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Decoding Visual Media: Representations of Nature in Popular Culture

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I am interested in how representations of Nature in the media and popular culture effect our attitudes towards Nature. I would like to study this phenomenon and could use some help from you, yes you reader. I need more examples ...

MEME POSTERS in LJUBLJANA

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Meme posters visiting Metelkova mesto, a legendary alternative place in Ljubljana and the dashboard at the entrance of Student organization in Ljubljana.

Memefest Interview. English version out now on Digicult

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Finally, the Englis version of the interview with Oliver is on line on Digimag vol. 60
"MEMEFEST: OLIVER VODEB. CRITICAL AND RADICAL COMUNICATION"
http://www.digicult.it/digimag/article.asp?id=1957
It's much more that a "propaganda" interview ...

TOP SECRET ?

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This is my illustrated interpretation of the phenomena of digital media and Wikileaks BOOM we are confronted with in this period.
It`s a cover illustration for the student magazine KAŽIN of the University of Primorska region - Slovenia.

Choose and be damned.

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Suddenly, in the digital age, a personal decision like logging off Facebook is not in my hands anymore. It is inextricably linked to my “friends”, work, groups and notes. It does not matter if I continue to gag over photographs ...

Ten Commands for a Digital Age

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Turning all billboards on Times Square into art

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http://www.timessquaretoartsquare.org/

ABOUT OPENBLOG

Open blog is a collective blog agregator.  Posts that can be read and viewed here have been originally posted by members of the Memefest community.

While members of the community  are able to check blog posts from the circle of their comrades within the on-line profile, this is the place where you are able to check on everything that has been bloged by anyone on this platform. The toppics and styles are diverse as this community consists of people from very different cultural, social backgrounds and also very different fields of expertice. Together- and through time- we hope – this gives us a good picture of radical communication culture.