As part of his research on how traumatic events shape our capability to observe the world, performer Marko Milić created drawings inspired by the Rorschach test.
With Adam Harvey's project »SkyLift« users can have their smartphones pretend to be in another location. Learn how to build your own device!
Artist and technologist Hang Do Thi Duc wants to enable other users to track themselves. What does Facebook know about me? A project for the web residencies by Solitude & ZKM
Selling Google trackers found within a North Korean site on Ebay, artist and researcher Joana Moll discovered something strange. A project for the web residencies by Solitude & ZKM
New media researcher Martin Zeilinger created a twitter bot that draws on a database of every digitally-available theoretical text he is reading during his residency at Solitude.
Cultural journalist Rasha Hilwi from Palestine and German journalist Elisabeth Weydt in a skype talk on the ideas of their joint podcast project »Radio Solitude«.
A multilayered insight into the different development-stages of artist Simone Rueß' work towards a visual and performative connection of the terms biography and space.
New Mercy Park
This is the second poem by János Áfra published on Schlosspost. The poem is about a piece by Tibor Palkó.
New Mercy Park
»I have no real job, I have no real social life. I am free«, journalist Yania Suarez manages to laugh a lot in this conversation about the sad side of Cuban life.
»Ana Kovačić's exhibition is a gathering of previous gatherings. It is, ultimately, a meditation on space and time.« American writer Thomas Crowley on the Croatian artist's latest project
Concept text by artist and researcher Marloes de Valk for Web Residencies No.1 (2017) by Solitude & ZKM on the topic »Blowing the Whistle, Questioning Evidence«
The artistic directors of Solitude, Jean-Baptiste Joly, and ZKM, Peter Weibel, in conversation about net-based practices and the need for remote residencies.
The web residents for the first cooperative call by Solitude & ZKM on the topic »Blowing the Whistle, Questioning Evidence« are selected! Read a statement by the curator Tatiana Bazzichelli.
János Áfra is a Hungarian poet currently living in Debrecen and working in Stuttgart. He also writes essays, art criticism, and poems.