Artist R. Armstrong anatomizes stories of death and resurrection in the process of making »Wakes and Waking Sings.«
A user-curated pocket gallery, an SEO project as a kind of performative intervention, and a personal experiment: the first Schlosspost web residents.
Dealing with fiction, questioning authenticity, copying works, and telling a few lies: Swedish art students learn from American artist Katarina Burin.
A collective analysis of political practice and the tools that are used in moments of crisis. Results of a workshop by The Darmstadt Delegation.
Within the project »IN TRANSIT«, Solitude fellows were asked to answer 14 questions about how mobility, flexibility, and precarity affect their lives as artists.
We show how Solitude’s exhibition space, the Hirschgang, has changed over the last 25 years with the art works by the many Solitude fellows.
Bits and bobs found, abandoned, or incorporated along the way to »Wakes and Waking Sings«, a multi-room installation and performance that opens March 10 at Solitude.
»When we started to work with origami, we immediately began to understand how Anna develops concrete projects from this point.« – A workshop by Anna Kubelík
Niloufar Tajeri and Gal Kirn examined the complex structure of sub/urban riots thinking about an alternative monument.
»What part of my body is mine when the last layer of my atoms is mixed with the atoms around?« – A search for the distinctive self in our repetition of gestures.
»Two Transcriptions/Ode to Schoenberg« (2013) by artist, musician, and theorist G Douglas Barrett addresses debates around musical authorship, transgender politics, and identity.
Yellow-badged scanner workers, questions on copyright, and Google »anomalies«: An interview with the artist A. N. Wilson on the lecture collage »Movement Materials and What We Can Do«