The Indonesian artist duo indieguerillas finds joy in making mistakes and in imperfection, which allows them to work in different fields, from design to fashion and art.
A look into the passionate choreographic work of Elena Morena Weber, which often unpacks questions of belonging and ancestry and concerns sensitive and emotional human states.
In the work of visual artist Patrizia Bach, Walter Benjamin’s thoughts on writing history lead to drawings that mediate past and present.
Autobiography, archaeology and history are narrative structures that create a sense of belonging. In the lure of identification, empathy becomes a powerful tool.
Iranian filmmaker Shirin Barghnavard talks about her relationship to censorship and creativity, documentary and fiction, and the art of filmmaking.
Artist Alienór Dauchez in conversation with Théo-Mario Coppola, curator/director of the Collezione Taurisano in Naples, on her project »Vast Enough for Search to Be in Vain«.
With a team of researchers, Grenoble-based artist Pauline de Chalendar developed a tool to draw in VR to overcome the limits of two-dimensional space.
A conversation with artist and theorist Rosa Menkman who focuses on visual noise artifacts, resulting from accidents in both analog and digital media.
In an interview with curator Mirna Rul, Zagreb-based artist Ana Kovačić discusses change, transience, and the notion of home as recurring themes in her work.
Xinjun Zhang in a conversation about the influences of performance art in China and its role for his work dealing with the country's transition.
Media artist Eric Parren combined the navigational power of the VR gaze with a generative computational system that creates and develops patterns. A project for the web residencies by Solitude & ZKM
Artist Dima Hourani from Palestine investigates images, symbols, and icons, questioning the role they play in specific societies and exiled communities. A studio visit at Solitude
Net artist Sebastian Schmieg takes a closer look at digital labor and the arbitrary nature and strangeness of online freelance service marketplaces.
Stroll through anthropologist Shaka McGlotten’s work through a conversation around three artifacts cautiously dug out of a collection of their research.
The stories that Indian researcher and artist Imran Ali Khan’s family told when he was young inspired him to later investigate oral traditions and ritual performances.
From Silicon Valley of the 1990s to social robots of the future: A talk with Fei Liu, 50% user-experience designer, 50% practicing artist based in New York.
»It’s like being at a party and wondering how the other people got there.« What is »(no)action(no)space«? A talk with the artists, designers, researchers and engineers
Taietzel Ticalos’ works straddle the line between humor and serious questions addressing digital existence through gifs and animations. A view into the screen window of her digital studio
The Berlin based stage director Jakob Weiss says the process of developing a play on stage is like going on a journey. An interview about feeling at home in a social kind of art.
What makes attention valuable? Can bots be an audience? The answer might have something to do with cats. A talk with artist and architect Curtis Roth on his current project
With Adam Harvey's project »SkyLift« users can have their smartphones pretend to be in another location. Learn how to build your own device!
Artist and technologist Hang Do Thi Duc wants to enable other users to track themselves. What does Facebook know about me? A project for the web residencies by Solitude & ZKM
Selling Google trackers found within a North Korean site on Ebay, artist and researcher Joana Moll discovered something strange. A project for the web residencies by Solitude & ZKM
A multilayered insight into the different development-stages of artist Simone Rueß' work towards a visual and performative connection of the terms biography and space.
Digitization both helped and changed the design process. But, designer Kai Linke felt that something was missing and so went back to working by hand.