1. Directed and Produced by Salazar for Red Bull Media House

    To learn more about Theo and his beasts

    Music: Edo Van Breemen
    Editor: Jason Myers


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  3. Who gets to call themselves an artist? The term didn’t come naturally, or easily, to East London native Shantell Martin, who says that, growing up, the idea of living life as an artist was not something she could totally comprehend. “You know, I drew as a child,” she says. “We all draw as children. I never knew it was art, because I didn't have artists around me. I didn't have galleries around me. I didn't have museums around me, so I didn't know it was art.” Now, of course, she does.

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  4. Looking at the world, and seeing yourself reflected in it. #ThatsContinental. We set out on a road trip with director Matty Brown with this spirit in mind. This is what we found.

    Client: The Lincoln Motor Company
    Agency: Hudson Rouge
    Department: Social
    Creative Director: Ashley Davidson
    Global Chief Creative Officer: Jon Pearce
    Editorial Manager: Ashley Eldridge
    SVP, Director of Content Production: Suzanne Crowe
    Agency Producer: Stephen Wright
    Agency CEO: Paul Venn
    Account: Casey Browning
    Project Manager: Tavia Moore

    Client, Kacie Theisen, Andy Georgescu


    Director: Matty Brown
    Director of Photography: Matty Brown
    Producer: Jenn Kim, Kindly Productions
    Executive Producer: Jeff Hurlow, Vimeo

    Production Company: Vimeo
    Production Company: Kindly Productions


    Editor: Matty Brown

    Mix: Aaron Southerland
    Marc Graue Recording Studios
    VO: Vincent Ventresca

    Composer: Reid Willis (reidwillis.com/)
    Musicologist: Matthew Harris

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  5. “Artists should have confidence in the fact that making a drawing is changing the world.” Danish-Icelandic artist, Olafur Eliasson, here presents his strong and personal advice to young artists.

    “Making art is making the world”, Eliasson continues, stressing his point that art should not be marginalized, as art is not fragile, but quite the opposite: “Working with art is working with something that is very fierce, very strong and very robust.”

    Artists should be very sensitive to their surroundings and the context in which they find themselves. They should, however, also stay true to themselves and make sure that the strong market and its attractiveness does not commercialize them.

    Olafur Eliasson (b. 1967) works with sculpture, painting, photography, film and installations. He grew up in Iceland and Denmark and studied at the Royal Danish Academy of Fine arts from 1989-1995. In 1995 he moved to Berlin where he founded Studio Olafur Eliasson. Eliasson is behind many major exhibitions and projects around the world, such as ‘The Weather Project’ at Tate Modern’s Turbine Hall in 2003, ‘Take Your Time: Olafur Eliasson’ organized by SFMOMA in 2007, which travelled until 2010 to major venues such the Museum of Modern Art, New York, and ‘Riverbed’ at Louisiana Museum of Modern Art, Denmark in 2014. Among Eliasson’s projects in public space are ‘Green River’, carried out in various cities from 1998-2001 and ‘The Serpentine Gallery Pavilion’ in 2007 in collaboration with Kjetil Thorsen of Snøhetta. He lives and works in Copenhagen and Berlin.

    Olafur Eliasson was interviewed by Marc-Christoph Wagner at Louisiana Museum of Modern Art, Denmark in 2014.

    Camera: Klaus Elmer
    Edited by: Kamilla Bruus
    Produced by: Marc-Christoph Wagner, 2014
    Copyright: Louisiana Channel, Louisiana Museum of Modern Art

    Supported by Nordea-fonden

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