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Since more than 200 million years, tiny architects have been working in the oceans. They are unicellular plants with astonishing abilities. They use silicates to create filigree sheaths in which they live. The size of their dwellings is equivalent to about 1/5 of the thickness of a human hair. They form an indispensable part of the food chains in the oceans. And they produce 20% of the oxygen in our breathing air.
This Visus movie shows the architectural masterpieces produced by tiny creatures in the microcosm of the oceans.
Both, environmental pollution and climate change are increasingly worsening their living conditions!
Please help protect the threatened food chains in the oceans:
Draw attention to diatoms. Share the video with your friends. Or download the movie to your computer and show it to as many people as possible.
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the 1st documenta
a VISUS-Film from the series,
the movie that has never been filmed
In 1955 Arnold Bode, a Professor of Art and a designer, made his dream come true: an exhibition according to European Art Development in the twentieth century.
The place to make it happen was a rebuild and renovated World War II ruin: the Museum Friedericianum located at the Friedrichsplatz
Together with Werner Haftmann, a very popular art historian, Bode prepared and was to lay the foundations for the most important exhibition worldwide according to contemporary art for the very first time...
(extract of the comment by Dr.Harald Kimpel)
Until today no film about this famous exhibition is existing. Visus-Vision UG realized the film based on historical photographs researched at the documenta Archiv, Kassel and the German documentation center for art history – Bildarchiv Foto Marburg.
Every single scene was implemented by using our own innovative software-system VISUS.
The DVD documenta 1955 is available
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price: 23,80 € PAL-DVD , 70 min. german, english