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.«
In this interview with Silvia Susanna, Jean-Lorin Sterian talks about the various homemade culture events that came to life in the domestic culture of Italy.
The second part of the series Edith in den Fashion-Städten recounts a trip to the Helmut Lang archive in Vienna's Museum of Applied Arts and reviews the show Contradiction by Elfie Semotan at C/O Berlin. This time, both body of works serve as starting point for a discussion on eroticized gazes, and desire in fashion.
Sahej Rahal’s works aim to construct new narratives – even new worlds. His latest work Juggernaut – a video game populated by AI-controlled objects – is an attempt to bring his Walker sculptures to life and experiment with the algorithms of the nonplayable characters.
Challenging the common narratives about artificial empathy and the robotic imaginary, the latest call for the Web Residencies by Solitude & ZKM invites projects that address care’s economization and instrumentalization.
We spoke with Sam Lavigne about his proposal for »Rigged Systems« and why humor and language are important elements of his work.