The last episode of the Ruhrpott tetralogie is now online at Ruhrpott Part IV - long kiss goodby.
Dominik Jais is working with mixed media, mostly old computer parts like floppy disks, hard drives and circuit boards. His art is a continuous reflection about humanism, the human habitat and environment. Find selected works in the artwork section.
|elevatores - https://t.co/p5oqjwQPQe #fdd #train, #lisbon, #portugal #djphoto — 1 day 17 min ago|
|RT @RBenmergui: Finland is 100 today! Finland is pretty cool, but do you know how cool? Check out my visual fact sheet. #Suomi100… https://t.co/WW4cJzJUu7 — 1 week 3 days ago|
|RT @FinnEmbassyDC: In honour of Finland's centenary, the Saana fell in Finnish #Lapland became the largest light installation in the w… https://t.co/z2NN5UPZmX — 1 week 3 days ago|
|Ruhrgebiet III - https://t.co/zLgkPVgK5o #fdd #hdd #nykytaide #dj — 2 weeks 1 day ago|
|The rest - https://t.co/Ryq6YnnnTE #fdd #bike, #people, #industry #djphoto — 2 weeks 1 day ago|