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Backlight: Cultural Barbarians

March 8, 2017 ,

A sculpture of a kneeling Hitler was recently sold for 17 million dollars. Has art turned into nothing more than a market, where only museums’ visitor numbers count, or the stardom of an artist such as Ai Weiwei? A new generation of artists is fighting this trend and creating explicitly activist art connected to a changing world.

Along the banks of the Yangtze

March 11, 2016 , , ,

China is one of the largest world powers but we can hardly put a face on it yet. Let alone have any idea of how the average Chinese man lives and works, or what his ambitions or fears are.Photographer Ruben Terlou took his camera along the banks of the River Yangtze, talking to the locals about the impact of the economic progress.

Full Proof

March 11, 2016 , , ,

This science series for children (age 7-12) drags science out of the classroom and takes experiments outdoors. Each episode is hosted by a different child from a different country in the world. They do a number of surprising experiments revolving around on central theme, like ‘magnets’ or ‘surface tension’. These experiments are simple and easily replicable with the contents of an average kitchen cupboard. FULL PROOF translates science into the coolest part of everyday life.