A scene from Georg Büchner's Leonce und Lena, performed by a real and simulated Tom Reynolds, in the role of Matt Cataldo, walking past the Eastburn home the night of the murder.
A blurred memory of a night in Zagreb that captures a moment when two adolescents were perfectly independent, to the point in which the sun rises again.
Mica Cabildo from tropical Philippines, opened her studio at the snowiest country in the world – Hokkaido/Japan – to teach primary schoolchildren how to work with ice and sand.
Read or listen to the dense language of author Danniel Schoonebeek in the poem »Poem with a Gun to Its Head«.
Europe, 2068. Thirty years after World War III, also known as
The Islamic War, a Wall separates Europe from other nations.
Artists have always played a key role in the realization and critical negotiation of new technological affordances. How has this process taken shape within artist residency contexts?
Brazil,1973. In a country going through one of the most brutal moments of its dictatorship, a woman under impact of news from the Chilean coup thinks about the sinister fate that menaces her whole generation.
This questionnaire is the attempt to not only transfer the practice of asking question to a digital surrounding but to redefine the meaning of »transfer« by collecting voices online.
Artist Léa Porré is fascinated by deserts and oases. For the web residencies by Solitude & ZKM, she explores how the landscape became an icon, questioning the fetishized image by the West.
Aesthetic objects like Marcel Duchamp's readymades deny any affordance that was usually associated with the object. Through the development of interactive, virtual objects this denial is challenged and transformed.
The art-research duo FRAUD examines the genealogy and affordance of the white paper, regarding the ideology of financial self-determination, by performing its scripted erasure.