An interview with New York based architect Farzin Lotfi-Jam about his work, his broad interest in architecture and what had led him to his present point of being.
The curator Evelyn Simons visited Apparatus 22 at their studio in Brussels, »having a highly inspirational conversation on their thought-provoking and multi-layered practice, which offers poignant but ironic social critique.«
»What I always found fascinating about their work is this element of »magic«. Although it's not a term easily embraced by, let's say, an art critic.« The curator Sandra Demetrescu on the »never predictable« art of Apparatus 22.
What happens when nothing happens? An interview with Delhi-based artist and designer Adityan Melekalam, who was a fellow in the Digital Solitude Program in 2016.
»Slices of our life are being returned to us enriched with their vision that has the power to transfigure our experience of art.« The Italian curator Clara Madaro on visiting the art collective Apparatus 22 in Turin.
Philippine artist and designer Mica Cabildo uncovers panoramic images from her fall-winter 2014 Solitude residency in this post-studio visit.
From gravitational waves to black holes to space bending in the way that Einstein described, artist and architect Anna Kubelik finds the inspiration for new pieces in theoretical physics.
A conversation with the Toronto-based collaboration Bambitchell about their relation to history, non-human characters, and the potential of working together.
We visited the documentary filmmaker Astrid Schult in her studio in Berlin. Her first fictional movie is currently in the making, dealing with the Third Reich and the question of culpability.
Artist Ariel Schlesinger, architect Stephanie Choi, and carpenter Masao Sato rebuilt a Japanese temple structure originally built by Sato in 1986 in Santa Cruz as a social space at Solitude.
What else is architecture? Leigha Dennis, a New York-based architect, designer, and researcher, examines social, cultural, and economic topics through their relation to architecture.
From the divine truth of the crystal to the surveillance of the prism, transparency affords revelations. A cross media project by architect Stephanie Choi in collaboration with Doretta Lau
For their joint project »Eurotopians,« photographer J. Diehl and journalist N. Maak revisited visionary European architecture from the ’60s and ’70s and the people still living there.
Katerina Duda and Marte Kräher designed a print and digital map for small wallets for newcomers to Stuttgart.
A talk with artist, theorist, and musician G Douglas Barrett on his forthcoming book, recent art and music projects.
Merging and mixing: with his installation, artist Vladimir Miller is questioning the architecture's task to control the flow of fluids.
Artist R. Armstrong anatomizes stories of death and resurrection in the process of making »Wakes and Waking Sings.«
Bits and bobs found, abandoned, or incorporated along the way to »Wakes and Waking Sings«, a multi-room installation and performance that opens March 10 at Solitude.
Niloufar Tajeri and Gal Kirn examined the complex structure of sub/urban riots thinking about an alternative monument.
Imagine changing your studio for an earthly paradise. Philippine designer and artist Mica Cabildo takes you on a special studio visit with a tropical GIF-diary.
In his compositions, Christopher Trapani combines very different musical styles such as blues, Ottoman, and spectral music with influences from literature, encounters, and places.
On Fishers Island, New York, you sometimes have to remind yourself that there are no such things as ghosts. A studio report by writer Dan Boehl
Investigating notions of authorship, Kai Franz built a machine that fabricates art objects based on CAD drawings, 3D models, and algorithmic behaviors.
For Reaching Inaccessible Places: A Cross-Continent Collaboration between artists Alicja Bielawska and R. Armstrong
In his graphic novel »Days of Void,« Palestinian artist and architect Samir Harb explores the urban semiotics of the city of Ramallah in Palestine.