T. Bristow has selected four new projects for the web residencies by Solitude and ZKM on the topic »Ghosted 2018« – an exploration of »Ghosting of Indigenous Media Practices.«
Actor Johannes May and director Jeffrey Döring switch roles to change the perspective on the last scene of »Burning Snow«.
Net artist Marisa Olson, juror for the first Hash award by Solitude & ZKM, created this video on the future of the Internet featuring works by the web residencies artists from 2016/2017.
Scientists are probably among those who have historically most used drawing as a study process and, in rare cases, as an artwork. Just think about Leonardo da Vinci.
»The book is a time to be with yourself and remind yourself and reflect on your own mortality.« Cristina Vidrutiu on »When Breath Becomes Air« by neurosurgeon Paul Kalanithi
Delhi based writer, artist, and teacher Aditi Rao shares four poems of her publication »A Kind of Freedom Song«.
The short play by Brazilian author Vinicius Jatobá stages a dialog between two different generations in different political times. The piece is sensitive, conflictual, and full of sincerity.
The videos »Saras« and »Raktchandra« by Indian artist Sahej Rahal show hollow plaster torsos of decaying object gods. Crumbling bits inside them nudge themselves outward, recalling animated figures from shlocky horror movies.
Artist Ilana Salama Ortar on her first encounter with the historically specific character of Villa Khury/The Prophet’s Tower in Haifa in 1993.
Anthropologist Leone Contini recounts not only a one-sided history of Chinese farmer migrants in Tuscany, instead he reveals a poetic perspective on today’s Tuscan-Chinese landscape.
How to turn the topic high sensitivity into musical output? Sound designer Felix Nagl on his work during the rehearsal process of the play »Burning Snow«.
Inspired by different performances of »homefest 2017«, Jean-Lorin Sterian and Jasmina Al-Qaisi published associative poems.
Damjan Kokalevski looks at the history of urban planning in Skopje by exploring an United Nations Development Programme from the seventies and a project called Skopje 2014.
Bojan Krištofić reenvisions the monuments of ex-Yugoslavia’s National Liberation Movement, bringing them into dialogue with contemporary art in Croatia.