The Revolution Has Arrived

Apparently I have arrived (the Revolution)… early as always by several years… Figital as in Figital Revolution has become a thing! I have no vested interest in this but a pin or two would be nice…

Viva la Revolution- Steve

Follow Me on Instagram

Ok so I’ve stepped into the 21st century and now have an active instagram account…

 

 

 

www.instagram.com/stephenschaub/

You will notice there is a window/feed for Instagram on the right side of the home page. If you want to stay up to date will all aspects of my work, travel and testing that may someday make it here as a full article, follow me there!

Please share this to all film/ hybrid photographers you know…

Viva la Revolution-

Steve

 

Social Media Reform

This is a very important video to watch… I have it starting at 21:21 which is where it gets into the negative effects of social media on critical thought and discourse.

The ending is great and after watching this and reading about this issue for several months now and having many, many discussions with my brilliant wife Eve I decided today to remove all social media apps from my iPhone… only apps essential for business are left- no more distractions. I also turned off almost all notifications and have to admit today has been a lot quieter and nicer. I still have access on my laptop to FB and Twitter but I am going to limit that as much as possible… too much noise and not enough time to think.

Viva la Revolution- Steve

Net Neutrality

This is very important… yes the message is delivered with humor- but if Net Neutrality ends so will the internet as we know it…

Call your representative and get involved… the internet is perhaps the greatest gift the American people have given to the world so let’s not fuck it up now…

https://www.battleforthenet.com/

Viva la Revolution- Stephen

Motion Pictures- Schaub Exhibition at Helmholz Fine Art

Helmholz Fine Art is proud to present Motion Pictures, a new solo show by artist Stephen Schaub, featuring a suite of brand new works on a monumental scale, running from July 10th to July 18th

In a special one-night only event July 15 from 5:00 to 7:30pm Schaub will give a short presentation on the body of work which utilizes ground-breaking techniques of his own invention.

These unique, one-of-a-kind images explore themes of perception,memory, and the passage of time. Planes of focus shift, subjects come forward and recede. Much like the works of cubism and pointillism, one experiences the artworks differently depending on one’s vantage point.Schaub’s artworks have been described as “art dreaming about itself.”