Artist R. Armstrong anatomizes stories of death and resurrection in the process of making »Wakes and Waking Sings.«
Dealing with fiction, questioning authenticity, copying works, and telling a few lies: Swedish art students learn from American artist Katarina Burin.
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.
Yellow-badged scanner workers, questions on copyright, and Google »anomalies«: An interview with the artist A. N. Wilson on the lecture collage »Movement Materials and What We Can Do«
In his special tribute to the artist, Chris Burden’s weighty legacy came back to haunt visual artist Michl Schmidt and his toes!
According to scientists a fatal earthquake is likely to happen in Tokyo in the near future. Artist Florian Goldmann did research on the subject.
On the topic of love, Norman Andrew Wilson and Anna Okrasko presented three different works, which did not really fit the microworld frame, but were themselves three micro-realities.
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.
What does »home« mean nowadays and in the specific context of Solitude?
Light and Color as Symbolic Forms in Transgressive Art. – A lecture by the art historians Denis Grünemeier & Jens Meinrenken.
A poetic picture essay by artist and former fellow Eunjung Hwang on her drawings, animations, and the ghosts, monsters, and memories of her childhood.
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.
Minsk is a city of social utopia and happy dreams – an approach to a city’s vision.
Louis-Philippe Scoufaras and Elisa Calosi asked pupils of the Maria Montessori primary school in Stuttgart: What should become of the Acropolis in Athens?
»Don’t look at my works to find Cuba.« – Cuban painter Yorjander Capetillo Hernández in a portrait by Amandeep Sandhu.
Japanese artist Hanae Utamura opens up her Berlin studio, showing her work »Residue: Skin,« a multilayered landscape of sculpture-paintings and objects.
Video-artist Amy Siegel on »Quotes and Appropriation« in her work.
Experience live moon smelling with artists Hagen Betzwieser and Sue Corke.
At Solitude’s studio #20, the French artist duo Magali Daniaux & Cédric Pigot prepared an archaeological anomaly in Alaska.
Visual artist Johanna Diehl reveals her current projects in her studio at Solitude, including an exhibition at the Pinakothek der Moderne in Munich.
»When I began I was certain that the EU had a strong future. Today, like many others, I am far less certain.« Damaso Reyes in an interview about his project »The Europeans.«
Storms, brutalism, and hot topic: graphic designer and printmaker Mica Cabildo and architect Stephanie Choi on their storm project »house | cards.«
Speaker’s Corner, Fiction-in-Progess, 8 Tutorial Diversions, and House of Cards: a tour through the fellows’ exhibition in March/April 2015.