Connected Worlds Panorama Exhibition
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Shot entirely with the Nokia N95 mobile phone, the Connected Worlds exhibition visits 9 cities in 5 continents. London, Paris, Venice, New York, San Francisco, Sidney, Capetown, Singapore and Hong Kong are the venues. At up to 7 meters long the images set out to challenge how we look at mobile phone imaging and create a vibrant panoramic portrait of the elements that make each city unique. The Exhibition opens at the Royal Albert Hall On October 24th. The exhibition will be open to the public on two open days, Saturday October 27th and Saturday November 3 from 11.00am - 3.00pm. The images by Henry Reichhold, pioneering photographer and artist, will be printed using an Epson Stylus Pro 9800 44” large format printer and UltraChrome K3 ink. It will be displayed at the Royal Albert Hall. The Connected Worlds project consist of two exhibitions one ‘realworld ’ and one ‘virtual’. The duality of this approach aims to reflect the way in which images are being shared across the world. The Virtual exhibition will open on Nokia’s Secondlife Island on October 24th 2007 and consist of a purpose built Island Gallery that marks Nokia’s entry into Secondlife - opening up the exhibition to a huge new audience.