G Douglas Barrett’s musical art touches upon subjects of psychotherapy, debt, finance, transgender identity, and property. Read an interview with the artist by Melody Nixon
Douglas Barrett recorded a high quality sound piece of a burning flag and asks: to what extent can sound reliably evidence acts of transgression?
The first joint call for Web Residencies in 2017 by Solitude and ZKM is out. Curated by Tatiana Bazzichelli with a topic on art and whistleblowing.
Architect, academic, and teacher Curtis Roth dreams of truly bad ideas that have the capacity to question the seemingly good things. Welcome to the University of Bad Ideas.
In a new cooperation, Akademie Schloss Solitude and ZKM Karlsruhe are merging their expertise and practices to work jointly on the development of the Web Residencies program.
This is the 3rd entry of Johana Gomez. She is a guest author for the blog Gestures of Motherhood of Jasmin Schädler.
Singing songs amongst friends seems to be a normal Beschäftigung almost everywhere but in Germany. And those friends do have impressive voices.
Georges Senga Assani’s work is about the issues of identity, heritage, and history. His new photography series deals with inheritance conflicts around homes in Brazil and DR Congo.
A talk with Greek artist Kostis Velonis about the stressful management of perfectionism, the complex German-Greek relation, the upcoming Documenta, and a repressed modernity.
Johana Gomez is a visual artist, stage and costume designer, as well as a new mother. This is her second entry as a guest author for the blog Gestures of Motherhood
Web artist Travis Hallenbeck blocked sites like Google and Facebook for a month to explore the wilderness of the web. He blogged about where he went and what he saw.
Johana Gomez, a stage and costume designer as well as a new mother, gives a multifaceted insight into the decision process of becoming a mother.
Is the best part of a story the one that isn’t told? An essay by author Katharina Hartwell on the fascinating power of a blank space in a story.
Where do the objects in ethnographic museums come from? How about returning them today if claimed? An interview with cultural journalist Tony Feda and artist Ana Mendes
The Cuban journalist Yania Suarez went to Berlin last September with the purpose of coming across their communist past – which is her present. And in the DDR museum, she ran into her childhood.
In an excerpt of his diary, cultural journalist Tony Feda gives an insight into his personal opinion on power relations of different kinds between Africa and the West.
After the Last Sky festival is, as it’s been defined, the first interdisciplinary and international event in Germany assembling artists, activists, and academics dealing with »the im-/possibility of being Palestinian.«