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GIF ME YOUR BEST - The #ZEROWALLS GIF Competition 2019

09-05-2019 10:32 AM CET | Arts & Culture

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#ZEROWALLS, the GIF competition for the 30th anniversary of the fall of the Berlin Wall.

#ZEROWALLS, the GIF competition for the 30th anniversary of the fall of the Berlin Wall.

On 9 November 2019 the world will celebrate the 30th anniversary of the fall of the Berlin Wall, that divided Berlin for 28 years. This was made possible by the peaceful revolution of courageous people in the GDR who took to the streets to protest for their freedom. When the wall fell, anything seemed possible. Wunderbar!

Today, 30 years later, we find ourselves in a situation that we thought we had already overcome. Political leaders and populists want to convince us that the Wall is an effective political tool to master our global challenges. But as the philosopher Noam Chomsky already says: walls that separate people from one another are the architecture of violence.

Tell stories with GIFs!

The #ZEROWALLS GIF Competition 2019 aims to collect the best animated GIF stories that show how to tear down walls. The visible ones that separate us from other people, the invisible ones that keep us away from important information, and the self-made ones in our heads that block our clear view of life.

Out of all entries a jury with international design and communication experts will award 5 GIFs and each of the five winners will receive a high-quality collection of books.

The closing date for entries is November 4, 2019.

Participants may submit up to five GIFs. The GIFs should be no shorter than 3 seconds and no longer than 10 seconds. The full terms and conditions and an overview of the jury can be found on the official website: www.gifmeyourbest.com

What is a GIF?

The first GIF was created in 1987 and is a moving image created by superimposing several individual images. Meanwhile it is an art form.

ZEROOVERHEAD CONSULTING
Robert Eysoldt
Tucholskystrasse 48
10117 Berlin
Germany

robert.eysoldt@zerooverhead.de
+49 174 330 44 55

GIF ME YOUR BEST is a private initiative of Robert Eysoldt, a Strategy Consultant and Creative Director from Berlin. With ZEROOVERHEAD CONSULTING he develops interdisciplinary communication concepts for companies and agencies as well as for cultural institutions and creative networks.

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