동방유행 (The Guide to East Asia and Seoul) is a monthly magazine devoted to travel, food, shopping, architecture and fashion in Seoul and East Asia. For this issue (Vol. 1 March 2015) Nils Clauss photographed the section “25 Districts, 5 Zones, This is the City Life” for the magazine.
동방유행 (The Guide to East Asia and Seoul) is sold in all major book stores in Seoul and East Asia. For further images, follow this link.
BICYCLE PRINT is a quarterly magazine devoted to bicycle culture in and outside of Korea. For this issue Nils Clauss photographed the Korean based interviewees contributing to this magazine.
BICYCLE PRINT is sold in all major book stores in Seoul or can be purchased directly through Propaganda Press.
The Beauty of Ageing (그대로) project initiated from the question “Is ageing a sad thing?.” Beauty of Ageing meets the elderly and aims to face them as they are – not as an ‘elderly’ but as a person. Moreover the project aims to bridge the gap between the young and old, where they can meet, understand and talk to each other. The magazine is published by graphic designer Shin In-ah and editor Maeng Sunho. These images have been taken for issue “0”.
Further images can be viewed following this link.
The Leeum, Samsung Museum of Art is a museum in Seoul, South Korea, run by the Samsung Foundation of Culture. It comprises two parts that house traditional Korean art and contemporary art. Museum 1 is designed by Swiss architect Mario Botta and Museum 2 is by French architect Jean Nouvel. Dutch architect Rem Koolhaas designed the Samsung Child Education & Culture Center.
These images have been taken for Leeum’s in-house publication ‘Culture and I’. Further images can be viewed following this link.
After a Vimeo Staff Pick and a showcase on The Atlantic, now CHOA has also been selected as a finalist for the Documentary Film Award 2014 by the Manuel Rivera-Ortiz Foundation. Adam Hobbs and Nils Clauss would like to thank UIC and Choa Choi for making this possible in the first place. For more information follow this link.
The UIC promo video A PATH TO SUCCESS just went online. Adam Hobbs, Kuiock Park and Nils Clauss would like to thank Hyungji Park, Jade Choi, Ji Hye Jung, Levi Patel, Nicholas Mockridge, Neil Ardiff, Neil Dowling, Sungil Lee, Sun Kyung Park, Christoph Gularowski, Park Hyo Hun, Wooram Jung, Min Sang Ahn, Jongbok Lee, Aedel Park, Hassan Haider, Yonsei University, Exit Studios, Club Cage, Christian Blood & all the students in this video for their amazing help.
For more information on UIC follow this link.
The music video MOONCHILD for M83 will screen in London, UK. Shorts on Tap will today (7th of August) showcase the video in a programme called Rocket Science among 7 Sci-fi Short Films at Cafe1001, Brick Lane from 8pm.
Shorts on Tap call Rocket Science “a leap in the best contemporary science fiction short-film production”. The 12th monthly short-film screening event features 7 short films from both UK-based and overseas directors. 7 stories, 7 journeys across imagination, futurism and visual FX from all over the world. Discussing, debating, commenting on the films with their directors.
Moonchild, a music video by Nils Clauss and Neil Dowling, is about a young girl, who dreams of going into outer space. When she finally gets there she zaps the evil aliens into a peaceful groove with her ray gun. Follow this link, in order to find out more about the event.
The Method Case is a blog specialized on design, architecture and visual communication. Just recently they published a feature on the “YÉOL Artisan of the Year” project, which was awarded to artisan Kim Soo-Young in collaboration with modern designer Gio Kisang. Follow this link to the blog entry in full length.
Universal Everything is a Sheffield based media art and design studio. Their work for Vision Hall Media Wall at Hyundai Motor Group University, Mabuk Campus, in South Korea has been awarded with the Red Dot Design Award in the category of BEST CORPORATE FILM 2013. This footage has been supporting the award application by Universal Everything and has been shot, directed and edited by Nils Clauss.
Vision Hall, which belongs to a human resources development centre of Hyundai Motor Group, was designed for its employees to visually experience the company’s philosophy. The hall uses state-of-the-art technology like a 3D sound system of 36 channels and a media wall (24 x 3.5 metres) to present interactive content of up to 48K resolution spread across 730 micro-tiles. This current multi- media exhibition was organised to stimulate an ongoing dialogue between the company and employees. Vision Hall and the selected artworks are meaningful, as they open up a space of dialogue and reflect on the company’s willingness to communicate.