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“MEDIA EXERCISE” | Samuel Ostermann

“MEDIA EXERCISE” | Samuel Ostermann | RM103

A new ground-breaking series of photographs - a one-stop-shop for New Zealand’s art-scene - is set to debut on October 6th at RM103 on Auckland City’s Karangahape Road and will be given out free to all new fans on DVD from later in the year.

MEDIA EXERCISE is the brainchild of artist / writer Samuel Ostermann, a man who has been producing art-work for the past six years.

MEDIA EXERCISE is a challenge to the status quo. Here is what you do:

Take $200 from your friend. Spend it. Any brand. Sell your brand and make double your new-money. Pay your friend back. Spend a little money on biscuits. Catch a grey bird and sell it to the PM. Take me to your leader. Get on the Television. Kiss your girl or boy. Be French. Lose. Win with me...

Samuel Ostermann is a man who stands for the savage nature of the human kind. He is an Artists Alliance member as well as a full member of the N.Z. Society of Authors (PEN NZ Inc.).

Samuel Ostermann’s books are below:
17. 2011 “Re-sculpture”, X-Street Two, isbn:9780473187422

18. 2011 “Plural Sculpture”, X-Street Two, isbn:9780473186333

19. 2011 “Two Tails”, X-Street Two, isbn:9780473188160

20. 2011 “55555555”, X-Street Two, isbn:9780473186340

21. 2011 “Kurd and poison roads”, X-Street Two, isbn:9780473186357

22. 2011 “White. Book 3” X-Street Two, isbn:9780473193072

23. 2011 “White. Book 4”, X-Street Two, isbn:9780473193089

24. 2011 “White. Book 5”, X-Street Two, isbn:9780473193096

25. 2011 “White. Book 6”, X-Street Two, isbn:9780473193126

26. 2011 “White. Book 7”, X-Street Two, isbn:9780473193133

27. 2011 “White. Book 8”, X-Street Two, isbn:9780473193140


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