail. action adventure game takes players back to the world that we know only from relics like the ruins of the
acropolis. important first essence agreed to make sure that we deliver an authentic historical experience and so learning exactly how they built what they built what was still there what had been destroyed what wasn't built yet was very tricky. along with several hundred other collaborative scott phillips worked on the game for three years in the story the game is as i the female character cassandra more male character alexis fight their way up from poor in the scenario to greek heroes. recreating actually greece was was definitely a challenge because there are some very well known historical books or history written at that time but also a lot of that history is mingled with myth and legend so we had to sort of pull out
what we wanted to focus on what we wanted to deliver to recreate the world of ancient greece the game developers with closely with researchers stephanie on her ta teaches ancient greek history at the salon university in paris she took the game developers to important archeological sites like del feet. and she and should the story go images fit with what we know about the era. of genuine historical research the renderings of based on archaeological reports from french archives. very well documented. and they've allowed us to pinpoint exactly when these monuments were built and their exact location. may when i get my trees to give us an idea of what kind is statues and so on to use we also consulted ancient sources that describe these monuments by.
delphine with its all recalled was a mystical place to the ancient greeks in the game historical facts merge with the world of greek mythology. and historical events overlap with game is adventures. in french video game company ubisoft has released eleven installments of assassin's creed since two thousand and seven best set in different eras one takes place during the french revolution. and look at it in victorian london. the third in ancient egypt over ninety million fans will one regularly play the popular game. one of them is christoph couple believe he tests computer games for an online french magazine. i think it's. a successful s.s. way it comes from we submitted to recreate history to make it a life to make it really almost you can almost touch it and more smell it and if i
can save a moments how they were by the van to see to move around. in the course of a radius in greater athens the tradition of reconstruction of an ancient greek gallery is anchored a further source of inspiration for the developers. in the game characters can move by land and by sea the narrative also includes many details of daily life two thousand five hundred years ago there's so much of ancient greek culture myths the legends the gods how people live their lives what they thought was a good life how soccer to. he's talked about the un examined life is not worth living like i think there's there's so much that's still relevant and i hope the players will get some of that from the game and be able to you know sort of re-evaluate themselves and the world around them. the latest the action of assassin's creed is an odyssey a journey with many possible action inches did you then of his have explored the
moon now if the game is ten. well time to move on now it's who are expressing faces to london. beach. on thursday logan's frieze art fair opened with some of the crime the criminal contempt for yards one hundred sixty galleries are exhibiting works by around a thousand artist this year's focuses on the arts made by women with gender equality still has to come a long way in the arts industry to. see little actual backroads for example the ocean records the masses so much either me are female artists as always a lot of arts will be sold at this year's shark fur will continue in london's regent park until sunday.
and instant pay for it with the public at the paris motor show is a full scale galaxy she wrote and built out of more than a million lego pieces without. the replicant super sports content actually go up to thirty kilometers an hour a. comic is not also presenting their visions of automotive future at the magic show which runs until sunday. this flying dream tanks he may be taking passengers home by an hour and then a few chan and rhinos easy is also an autonomous taxi the can function as a rolling office for the business plus shuttle said that's. the world's best when sailing racers are competing on the beach of some compared to ording on germany's north sea coast which one of you to land sailing world championships go on until friday one hundred fifty competitors from fourteen nations are getting this pantone speeches in their three wheeled vehicles. some
caught up to one hundred twenty kilometers an hour speeds otherwise allowed only on the german autobahn. time now to head off the dissolute off in western germany is there you can find one of the most significant collections of modern and contemporary art in europe they collections spans across three exhibition holes named f. three k. twenty and k. twenty one the k. turns you on features contemporary art is dated from the seventy's to the present day but high profile works alone are no longer enough to attract audiences so the new director wants to get creative. the k twenty one is the oldest building to house a museum in docile dorf which showcases the new start it's one of three sites run by the art collection north rhine-westphalia. was designed again simon took over as director and twenty seventeen she also inherited a problem. it's leaked upside or
a little out of the way from the city here so we have to communicate a lot here that's why we have gone all out to integrate this location of the city society and the local art scene here that you can see in a. year modern art goes hand in her with historical ambience like this installation made up of security mirrors coupled with organ music by johann sebastian bach in the first month i think you can actually put out on display anywhere and in the past few years i've often noticed that when art is executed in locations that one to richly built is museums it can be especially interesting. that sucks several weeks to renovate the former parliament building. it also had new rooms added for temporary exhibitions of contemporary art. says and again simon plans to exhibit pieces here by artists who have already made a splash internationally but by local artists as well.
