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.
In »Logging Solitude,« a hybrid-form project, Deniz Johns and Martin Zeilinger approach the castle’s lost Baroque garden architecture in a speculative rediscovery.
»As I enter this strange space, I feel like an explorer discovering a new territory.« –A conversation guide in three acts for Solitude by Cristina Vidruțiu, fellow for Humanities.
»Being a reader and being fascinated by medicine only led to one thing: I became a Doctor of Letters.« The Romanian researcher Cristina Vidrutiu explains her interest in the relation between illness and narrative.
A single-serve soup packet, a little bottle with the smell of childhood, a little toy gun. – The Romanian researcher and artist Jean-Lorin Sterian collected objects of solitude from his audience instead of payment for tickets.
Niloufar Tajeri and Gal Kirn examined the complex structure of sub/urban riots thinking about an alternative monument.
A notification concerning the exhibition piece »Sokhraneniye Pogloshchennogo« (Russian: Сохренение Поглащенного, Survival of the Absorbed).
Austrian artist, curator, and media theorist Peter Weibel on »The Seeing Tongue. New Aspects of Exo-Darwinism.«
Embodying Cultural Memory between Symbolic Forms, Dynamograms and Dance: Ernst Cassirer, Aby Warburg
Philosopher Maurizio Lazzarato on the atypical and precarious forms of the work of freelance artists.
Philosopher Jason Read on the historicity of perception. »How can we transform the very perceptions that constitute us?«
»If modern cinema addresses our most intimate fears, Hollywood cinema, basically action movies, likes to terrify the spectator in order to release a maximum of emotions…«
»Why do we replace the concept of »self-reflection« with that of »second order observation?« A lecture by Hans Ulrich Gumbrecht.
A discussion with Maurizio Lazzarato, Brian Massumi, Peter Pál Pelbart, and Akseli Virtanen about power at the end of economy.
Ivana Ivković continues her exploration of the atlas, walking in circles, liminal space, and sound reverberating through bones.
With a series of posts, performing artist Ivana Ivković explores her fascination with cartography, navigation, and various notions of the atlas.
In the final post of her series, Ivana Ivković contemplates terrestrial and stellar echoes of loss.
Berlin ist ein außergewöhnlicher Ort, an dem andere Regeln als in den meisten Metropolen der westlichen Welt zu gelten scheinen.
An artist, two philosophers, and a mathematician answer ahead of the symposium Calculation and Aesthetics.
Enigma as a discursive object is capable of opening up our imagination to a new field where the irrational, the paranormal, and the extraordinary are not colonized.