What if you spent every day looking for One Beautiful Thing?




Photo by Kevin McElvaney

Two friends, two artists, two vessels, one project: 2Boats. Artists Claudius Schulze and Maciej Markowicz launched two unusual floating studios/houseboats in Hamburg for a several-month-long trip. They are navigating them side-by-side, first to Amsterdam’s Unseen Photo Fair and then to the Paris Photo festival. They will be ending their trip at the Hamburg Triennale of Photography on June 7th, 2018.

I’ll let them tell you about it themselves.

“Claudius’ boat provides a community hub for discussion and workshops. Visitors are welcomed aboard to participate in a dialogue on vision, formation, creation and the environment as well as observe the artists’ photography.”

“Maciej’s boat is an innovative accessible camera obscura. Once inside, visitors can experience a one of a kind real-time projection or discover the photographer’s artwork.”

You can follow Schulze and Markowicz’s adventures on their website.

Photo © Hendrik Sommerfeld

Author: Donna from MyOBT

I have committed to spending part of every day looking for at least one beautiful thing, and sharing what I find with you lovelies!

12 thoughts on “2Boats!

  1. I love the homey boat with the roof deck. I think I could possibly live in that for a very long time.

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  2. Now wouldn’t this be fun.? Love the rustic boat and hope they have clear sailing.

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  3. How unusual, and what fun! I guess as long as they stay away from open water, i.e. the SEA, they’ll be fine! 😀

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  4. That sure looks like Europe. I would love to have either one. I almost did this with a friend when we were in high school. Put in at the head water of the Mississippi river and float all the way down to New Orleans camping where ever we could put in for the night. That is still my dream Hal

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