This is about a container for trash, a heavy-weight object with an assumed potential and, in our eyes, very aesthetic proportions.
To stay on the fast moving Wild West of the emerging VR industry and to live in Eastern Europe are two things that don’t get along very well, says Andrius Lekavicius.
Artist Ariel Schlesinger, architect Stephanie Choi, and carpenter Masao Sato rebuilt a Japanese temple structure originally built by Sato in 1986 in Santa Cruz as a social space at Solitude.
In the podcast »Artfail,« we talk about failing better at art or failing artistically outside of art. About projects that never came to be or that crashed and burned miserably.
In the short film »Boat,« Beijing-based artist Xinjun Zhang documented his experiment to make the social disparities in the population of Beijing visible.
From Samoa to Namibia, the Falklands to Jamaica or Australia, part experiment, part musical composition, »Map Series« asks the question: What is an empire today?
In her work, the German visual artist Simone Rueß investigates the structural dimensions of space as a product of human activity.
What else is architecture? Leigha Dennis, a New York-based architect, designer, and researcher, examines social, cultural, and economic topics through their relation to architecture.
Using cartographic and textual archival fragments, this work by Bambitchell asks questions about settlement and displacement as the entangled remaking of bodies and space.
Solitude fellows have left many traces in the house over the years, on the walls, in the corners, in their studios. Some of them have now been collected in this gallery.
Poetry meets photography: An encounter that lets new stories emerge. By Alice Miller & Fotini Lazaridou-Hatzigoga
Some of the Solituders selected their favorite book from the castle's libraries. Listen to and read what they chose and why.
From the divine truth of the crystal to the surveillance of the prism, transparency affords revelations. A cross media project by architect Stephanie Choi in collaboration with Doretta Lau
In 2007, artist and architect Jorge Orozco Gonzalez started to draw portraits of himself in various places all over the world ...