one of the ash i want to include the local art scene as much as we can and show artists from just laid off both in the collective exhibitions and in major solo ones who have money but the plan to cooperation with the art of cademy so we're trying to turn this site into an active house for contemporary art mindbender guess how thrilling was once was. a mysterious dance of death the shadow planes and. lation by dusseldorf based artist hans peter feldman. it's whirling cast of dolls and figures produces a fantastic spectacle on the wall of. reflecting plato's allegory of the cave where people stare at the shadows on the wall instead of recognizing what's real what's them boy we'd like to have a lot of rotation in the collection and keep on showing different works from it we
can't just keep on showing the same things even so there are still works that won't be switched in. the collections choice works are also presented in different ways like man and mouse by german artists katherina fridge units the joints mouse looms on a bed where a man is sleeping the nightmare turns into art. this feel as knots of work ahead we've managed to create a basic structure that we can work with comfortably if i see the k. twenty one as a kind of work in progress it will go on but i can also imagine that in a couple of years we'll have a situation that's quite different from what we've seen in the recent past. twenty one's biggest attraction can be found in its dome the steel wire installation in orbit by argentinian artist thomas sorry say no. it'll still be here even after the renovations are complete. now i'm often the question is tourism
always beneficial to the people living in popular travel destinations for many countries and regions tourism is the main source of income the problem with that is that it can increase prices that the locals can't keep up with and caught us and it has been observing global development in his latest series highlighting the contrasts that might otherwise go unnoticed. luxury high rise buildings in bam surrounded by slums. gigantic new housing projects in. one of the world's poorest cities from like skyscraper in barcelona right next to a camp set up by homeless people. and i'm just trying to provoke you into thinking . what is going on here. for soccer for congress and not just twenty four years on the road visiting cities all over the world to document the
changes they're undergoing. he just wrapped up its capital city project which was shot in asia africa and europe. and then this look for the glaring contradictions in megacities current between rundown slums and major building plan. he wanted to find out if there are common patterns in modern urbanization planning and who really benefits from the current developments. have been planning all over the world as a pretext for raising rents and property prices. it's similar to the pretext of justifying districts by getting creatives to live there and we know that this particular life of the border the people who live in those districts are really being involved in the moment enough to build another generally the decisions are made without consulting go after them and then. close. numbers comes from barcelona
a city that sensitized him to architectural shifts in urban settings in the last few decades millions and millions of tourists have visited the spanish city and the photographer observed out drastically that changed it housing in barcelona center is now almost exclusively offered by hotels and air b.n. b. brands have more than doubled since two thousand and twelve long term residents have been systematically pushed out. what you're going to get how going to affect that i think there's no affects pretty much everyone it's not just about the apartments in central barcelona it also has an effect on at school districts. because if you earn an average wage and you can't find an apartment there anymore but if that's the case for many of my friends in the middle of perth and it's affected my family to family had it is. affordable housing has grown scarce in the spanish city yet at the same time huge building projects are being realized like in the district around the forum building which was constructed for
a major international event back in two thousand and four. today the surrounding streets are lifeless lined with luxury hotels and apartments just a few minutes walk away is that i mean your district nobody wants to invest year anymore but photographers images are a silent accusation. are you ending of that makes me angry and the polls me. new districts are being built to satisfy private interests but no one cares about the poverty right next door you know but when they get them to death in a boat if that. and on this uses his house or blood cameron to cast light on the striking inequality in major modern cities like the korean capital seoul. it's one of the wealthiest cities in the world and many public spaces here are now dominated by leisure centers and shopping malls that are at times surreal. some
parts of the city don't even have running water yet they've been forgotten. even in addis ababa ethiopia investment capital drives the housing market there is no place for people without. things are similar in thailand as capital bangkok where a working class neighborhood next to a temple was torn down to promote tourism a parking lot going up in its place. and understand the same mechanisms and approaches everywhere he says many people do profit from modernization and gentrification just not those who desperately need affordable living space these photos aren't strident they're clear and calm they make people think you're going to want to and they're ready yesterday and i think urbanization should always be shaped by the people who live in a district feel like. i have to listen to people's needs. that north of i thought
that it wouldn't have been necessary to tear everything down and rebuild from scratch. because as we need to listen to what people say they really need for that i guess we've got to have them on the. congo so nanda sees his capital city project as an appeal as a call to arms a call to take back cities by making them livable for every resident. now this wednesday saw the twenty eighth year of german reunification being celebrated to mark the occasion a huge festival was held at the famous brandenburg gate in berlin at the end of the day on wednesday off to music from many different artists there was a massive firework display the audit which the rockets went off with compare lately down to the public how you off all that sure you.
