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F/light

May 17, 2013 1 comment

sk/edge

September 5, 2012 Comments off

by Dorothee Lang

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Dorothee Lang is into roads, stories, places, crossings, and all the things they lead and connect to. She lives in Germany, blogs at life as a journey, and her new book is Worlds Apart. Her other animation for the Fragments issue, published on July 30, was “lines of the days.”

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lines of the days

July 30, 2012 8 comments
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Sitting With

January 5, 2012 2 comments

by Dorothee Lang

Sitting With by Dorothee Lang -- museum-goers sitting in front of Buddha statues
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Dorothee Lang is a writer, web freelancer and traveler, and the editor of BluePrintReview. She lives in Germany, keeps a sky diary, and always was fascinated by languages, roads and the world, themes that reflect in her own work. For more about her, visit her at blueprint21.de.

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Objects of Desire and Their Wrapping

June 24, 2011 3 comments

by Dorothee Lang

headless mannequin in Stuttgard - photo by Dorothee Lang
January 2010, Stuttgart City (click on image to view a larger version)

 

Dorothee Lang (website) is a writer, web freelancer and traveller, and the editor of BluePrintReview. She lives in Germany, and always was fascinated by languages, roads and the world, themes that reflect in her own work. She keeps a sky diary, is still captured by the possibilities of the web, and currently is focusing on collaborate projects.

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forms of being

March 7, 2011 8 comments

by Dorothee Lang

forms of being by Dorothee Lang

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Dorothee Lang is a writer, web freelancer and traveller, and the editor of BluePrintReview. She lives in Germany, and has always been fascinated by words and the way they change in different countries. Recent projects include the launch of >language >place, an open, collaborative blog project. For more about her, visit her at blueprint21.de.

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Nikolaikirche

October 11, 2010 1 comment

by Dorothee Lang

Nikolaikirche, Leipzig by Dorothee Lang
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Nikolaikirche in Leipzig was the centre of the peaceful public revolt against the communist system in East Germany. Beginning in 1980, people gathered in the church every Monday for prayer. First just a few met, then more, until in 1989, thousands came together there every week for Monday mass, which was followed by a walk of protest.

It’s still moving to walk across the church square, and to see the photo that was taken during one of the Monday walks. The banner says “Friedliche Revolution — Aufbruch zur Demokratie” / “Peaceful Revolution — Rise for Democracy.”

 

Dorothee Lang is a writer, web freelancer and traveller. She lives in Germany and edits BluePrintReview and Daily s-Press. Recent publications include HA&L, YB, elimae, Referential, a handful of stones, eclectica, and for a silly reason, The New Yorker. For more about her, visit her website.

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