A flip-book by Wiebke K. FÖLSCH (Germany - 2008)
Symbolic place in center of Berlin, the "Potsdamer Platz", seen by the German artist Wiebke K. FÖLSCH.
It is named after the city of Potsdam, the Potsdamer Platz is in the center of Berlin.
Crossed by the famous wall that cut Germany in two between 1961 and 1989, this place is daily visited by over 70,000 visitors! (source Wikipédia).
In this flip-book, Wiebke K. FÖLSCH shows us her vision of the place became "a giant shopping mall" : billboards for beers or cosmetics turn slowly advertisements for flip-books of the artist ...
With a very careful examination, you will discover many little details in the background of the animation : many little animations to discover with each flipping ...
Normal direction of flipping :
from front to back
Advised speed :
4 pages a second
Average duration :
Level of difficulty of flipping :
But you do wat you want, it’s YOU the BIG chief ! .....
Wiebke K. FÖLSCH
Born in Lübeck, West Germany
Lives In Berlin
Artist Photographer since 1999
Her photographic work : structure and influences of architecture on the man and his body.
She creates flip-books since 2005 and since have own-produced more than one hundred, with hard copies varying of some specimens to several.
Her flip-books always implies a reaction of its reader : either by an emotion with her erotic titles, or by a ludic action with the flipbooks (to be colored, in relief, visible with black light... etc).
to be continued ...