fireworks for the people by the people that was the concept for this year's closing display of the celebrations on the day of german unity and then when. the idea came from german installation artists mounted bunch. with just hours to go before the display thirty four year old multiple was busy setting things up. pyrotechnicians placed over four hundred rockets on the launch platform and everybody got to vote on the order in which they would be fired off botches interactive project was unique therefore over. the interactive fireworks platform is the first one in the world that lets the public vote on the order for the rockets to go off so i don't know in advance that the show will end. i don't know what the choreography will look like or what will happen in the finale.
but wrote for the online ballot and anyone can take can't they just chose a type of rocket and placed it on the firing timeline that displays choreography with set once the last vote was cast sounds pretty chaotic and that's the point. i wanted to remind people that german reunification was also a last second the current that resulted from many individual decisions. the. fireworks of this broke i guess you could even say noble character. but i was really excited by the idea to put it in the hands of the people instead create a brand new kind of fireworks display. that has a different structure. outwith the old says it's time to put things in a brand new context even something as banal as an a.t.m. can become a work of art. i got the a.t.m.
to build a school. and i go there that's completely and put a come for inside. the idea behind it was kind of what happens if a city stops working. people meet up and. places would be important. but i thought people needed something like warmth for them to bring them together so that's why the a.t.m. had a warning for. another of his ideas was to let one of his artist friends cut his hand i way way for example or maybe it's only for only a son. another opportunity for dutch to relinquish control. this or that it's the one could buy all of what i've trimmed that a little. kid's installations turn into ants through interaction. and experiments always in experiments in that sense it's always probably somehow about learning something. and i would like to think that if i created momentum that
others would also start thinking about certain things that the artwork addresses. and he convinced the celebrations organizes to give his idea for a democratic fireworks display a try to show you fit right in with the festival slogan only with you. three days around six hundred thousand people joined in the festival in central but then. on that and that's our approach was to say hey come and join end take not we're not just going to stand there saying here's your passion take a pencil to we wanted people to go into the kitchen section and participate we said take part in the interactive platform then the fireworks will also be your fireworks start. shortly before ten pm the fireworks show will start any minute now the excitement is building what are you going to.
in the end some three and a half thousand people participated in creating out in the celebration of the twenty eighth jim annuity day. now how often do you pick up the books from your shelves and read them i'm sure all of us have some old books lying around well why not feature them in your home in a different way as a bonus for example audio i should say shows you just how easy it is to add a touch of chom to your home whilst using the principles of up cycling at the same time. paper is a method to kind of tug it's relaxing as well as practical because you can turn it
into a unique because. you need a book preferably an old one and one that has at least five hundred pages. and acrylic glass tube you can get one in the craft shop. double sided sticky tape. and a box cutter. let's start first of all remove the book cover up with the cutter. careful that you don't cut out the pages along with it. fold the upper right hand corner in a forty five degree angle to create a triangle. and then fold the bottom right hand corner up to the edge of the opera triangle that you've just created. now fold in the point to the edge of the second fold.
now repeat with forty other pages it's not difficult but you need to be to patients . now stick to lengths of double sided sticky tape on the final folded pages apply all have the screw to the spine of the place that you wanted and then pull up the paper strips protecting the adhesive tape now close up the book taking the first and the last page together. and tell you presto a paper for dried flowers. but there are different types of bookbinding for this project i used a book with a firm binding this year it's a salt cover book which a supply of paper cover it works well to. simply carefully cut of the front and back with a box cutter then you can follow the same procedure as before. the. interior
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