'Drawing in Space' by Jeongmoon Choi, one of the exhibitions in the OM-D Photography Playground.
The Olympus OM-D
Photography Playground has been opened at the Opernwerkstaetten Berlin.
Over a dozen aspiring artists have work on show, on the theme of 'Space and Art' as part of the Photography Playground. The exhibitions explore themes such as 'what is space?' 'how do we percieve space?' and 'how does the perception of space influence human behaviour?'.
An Olympus OM-D can be hired for free at the entrance to the exhibition, to allow visitors to explore and interpret the exhibition in a unique way. This 'Playground' allows visitors to interact with photography in terms of essential elements, such as lighting, composition and exposure times to capture great images.
The OM-D Photography Playground is a versatile, exciting and entertaining presentation of art that encourages users to experiment with the camera and really think about the images they are producing.
The OM-D Photography Playground is open daily form 26 April to 24 May 2013 at Opernwerkstaetten Berlin
, between 11am and 7pm. Admission is free and visitors can rent an OM-D from Olympus at no charge to discover the playground.