In the interview with Sandra Oehy, Johanna Bruckner talks about her project Molecular Sex & Synthetic Love. A project that aims at queering normative world views of intimate relations and individual-driven forms of care.
Examining the relationship between violent behavior and exposure to violent media, the latest call for the Web Residencies by Solitude & ZKM invites projects that address ‘subjective violence’.
With extensive research on online harassment, the researcher and artist Caroline Sinders explores the lack of »care« within social media systems through her Care Bot project.
Hanna Husberg and Agata Marzecova developed a simple website employing the aesthetics of the color code used to communicate the national Air Quality Index (AQI). Quotes by transcripts that recount experiences of living in the hazy Beijing air create sometimes contradictory perspectives on the phenomena.
Pedro Oliveira created a »sound essay,« in which he examines accent recognition software in asylum procedures, and challenges narratives of care around it. It serves as an entry point to or a conversation piece on the instrumentalization of voices and accents, on bodies as the site for the production of »evidence.«
A documentation of the exhibition »Revisiting Villa Revisiting Villa Khury / the Prophets’ Tower: Haifa. 1995-2019« at Akademie Schloss Solitude's project space Römerstraße.
The Aloardi Exchange Programme invited Peruvian artists to present their work in the Schengen area. The program is a project by Aloardi, a collective from Lima active since 1998 and dedicated to experimental and electronic music, media art, acoustic research, and local cultures.
In an interview with Dobromiła Błaszczyk for Contemporary Lynx, Edith Lázár shares her experience from her residency at Akademie Schloss Solitude.
A conversation with the founding editor of Bakwa Magazine—created to amplify new writing from Cameroon and from the African diaspora.
Challenging the common narratives about artificial empathy and the robotic imaginary, the latest call for the Web Residencies by Solitude & ZKM invited projects that address care’s economization and instrumentalization, or shed light on forms of radical, collective, and critical care.
Igor Koruga is a choreographer and artist from Belgrade. Educated institutionally and noninstitutionally, who as an author and choreographer, a dance dramaturg, a performer, a pedagogue, a researcher, and as a cultural worker – fighting actively for better conditions and visibility of contemporary dance practices in Serbia.
The third installment in the series »Edith in den Fashion-Städten» recalls questions around fashion imageries and archives, and how they »shape and reshape collective visual memories, for they operate with representations of class, gender, race and the body.«