1. Passing Through by
    Kristian Ulrich Larsen idkul.com and Olafur Haraldsson olihar.com

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    How to watch?
    Full-Screen.
    Max volume.
    Enjoy.
    Think.

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    Shooting location:
    Iceland

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    Music:
    Division - Moby
    mobygratis.com/

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    Narration:
    Frank Stubbs

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    Sound editing:
    Yossi Karutchi

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    Consulting:
    Mette Mikkelsen
    Niels Peter Skou
    Barnabas Wetton
    Kolding School of Design

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    The text used for the narration of “Passing Through” is part of a speech Serbian scientist and inventor
    Nikola Tesla delivered in 1893 at the Franklin Institute in Philadelphia. Though today less known than
    figures like Edison and Einstein, Tesla was more or less the father of much of our modern technology, since
    he among other things developed the foundations of the European electrical system based on alternating
    currents and the principles of wireless radio communication.

    At the time he was deeply influenced by the Austrian physicist and philosopher Ernst Mach, believing
    that the world should be conceived as a whole where everything is interconnected influencing each
    other. And that energy is a force that runs through everything be it inorganic matter, organisms or human
    consciousness. According to this line of thought every single action has universal consequences, not unlike
    what the father of modern chaos theory Edward Lorenz in the 1960’s termed ‘the butterfly effect’.

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    “Passing Through” is made at Kolding School of Design in connection to the Danish iPower-project.
    To learn more about the iPower-project go to designskolenkolding.dk/index.php?id=4052 or ipower-net.dk.

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    Narration text:
    "Like a wave in the physical world, in the infinite ocean of the medium which pervades all, so in the world of organisms, in life, an impulse started proceeds onward, at times, may be, with the speed of light, at times, again, so slowly that for ages and ages it seems to stay, passing through processes of a complexity inconceivable to men, but in all its forms, in all its stages, its energy ever and ever integrally present. 

    A single ray of light from a distant star falling upon the eye of a tyrant in bygone times may have altered the course of his life, may have changed the destiny of nations, may have transformed the surface of the globe, so intricate, so inconceivably complex are the processes in Nature. In no way can we get such an overwhelming idea of the grandeur of Nature than when we consider, that in accordance with the law of the conservation of energy, throughout the Infinite, the forces are in a perfect balance, and hence the energy of a single thought may determine the motion of a universe.”

    Nikola Tesla "The Electrical Review, 1893"

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    Come and join the Sustainable Energy Facebook page.
    facebook.com/sustainablee

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    Gear:
    Dynamic Perception Stage Zero
    dynamicperception.com/

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    Canon 5D Mark II with various lenses.

    # vimeo.com/44193401 Uploaded 372K Plays 148 Comments
  2. Music by Hilary Hahn and Hauschka hahnandhauschka.com

    video by: Eric Epstein
    featuring: Jordan Bruner (also a director/animator jordanbruner.net)
    with: Nadia Husain, Kevin Lawler, Edward Tasick, Ayli Velorok, Desmond Williams, Nancy Diana Wong
    associate producer: Desmond Williams
    'the box' made by: Andi Burnett andiburnett.com
    co-editor: Robert Lopuski forgottensundays.com

    © Deutsche Grammophon GmbH

    # vimeo.com/43167298 Uploaded 53K Plays 22 Comments
  3. Best viewed in HD & Full-screen with sound.

    Alone, I drove almost 3.500Km, hiked around 100km, met lots of people and have seen unbelievable landscapes. Putting those 19 days in four minutes and a half was the most difficult part.
    Travelling to Iceland is an overwhelming life experience, and I definitely want to come back.

    Gear:
    - Canon 7D
    - Canon 17-55mm 2.8
    - Canon 50mm 1.4
    - GoPro Hero 3 (only used in the car shots)

    Music:
    God is an Astronaut - Loss

    Special Thanks to:
    Joe Capra (The Midnight Sun), Klara Harden (Made in Iceland) and Eric Hines (Expedition Iceland) for inspiring me with their work.
    Michael Levy for the International Photographer's Map (Indispensable for this trip http://www.international-photographer.com/maps/iceland/ ). Isabela Ramos for the HUGE help in Providence (Valeu Tutu).
    Fred Ekblad for the help in Laugavegurinn (I want to see your shots, man).
    And all the friendliest people of Iceland.

    # vimeo.com/72699960 Uploaded 63.1K Plays 56 Comments
  4. We recently launched Kinfolk Saturdays, a film series we hope will offer you lots of ideas for things to do on the weekends, inspire you to try new things and make the most of your precious days off.

    This week we celebrate the Flower Potluck, an event we hosted in April in 24 cities around the world. Watch the film and be inspired to host one yourself.

    Click here to read our story on Hosting a Flower Potluck:
    kinfolk.com/kinfolk-saturdays-flower-potluck

    Film by Andrew & Carissa Gallo of SeaChant.co
    Sound Mix and Design by ClintSnowSound.com

    Florist, Riley Messina. Stylist, Alison Brislin. Music, La Liberte. Sound design, Clint Snow.

    # vimeo.com/66684431 Uploaded 72K Plays 7 Comments
  5. Our Kinfolk Saturdays film series is all about giving you lots of ideas for things to do on weekends, inspiring you to try new things and making the most of those precious days off.

    This week is all about getting out there and picking your own berries (or fruit, vegetables, flowers, etc.!). We made a list of ideas of places to go here: kinfolk.com/kinfolk-saturdays-picking-berries

    Film by SeaChant.co
    Sound Mix and Design by ClintSnowSound.com
    Music by LaLiberteMusic.com

    # vimeo.com/72612429 Uploaded 92K Plays 6 Comments

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