Artists Turn Boats Into Art And Photography Studios And Are Now Sailing Across Europe.
If you're wondering what Maciej Markowicz's role is in this entire project, you'll need to look closely.
He's not an easy person to find because he's aboard a second boat, called the Obscura Bus. This bus is in essence, a floating camera, and those inside it can see projections of the city they're visiting. But the outside practically cloaks the vessel while in the water.
The two inventive artists began their travel adventure in Hamburg way back in November.
Since then, Markowicz and Schulze have been enjoying the experience of traveling around Europe in their 2boats. Of course, they don't have to worry about finding a fancy hotel to stay in when they've got a lovely interior like this.
If you're ever crossing a bridge in Europe, be on the lookout for these two amazing artists.
Chances are you'll see the two boats floating about in the river. So far, Markowicz and Schulze have managed to visit Berlin, Amsterdam, and Paris. And they're taking world traveling to a whole new level.
Traveling the streams and channels in Europe is all nice, but on occasion, they'll dock.
Once the vessels are secured, the collaborative artists are able to explore each city their visit and then return home for the night. Their goal is to study the environment and urban life of European cities through the use of photography.
At sunset, Markowicz gets to hang out at his silver Obscura boat for the night.
Schulze's wooden pontoon-style boat is a lot cozier and warmer looking if you ask us. But while the two artists are busy enjoying their trek through Europe, they plan to return to Hamburg in June for the Triennial of Photography Hamburg Fair, where they're bound to have plenty of photos to offer.
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