According to scientists a fatal earthquake is likely to happen in Tokyo in the near future. Artist Florian Goldmann did research on the subject.
Decentralization of Internet art has just begun, but is it a cure or just another dead end? The first Schlosspost Web Residencies curated by Netro
Writers from the Institut for Dramatic Writing react to the current refugee movement. Part 2: Maria Christina Hilber on material and structure of minds dissolving in terror.
Human beings are supposedly the only mammals with the ability to laugh. But, discovers Kenian writer Dominic Otiang’a, not everyone around the globe can laugh about the same thing.
Petros Touloudis invites you with his project »Gardens of Subversion« to take a digital walk through the once vast Rococo garden of Solitude.
What happened to eco and solar architecture in and around Stuttgart since its emergence 30 years ago? Join Kim Förster on an exemplary city walk.
»Fictitious Force,« a film by artist Philip Widmann, investigates the visible and invisible borders of sharing the same moment.
Imagine changing your studio for an earthly paradise. Philippine designer and artist Mica Cabildo takes you on a special studio visit with a tropical GIF-diary.
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.
The nexus author–work–copyright has transformed in fundamental ways – but opposite to what the recurrent claims of the death of the author have suggested.
How can a poem leap off the page and onto the streets? Poet and journalist Thom Donovan in conversation about Occupy Poetics, literary responses to the Occupy movement.
From animism to today’s digital fetishism: the essay film »Europium« tells a different story of the fluorescent rare earth used in smartphone displays.
We show how Solitude’s famous exhibition space Hirschgang has changed over the last 25 years with the many artists living and working in the house.
Writers from the Institut for Dramatic Writing react to the current refugee movement. Part 1: Anna Gschnitzer on the terrorist attacks in Paris, reality, and free fall.
25 years Fall of the Berlin wall: two authors delved into the archive of the German Literary Archive Marbach and the Literary Colloqium Berlin to create an online audiovisual course.
A sound poetry performance by Kinga Tóth about the traditional roles of women and the unusual use of the color blue.
On the topic of love, Norman Andrew Wilson and Anna Okrasko presented three different works, which did not really fit the microworld frame, but were themselves three micro-realities.
A writing body in red, yellow, blue: the Japanese artist Junko Wada in a dance proposal from the 90s together with the sound artist Hans Peter Kuhn.
In his compositions, Christopher Trapani combines very different musical styles such as blues, Ottoman, and spectral music with influences from literature, encounters, and places.
The Syrian writer Rasha Abbas was working on translating her new short stories in Ghent/New York when the Paris attacks happened. A talk about dreams, writing in times of war, and false fears.
A notification concerning the exhibition piece »Sokhraneniye Pogloshchennogo« (Russian: Сохренение Поглащенного, Survival of the Absorbed).
The artists Anna Serra and Kinga Toth have been working on a new audio-text project since November 12: »Bubble Time Paris.«
Three groups traced the movement of Kafka’s main character from »Amerika« by doing a boat trip and working on a collective performance.
Ten writers from the Institut for Dramatic Writing react on the current refugee movement, in a collaborative writing project with urgent questions on solidarity and empathy.
On Fishers Island, New York, you sometimes have to remind yourself that there are no such things as ghosts. A studio report by writer Dan Boehl