ze?t riddle is.. 5 years old

ze?t online riddle (zest riddle) is an online project created and designed by karol liver (huh! that is me..), launched exactly five years ago on 21st of December 2004..

since then many followed the path of insanity and tried to cheat misterious OZ and its riddles.. zest, with over 1.5 millions unique hits and strong internet community involved (large international forum and groups on facebook, orkut, last.fm and more) is now considered to be one of the hardest (if not the hardest one) online puzzles available on the internet.. the task is simple by definition - your object is to advance to the next riddle by finding clues in the bizarre and abstract images and hints. sounds easy? give it a try!

ze?t riddle is themed to surrealist, gothic imagery, bizzare sound effects and many influances from pop-culture refrences,  such as 'alice in wonderland", "the wizard of Oz" and many more..

ze?t is a complete, finished project that took over three years of my life away...

it may be an oldie now, but it's still there, strong and ready to consume another victims of their curiosity...

play ze?t online riddle: [HERE}

dancing pina bausch - the drama review - preview

few pictures of mine will soon be published in a forthcoming issue of The Drama Review - a New York's based journal that focuses on performances in their social, economic, and political contexts. with an emphasis on experimental, avant-garde, intercultural, and interdisciplinary performance, TDR covers dance, theatre, performance art, visual art, popular entertainment, media, sports, rituals, and performance in politics and everyday life. long known as the basic resource for keeping up with performance studies in all aspects, TDR continues to be a lively forum of debate on important performances in every medium, setting, and culture.

my work, a photopress documentation of a last spectacle of Pina Bausch "Nefes", Wroclaw, Poland will be a part of "Dancing Pina Bausch" article by Daniel Larlham in forthcoming Spring Issue of TDR 205 (to be published January/February 2010).

will keep you updated on this one.

visit TDR webpage: [CLICK HERE]

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