The exhibition »The Artist Is Online« dealt with the commonplace and ubiquitous practice of self-presentation in the virtual world and it's influence on performance art.
Ivana Ivković invites you for a ramble through a fictional travelogue of torn maps, constellations, archipelagos, empty notebooks, and landscapes of spilled oil.
What altenative ways are there to understand and make architecture? Fotini Lazaridou-Hatzigoga revisits PROGRAM, a project space she co-ran in Berlin until 2012.
»For too long, space has only been defined by its limits. It is time that we also define space by its content.« A project by the artist collective CENTRALA and monnik
For their joint project »Eurotopians,« photographer J. Diehl and journalist N. Maak revisited visionary European architecture from the ’60s and ’70s and the people still living there.
Fotini Lazaridou-Hatzigoga and Ana Hušmann combined excerpts from mails, chats and images shot around Solitude and merged them into a poetic narration.
Playwright Anna Gschnitzer and media artist Fides Schopp talk about collective, democratic, and biographic approaches towards writing.
Film maker P. Widmann & critic P. Cartelli in a talk on the film »Szenario,« which develops around a briefcase with personal documents of an affair in 1970s West Germany.
Call for virtual reality projects: share your digital wonderlands, dream sculptures, and market places for lost memories. The applications period for the second Schlosspost Web Residencies ends on May 26.
With the absence of an industry, designers in Hungary have to develop their collections independently. A design exhibition and award draws attention to their originality and creativity.
Who should take care of public space? In a new series Paula Kohlmann talks with people who are running projects that intervene in the art scene of a city.
The world is a sculpture and a drawing system: a workshop with Florian Goldmann and art history students, moving and measuring in and around Solitude.
For journalists, developers/coders, designers, artists, and all other creatives and professionals who work on digital projects. The deadline is June 30, 2016.
Sketches, notes, comments and pictures from a workshop on bodily and social (im-)balance with leaning duets, falling games, and a disaster dinner.
A kiss of death for a poem: the »Pope of Horror,« Hungarian writer Mário Z. Nemes, with a poetic text on Louis-Philippe Scoufaras’ work »Trilogy of Terror«
Some of the Solituders selected their favorite book from the castle's libraries. Listen to and read what they chose and why.
Web artist Travis Hallenbeck left his daily online routine, blocking sites like Google and Facebook for a month to explore the wilderness of the World Wide Web.
The Institute for New Feeling mirrors the dark art of SEO to initiate their own campaign creating misleading, banal, and sometimes even poetic content.
Dina Karadžić and Vedran Gligo used the dark net’s principles to realize »Pivilion«, a decentralized and user-curated web gallery that runs on Raspberry Pi’s.
Katerina Duda and Marte Kräher designed a print and digital map for small wallets for newcomers to Stuttgart.
American researcher Dennis Yi Tenen gives insight into different perspectives on »free libraries« reporting his personal experiences from the »Custodians.online« discussion.
A fanzine, a community, a party: »Jungle Juice« by Magali Daniaux, Cédric Pigot, and Stephanie Boubli is more than a magazine.
A talk with artist, theorist, and musician G Douglas Barrett on his forthcoming book, recent art and music projects.
For the Leipzig Book Fair, some of the Solituders selected their favorite Solitude book. Listen to and read what they chose and why.