Video Interviews



DW interviews Adam Lowe

German TV interviews Adam Lowe and his particular view on Madrid.
Justo Cathedral, Teresa Solar exhibition, Abdul Vas opening, and more.

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Michael Hoppen on Boris Savelev

A series of interviews by Michael Kurcfeld during Paris Photo 2012, including one of Michael Hoppen on the qualities of Savelev's technique.

The exhibition Colour Constructions can be seen in Michael Hoppen Gallery London from 2nd December 2011 to 21st January 2012. In this interview Michael Hoppen talks about Boris Savelev's unique approach to photography - 'Boris doesnt take photographs- he makes them.

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Babylon project with Adam Lowe 4/4

Since the first issue of Babylon City of Dreams, Factum Arte has been collaborating on different stories and video interviews - This selection some of video interviews between Adam Lowe and Cinzia Bontempi can also be found on Babylon City of Dreams.

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Babylon project with Adam Lowe 3/4

Since the first issue of Babylon City of Dreams, Factum Arte has been collaborating on different stories and video interviews - This selection some of video interviews between Adam Lowe and Cinzia Bontempi can also be found on Babylon City of Dreams.

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Babylon project with Adam Lowe 2/4

Since the first issue of Babylon City of Dreams, Factum Arte has been collaborating on different stories and video interviews - This selection some of video interviews between Adam Lowe and Cinzia Bontempi can also be found on Babylon City of Dreams.

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Babylon project with Adam Lowe 1/4

Since the first issue of Babylon City of Dreams, Factum Arte has been collaborating on different stories and video interviews - This selection some of video interviews between Adam Lowe and Cinzia Bontempi can also be found on Babylon City of Dreams.

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Sciences Po interviews

Simon Schaffer and Adam Lowe were interviewed by the team of Sciences Po, Paris, in November 2009 before the Microsoft Prize for Art and Technology was awarded to Adam Lowe.

Simon Schaffer, professor of the History of Science at Cambridge University, shares his views on the concept of scientific humanities and the possibilities of digital mediation. Adam Lowe explains Factum Arte's approach to art and conservation, and discusses ongoing projects and the aims of the Factum Foundation for Digital Technology in Conservation.

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