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Gerard Kuster

MEDIACENTER, Hilversum

Hilversum, the Netherlands

September 21, 2008; 13.30 local time

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MEDIACENTER, HILVERSUM

During the weekend of September 20-21, students of the “Utrecht School of the Arts”, exhibited their Graduation Work. The best place to present works in Art and Media is, of course, the new Mediacenter in Hilversum.

This new building for the Netherlands Institute For Sound And Vision consists of five levels under ground and five levels above ground. In the underground, the national archives of Dutch radio and television recordings are stacked around a deep canyon.

Above ground, a staged volume contains the media museum.

The third element is the office building of the institute.

The three volumes together enclose a large public atrium. The facade of the building is a screen of coloured relief glass that depicts famous images of Dutch television, a composition by graphic designer Jaap Drupsteen
(source: Neutelings Riedijk Architects )
www.gerardkuster.nl

www.panoramafullscreen.nl

Location

Europe / Netherlands

Lat: 52° 14' 7.7" N
Long: 5° 10' 23.23" E

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Equipment

Canon EOS 5D, Sigma 8mm, Manfrotto Tripod with selfmade Panoramahead, PTGui, Photoshop.
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