Besides displaying his photographs of Beijing taken during the past 5 years, the exhibit also wishes to display photographic works around the world taken by photographers whom the Internet may connect.
The purpose is to demonstrate photography as a medium that overcomes language. Using the form of photoblogs on the internet to promote exchange and understanding among people from different countries and locations.
You only have to send your photograph(s) to email@example.com
The received photograph(s) will be slide-showed using a projector in the 4.29 exhibit, and will also likely to be printed in the exhibition book. You can choose to send any pics you like:-)
There are 4 means by which to participate in this exhibition:
1. By e-mail Send your pictures to by e-mail to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Send your pictures in a photo-message to: email@example.com
3. Hand your pictures in at the venue.
Apart from sending your pictures by e-mail or photo-message you may bring digital or analog cameras to the exhibition venue and have pictures that you have taken projected within the rolling film in the exhibition (card-reading equipment for all forms of digital camera card will be available at the venue).
If you are a flickr member, you can also add your flickr photos directly to the exhibit project group. (just join before posting) The group address is: http://www.flickr.com/groups/hiziboy/
1. Your pictures will be shown in rolling fashion at the exhibition venue and may be printed in the exhibition album.
2. In your message, please highlight the photographer's name, the photograph location, and when the photograph was taken.
3. Photographs should not exceed 1 MB, please keep the number of pics under 10.
If there are still any questions, please e-mail to: firstname.lastname@example.org
For more info, visit Dimensions Art Center's blog
Exhibition: Here - Photoblogger Ziboy's self expression
Opening: 15:00 on Saturday April 29, 2006
Venue: Dimensions Art Center (798 Dashanzi No.4 Jiuxianqiao, Beijing)
- The exhibition will run until May 22, 2006
- Entrance is free