A writing body in red, yellow, blue: the Japanese artist Junko Wada in a dance proposal from the 90s together with the sound artist Hans Peter Kuhn.
The artists Anna Serra and Kinga Toth have been working on a new audio-text project since November 12: »Bubble Time Paris.«
Three groups traced the movement of Kafka’s main character from »Amerika« by doing a boat trip and working on a collective performance.
Ten writers from the Institut for Dramatic Writing react on the current refugee movement, in a collaborative writing project with urgent questions on solidarity and empathy.
IN TRANSIT – a four week long open space at Solitude. You are invited!
What if you were to invite Austrian playwright Anna Gschnitzer and she were to stage an entire performance in the subjunctive tense?
»The urge to express myself brought theater to me.« A portrait of the German writer and director Vanessa Emde
The cultural anthropologist Mick Taussig and the artist Hélène Baril together in »The Sea Theater,« a play about the transformation of the sea and the re-enchantment of the world.
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.
»People are unable to welcome that place of contradiction, of paradox, of failure, of fall.« José Carlos Teixeira in conversation about his participatory project »The Fall.«
Deborah Asiimwe writes about her personal relationship with the world of dreams…
Solitude Atlas from Shiraz/Iran by Amir Reza Koohestani, a fellow in the field of performing arts in 2014/15.
»How I wish that the world would stop for just a minute and seriously listen to honest art!«
»It feels like just yesterday when I arrived at Akademie Schloss Solitude!«
»Can African artists produce non political work?« Performing at Kisangani/DR Congo confronted artists Désire Davids, Dorine Mokha & Nicolas Mondon with new questions.
Five video tableaux exploring the notion of the »mass ornament.«
»Every living thing is coming out to welcome the sun from wherever she has been. Welcome March!«
Speaker’s Corner, Fiction-in-Progess, 8 Tutorial Diversions, and House of Cards: a tour through the fellows’ exhibition in March/April 2015.
Performing artists Nestór García Díaz & Cyriaque Villemaux in their humorous performance »Covers.«
»For me, theater is a place of community where conflicts and heterogeneity become visible.« – Anna Gschnitzer
Over the course of her six-month fellowship, Ugandan writer Deborah Asiimwe shares her thoughts each month about her stay at Solitude.
Literature and performing arts fellows of Solitude left their usual working routines and joined an author collective to read »bad.«
The performance »No There Yes Maybe Here« by African artists D. Davids, D. Mokhá, T. Manekehla & M. Abouda explores the (national) boundaries and possibilities of mobility.