»At 25 at the latest, the wild youth is usually over. Does the serious side of life start now?« – Marte Kräher
»What is the secret of Akademie Schloss Solitude? Who has not been here yet?« – Anke te Heesen
Walking through Tsaritsyno Park on the outskirts of Moscow, my guide and I came to the end of a forest path.
»In German history some institutions have been nomadic (the Bauhaus): what would a moving Akademie look like?« – Fabrizio Gallanti
25 years of Solitude – any questions? 25 artists, friends, jurors, and partners of the Akademie dig deeper…
Three questions about the Akademie’s special anniversary book.
»Wann gehört man zu einer Stadt, zu einem Ort? Wann gehört eine Stadt zu einem?«
»When I first moved into studio 7, my attention was immediately caught by a strange object I found there.«
In his short film, Bulgarian director Javor Gardev focuses on the oneiric daily life at the Akademie.
Deborah Asiimwe writes about her personal relationship with the world of dreams…
A talk between American artist Lindsay Foster and Greek curator Marina Fokidis on shared weaknesses, the possibility of new orders, and love letters to strangers.
Solitude Atlas from China by Wang Jiaxin, a fellow in the field of literature at Akademie Schloss Solitude in 1997/1998.
Visual artist Johanna Diehl reveals her current projects in her studio at Solitude, including an exhibition at the Pinakothek der Moderne in Munich.
Solitude Atlas from Curitiba/Brazil by Pedro Dolabela Chagas, a fellow in the program art, science & business in 2009/2010.
Solitude Atlas from France/Paris by D. Kaufman, a fellow of the Jean-Jacques Rousseau Fellowship in 2013 and 2015.
»This project … helps me to maintain my humanity and dignity. It’s probably the best move that I’ve ever made in my life.« – Herman Wallace
Switch ON founder Goh Lee Kwang about his exciting platform for experimental music and arts, which is now the most important one in Malaysia.
Berlin ist ein außergewöhnlicher Ort, an dem andere Regeln als in den meisten Metropolen der westlichen Welt zu gelten scheinen.
What does it entail to treat the dream as real? Romanian artist Florin Flueras on traveling between the dreamworld and waking life.
Solitude Atlas from Shiraz/Iran by Amir Reza Koohestani, a fellow in the field of performing arts in 2014/15.
»When I began I was certain that the EU had a strong future. Today, like many others, I am far less certain.« Damaso Reyes in an interview about his project »The Europeans.«
Storms, brutalism, and hot topic: graphic designer and printmaker Mica Cabildo and architect Stephanie Choi on their storm project »house | cards.«
»How I wish that the world would stop for just a minute and seriously listen to honest art!«
Solitude Atlas from Nyőgér/Hungary by Kinga Tóth, a fellow in the field of literature in 2013.
»How to make a living from the work you really want to produce?« The design collective Brave New Alps talk about their project »Precarity Pilot.«