Bojan Krištofić reenvisions the monuments of ex-Yugoslavia’s National Liberation Movement, bringing them into dialogue with contemporary art in Croatia.
Artist Alienór Dauchez in conversation with Théo-Mario Coppola on her project »Vast Enough for Search to Be in Vain«.
Using analog cameras, Daniella Domingues and Zoltán Lesi created a multilayered portrait of Solitude fellows and staff that comes with a poetic backstory by Lesi.
Find downloadable pdf-versions of the poster in different languages here.
A poetic and personal approach toward theater and expectations of an actor tied to it. By Laila Richter
Author Vinicius Jatobá and Denise Helene Sumi met with Milos Sofrenovic to address questions around his latest performance »40’ 33’’: All Power to the Imagination.«
During a theater production, how much artistic freedom feels good for somebody not used to drawing lines by himself? Some thoughts by opera singer Pascal Zurek.
Actor Johannes May on the connection between Huldbrand, the role he plays, and the father of his ex-girlfriend.
Performer Tyśka Samborska, host Claus Staudt, and artist Jean-Lorin Sterian reflect on the performance festival Lorgennale, which brings hosts, artists, and the audience closer together, literally in private spaces.
With a team of researchers, Grenoble-based artist Pauline de Chalendar developed a tool to draw in VR to overcome the limits of two-dimensional space.
NEGRO (RSRJ RJRS) is an audiotext by María Salgado and Fran MM Cabeza de Vaca that is meant to be listened to with headphones and evolves around questions of body, gender and desire.
»In 2050 olympics are you cheering for the team of ...?« Z. Blace states this question in a poster showing an imaginary Team Europe of the future.
A short story by writer Katharina Unteutsch. In German language.
The ghost of a book returned with a new question to the Solitude network: How would you describe the difference between artist and non-artist? Read the answers by over 40 fellows
Software artist and web resident in 2017 Marloes de Valk receives net art prize HASH by Solitude & ZKM.
Architect Devin Jernigan on the absence of anthropomorphic elements in architecture and what this means for understanding the relationship between humans and buildings.