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Play The Panorama

Relay panorama drawing instrument
To share an infinitely expanding horizon

This special panorama drawing instrument is used by various artists world wide to continue to draw a moving landscape. When an artist completes his or her drawing, the instrument and the panorama is passed to a next player. This next person will continue the former drawing, blending the new landscape into one continuous panorama.



panora drawing London
panora drawing London
panorama drawing Berlin
panorama drawing Berlin
panorama drawing Siberia
panorama drawing Siberia

panorama drawing Siberia

Moving panorama

During the 19th IPC Conference in Istanbul, Ronald Huynen, coordinator and initiator of the Play the Panorama projects, gave a presentation about the Play the Panorama projects.

To download a PDF version of the lecture click here...

IPC: International Panorama Council
The International Panorama Council is a global network involving museum directors, managers, artists, restorers and historians who deal with the historical or the contemporary art and media forms of the Panorama. As an all-volunteer NGO it comprises about 230 members from all over the world who are either representatives of museums and research institutes or private researchers and enthusiasts.

The main goals of IPC are to ensure the conservation of surviving historical panoramas and cycloramas, to extend and to distribute the knowledge of the panorama phenomenon and to develop new initiatives for the panorama in a contemporary context.


 


Last update: June, 2011