Sunday, January 29, 2017

Koyaanisqatsi - The Beautiful Objects Vol.2 2017 (Corn Ghosts)

Fourth, through aesthetic judgments, beautiful objects appear to be 'purposive without purpose' (sometimes translated as 'final without end'). An object's purpose is the concept according to which it was made (the concept of a vegetable soup in the mind of the cook, for example); an object is purposive if it appears to have such a purpose; if, in other words, it appears to have been made or designed. But it is part of the experience of beautiful objects, Kant argues, that they should affect us as if they had a purpose, although no particular purpose can be found.
Critique of Judgment (1790)

Immanuel Kant
(22 April 1724 - 12 February 1804)

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Thursday, January 26, 2017

Koyaanisqatsi - UMPRUM - TOKYO 2017




clothes: MAROSBARAN
special thx to: Liběna Rochová and Vojta Novotný

KOYA part of UMPRUM presentation during Bunka Fashion Graduate University Fashion Week

30. 1.  – 3. 2. 2017
Bunka Fashion Graduate University Fashion Week


3. 2. 2017
Expo in Czech Centre Tokyo



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Monday, January 16, 2017

MAROSBARAN - THE IMPERIAL PHASE 2017

The Imperial Phase is the fifth hybrid project by MAROSBARAN.
Coming soon.
2017

                                  
E V O L V E M E N T


201702170717
Announcement nb.3
teaser nb.1 (The Winter Forest)


201702112017
Announcement nb.2
teaser release date




201701172001
Announcement nb.1
poster released

Friday, December 16, 2016

Koyaanisqatsi - P13 - China Town 2016

clothes: MAROSBARAN
photography: Nat Kuz
model: Richard Schmidt
make up: Pavie Valsa

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Koyaanisqatsi - P12 - Two Theaters 2016

clothes: MAROSBARAN
photography: Létoslav Chromek
model: Pavol Harminc

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