»The urge to express myself brought theater to me.« A portrait of the German writer and director Vanessa Emde
Akademie Schloss Solitude is celebrating the World Poetry Day by featuring over ten art works by current fellows of all disciplines.
Marianne Zückler on her novel about women on the Halligen islands & their life in a small, close-knit community in the vast expanses of the North Sea.
A poetic picture essay by artist and former fellow Eunjung Hwang on her drawings, animations, and the ghosts, monsters, and memories of her childhood.
In her audio drama, German writer Marianne Zückler depicts the dreams of four characters, all under way one summer’s night…
»Beware of anyone claiming an artificial intelligence by jumbling our memories into their models, for they may be trying to steal our dreams.« Artist Robert Ochshorn in conversation
Irish poet and former Solitude fellow Annemarie Ní Churreáin on her residency at the Heinrich Böll Cottage, where she spent mornings absorbed in thoughts.
Someone is leading a life parallel to your own. This person looks like you, answers to your name, lives in your house. But they are not you.
Minsk is a city of social utopia and happy dreams – an approach to a city’s vision.
The cultural anthropologist Mick Taussig and the artist Hélène Baril together in »The Sea Theater,« a play about the transformation of the sea and the re-enchantment of the world.
Philosopher Jason Read on the historicity of perception. »How can we transform the very perceptions that constitute us?«
»If modern cinema addresses our most intimate fears, Hollywood cinema, basically action movies, likes to terrify the spectator in order to release a maximum of emotions…«
»Why do we replace the concept of »self-reflection« with that of »second order observation?« A lecture by Hans Ulrich Gumbrecht.
»There are very few fields of expertise where software tools haven’t become the essential part of their craft and workflows.« A lecture by internet activist Marcell Mars.
A discussion with Maurizio Lazzarato, Brian Massumi, Peter Pál Pelbart, and Akseli Virtanen about power at the end of economy.
Ivana Ivković continues her exploration of the atlas, walking in circles, liminal space, and sound reverberating through bones.
With a series of posts, performing artist Ivana Ivković explores her fascination with cartography, navigation, and various notions of the atlas.
In the final post of her series, Ivana Ivković contemplates terrestrial and stellar echoes of loss.
»Novalis said that if we lose rhythm then we shall lose the world.« – Franck Christoph Yeznikian
»People are unable to welcome that place of contradiction, of paradox, of failure, of fall.« José Carlos Teixeira in conversation about his participatory project »The Fall.«
»If you do something with your heart, some good will come out.« –Indian writer Amandeep Sandhu in a portrait by Marte Kräher.
Danish artist Maj Hasager shows the seemingly invisible life of the Filipino migrant workers in Mussolini’s utopian »Third Rome.«
Louis-Philippe Scoufaras and Elisa Calosi asked pupils of the Maria Montessori primary school in Stuttgart: What should become of the Acropolis in Athens?