Biggest Visual Power Show 2006, Video
January 9th 2007

At the Biggest Visual Power Show 2006, held in Zollverein, Germany, over twenty artists, designers, filmmakers and philosophers gave their view on Next Nature. Click to watch the 45 minute video compilation of the event.

Contributors in the compilation (in order of appearance)
Koert van Mensvoort, Tracy Metz, Karl Grandin, Arnoud van den Heuvel, Rolf Coppens, Olivier & Roeland Otten, Floris Kaayk, Amir Admoni, Fiona Raby, August verburg, Benjamin Renes, Christian Bramsiepe, Peter Wipperman, Werner Lippert, Mieke Gerritzen, Les Christophs, Stephanie Müller, Tinkebell, Debbie Mollenhagen, Toby Kerridge, Uta Eichhorn, Silke Wawro & Robin Gadde, Ton Meijdam, Thom Snels, Béla Zsigmond, Hendrik-Jan Grievink, Jack van Wijk, Wibke Pausch, Niels Schrader, Pictoplasma, Henk Oosterling, Persijn Broersen & Margit Lukacs.

Live registration & editting: Olga Busch. Camera: Rogier Timmermans, Arda Nederveen, Ralf Verbeek, Dennis Kobus. Video directors: Amir Admoni & Rob Schröder.
Show concept & organisation:
Koert van Mensvoort & Mieke Gerritzen.

Related: Photo report of the Powershow, Powershow WDR Television item.

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Posted 13/02/2007 – 18:18

Good Eugen, of course giving an impression for people who weren't there, was the whole idea of putting the compilation video online. Glad it works. :-)

Posted 13/02/2007 – 13:15

Thanks a lot for making the file available, Dr. Natural. But I have to say: Wow! I wasn't there in person, but I must definitely attend the next visual powershow. I will register now, so I will be kept up to date.

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Posted 03/02/2007 – 18:14

Videofile temporarily online, especially for you Eugen
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Should men be able to give birth to children?

Koert van Mensvoort: Is the artificial womb frankenstein-like symbol of (male) engineers trying to steal the magical womb from women? Or… is it a feminist project and needed to reach through equality between the sexes? I personally lean towards the latter. To me it feels like progress if a girl can tell a guy to carry the womb for a change.

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