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26 April. (Sunday)

    

KLESITZ PIROSKA (HUN) feeling pictures

photographer from Győr, Hungary

My first memory of the world in the frame is connected to rain. To black and white. To lines and movements. I pushed my nose against the window, and watched how the rain was hatching the outside world. It was beautiful. It hatched my father's roses in front of the window, the path behind them, the fence, the pavement in front of the house and finally the field on the other side of the pavement and the wainut free beside. Also, there were people walking in the rain. The rhithm of their steps blurred the lines between the bowing tree in the rain and racing home. These rhitms are still close to me. The games of movements and lines, black and white live in my frames.

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NAGY Attila István (HUN)

photographer, independent film maker, cameraman
(Born in: Győr, 24/05/1981)
MEDIAWAVE collegaue
He is a photographer assistant in the camps
He works at the Television Bábolna
E-mail: andepend@gmail.com

Phone: +36/70/332-5432

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SZAMI (Győr, Hungary)

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TALABÉR TAMÁS (Pannonhalma, Hungary)

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PASSPORT CONTROL International Photo Workshop

The first Passport Control Workshop was in spring of 2006. Its aim was mainly to invite young artists to find cooperative workmanship at an international level. The very first themes were about travelling, the borders and cultural distances against common values when finally the name Passport Control was born. The workshop’s existence depends on its community using every element of cultural diversity and has source of inspiration.

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