The artist Ana Fradique assembled »KAFKAMACHINE Device 1.0,« is an audiovisual interface that presents the unworking of what would be the direction, production and showcase of a film made by Kafka.
Since 2010 Anna Okrasko has been dealing with the life and working conditions of immigrant Polish workers in the Netherlands. Read an essay by the Polish curator, art historian, and author Stanisław Ruksza about her work.
A conversation between the Berlin filmmaker Philip Widmann and the Indian filmmaker and curator Shai Heredia on Widmanns film »Fictitious Force.«
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.
What happens when poetry meets video? Former Solitude fellow Dan Boehl created poetic YouTube experiences in collaboration with old and new friends during a residency in Zagreb.
In the short film »Boat,« Beijing-based artist Xinjun Zhang documented his experiment to make the social disparities in the population of Beijing visible.
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.
Fotini Lazaridou-Hatzigoga and Ana Hušmann combined excerpts from mails, chats and images shot around Solitude and merged them into a poetic narration.
Film maker P. Widmann & critic P. Cartelli in a talk on the film »Szenario,« which develops around a briefcase with personal documents of an affair in 1970s West Germany.
A kiss of death for a poem: the »Pope of Horror,« Hungarian writer Mário Z. Nemes, with a poetic text on Louis-Philippe Scoufaras’ work »Trilogy of Terror«
Wouldn’t it be nice to organize an exhibition on social media art? A call for action by Alessandro Mininno & Stefano Mirti
»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.
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.
Pictures from Damaso Reyes’ long term photographic documentary project, »The Europeans,« that explores how Europe and its people are changing.
The funniest Google Street View parasite game ever by the Berlin internet agency NETRO, who will be Solitude fellows in the field of web development in 2016.
Someone is leading a life parallel to your own. This person looks like you, answers to your name, lives in your house. But they are not you.
»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.«
Danish artist Maj Hasager shows the seemingly invisible life of the Filipino migrant workers in Mussolini’s utopian »Third Rome.«
Film maker Philip Widmann is sometimes lost in translation working on his new project at the artist residency Villa Kamogawa, Japan.
The »slow art« of Maj Hasager’s film project »We Will Meet in the Blind Spot.« In conversation with poet and critic Thom Donovan