Can you please tell me your name? What’s your nationality?
Do you have sex regularly? For »Self-portrait,« the performer Ana Mendes collected her personal records over the years.
What can good dramaturgy achieve? A conversation with Friedrich Schirmer, co-founder of the Marie Zimmermann Fellowship and artistic director of the Landesbühne Esslingen, and head dramaturge Marcus Grube.
»Theater is the house of the word that never becomes flesh« – In 2010, Hamed Taheri staged »Femmina Balba« at Solitude as an attempt towards failure.
Embody the expansion of subjectivity: poet Ranjit Hoskote and cultural theorist Nancy Adajania approach the act of anamnesia through an essay, poems and photographs.
With his »Choreoconversations,« the Brazilian performer Thiago Granato found a new way of thinking about dance and choreography, inviting dead, living, and not born yet choreographers.
Ein Gespräch mit Friedrich Schirmer, Mitbegründer des Marie Zimmermann-Stipendium und Intendant der Landesbühne Esslingen und dem Chefdramaturgen Marcus Grube.
We visited the documentary filmmaker Astrid Schult in her studio in Berlin. Her first fictional movie is currently in the making, dealing with the Third Reich and the question of culpability.
»Complex Financial Instruments«, a collaboration between G Douglas Barrett and Leigh Claire La Berge, turns the gallery space into a treatment center.
The web residents for the second call on the topic »Re-entering the Ultimate Display« are selected! Check out their great proposals and the statements by juror Mario Doulis.
How do you develop a space of conceptual freedom within a company with a 130-year old tradition? An interview about Platform 12
Why write? Pakistani author Bilal Tanweer and Vienna based writer Alice Miller negotiate this question in the nowadays unfortunately rarely used format of a letter correspondence.
What happens when poetry meets video? Former Solitude fellow Dan Boehl created poetic YouTube experiences in collaboration with old and new friends during a residency in Zagreb.