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Category Archives: Reflection

People in Beta: Tina Roth Eisenberg

We love this quote from Tina Roth Eisenberg aka @swissmiss. We first discovered her work in 2010 when she posted our video Delivered in Beta to her blog. Within days of her post, Delivered in Beta received over 10,000 plays on Vimeo. This was the first time one of our documentaries had ever reached that [...]

What ever happened to Video Sprint after PIE?

It was late October 2012. We had just returned from three months of near perfect sunshine in Portland, Oregon to the grey and dingy early winter of former East Berlin. After a couple weeks, the euphoria of Demo Day had died down and reality began to sink in. Prospective clients for Video Sprints didn’t have [...]

KS12 now exiting ‘stealth mode’ on Betabook

It’s been a while since we updated the KS12 blog and its been for a good reason. We’ve been in what the startup scene calls “stealth mode” working on a new project together with long-time collaborator Jay Cousins called Betabook – the whiteboard tablet for the digital age. If you’re in Berlin we hope you [...]

A Mysterious Object Appears in Amsterdam. Happy 2013!

Eno Henze sent us this photo of a certain familiar yet mysterious object from his recent trip to Amsterdam. We first met Eno last year at the Resonate festival after screening Timeless. Now, almost a year later, we’re happy to announce our participation in the NODE forum for digital arts in Frankfurt thanks to Eno’s [...]

Every Conversation is an Interview

Last week we participated in an inaugural forum on young cultural leaders at the Salzburg Global Seminar created in partnership with National Arts Strategies. The seminar brought together over 50 people from all over the world to discuss and learn from one another across a broad range of issues in arts and culture. The group [...]