This years Solitude summer feast's motto »Love Is Reality« became true when studios were opened, readings were held and performances happened under a clear summer sky.
Using cartographic and textual archival fragments, this work by Bambitchell asks questions about settlement and displacement as the entangled remaking of bodies and space.
Solitude fellows have left many traces in the house over the years, on the walls, in the corners, in their studios. Some of them have now been collected in this gallery.
In 2007, artist and architect Jorge Orozco Gonzalez started to draw portraits of himself in various places all over the world ...
Merging and mixing: with his installation, artist Vladimir Miller is questioning the architecture's task to control the flow of fluids.
We show how Solitude’s exhibition space, the Hirschgang, has changed over the last 25 years with the art works by the many Solitude fellows.
According to scientists a fatal earthquake is likely to happen in Tokyo in the near future. Artist Florian Goldmann did research on the subject.
»Fictitious Force,« a film by artist Philip Widmann, investigates the visible and invisible borders of sharing the same moment.
From animism to today’s digital fetishism: the essay film »Europium« tells a different story of the fluorescent rare earth used in smartphone displays.
We show how Solitude’s famous exhibition space Hirschgang has changed over the last 25 years with the many artists living and working in the house.
As part of his project »The Europeans,« Damaso Reyes explored the experiences of people of African descent in Germany and Poland. You can listen to the radio feature online now.
American artist Lindsay Foster won lost luggage at an auction from Lufthansa and documented the strange mix of private items found in the bag.
For Reaching Inaccessible Places: A Cross-Continent Collaboration between artists Alicja Bielawska and R. Armstrong
Pictures from Damaso Reyes’ long term photographic documentary project, »The Europeans,« that explores how Europe and its people are changing.
Hungarian artist Kinga Tóth tells an intimate story of life with disease in hybrid images and »living text-bodies.«
Poet Joshua Edwards walked 680 miles across Texas. We show some of the 230 photographs the walker took as he documented the strange beauty around him.
Danish artist Maj Hasager shows the seemingly invisible life of the Filipino migrant workers in Mussolini’s utopian »Third Rome.«
Louis-Philippe Scoufaras and Elisa Calosi asked pupils of the Maria Montessori primary school in Stuttgart: What should become of the Acropolis in Athens?