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We are very happy to share a new Solitude Blog entry, the interview »The Vibration of Things« or »On Interconnectedness«...
26/10/2022

We are very happy to share a new Solitude Blog entry, the interview »The Vibration of Things« or »On Interconnectedness« with Elke aus dem Moore by Sarie Nijboer, with you!

Elke aus dem Moore was invited to curate the 15th edition of the Fellbach Small Sculpture Triennial, »The Vibration of Things«, which showed sculptural works by a diverse networtk of artists from different backgrounds, including numberous members of the Solitude network.

The exhibition and the accompanying events focussed on the »vibrations« of objects, their ownership and the topic of restitution, as well as the interconnectedness of all living beings, both with one another and their surroundings. Central to »The Vibration of Things« was the appreciation of nature and of different knowledge systems, particularly Indigenous cosmologies, as well as the presentation of multi-generational pieces.

Find the interview in both English and German on our website:
https://www.akademie-solitude.de/de/solitude-blog/the-vibration-of-things-or-on-interconnectedness/

Images
1: Antje Majewski, »Sculpture Forest Sanctuary«, exhibition view 15. Triennale Kleinplastik Fellbach, 2022. Photo: Peter D. Hartung
2: Mohsen Hazrati, exhibition view 15. Triennale Kleinplastik Fellbach, 2022. Photo: Peter D. Hartung
3: Alte Kelter Fellbach, exhibition view 15. Triennale Kleinplastik Fellbach, 2022. Photo: Peter D. Hartung

Opening this Friday, works by fomer Solitude fellow Sofia Lomba will be on view at WUNDERKAMMER – NATURALIA / ARTIFICIAL...
25/10/2022

Opening this Friday, works by fomer Solitude fellow Sofia Lomba will be on view at WUNDERKAMMER – NATURALIA / ARTIFICIALIA (Stuttgart), a project curated by current art coordination fellow Jan Nicola Angermann.

In a trance of repetition, Sofia Lomba creates series of drawings around, inside and about body, producing images that are placed somewhere between flower studies and genitalia, between plants and flesh. Blurring autobiography and art, having her own body as the protagonist, she explores gender and identity issues, body transformations, pregnancy, sexuality and its representations. Further in their aesthetic, they would recall taxonomies of some kind.

The exhibition »i used to be a mountain« presents an acrylic on silk installation by Sofia with a two-channel loop soundtrack by Sara Pereira at Badstr. 32, Stuttgart/Bad Cannstatt, and will run from October 29 through January 17.

Image: Sofia Lomba at Akademie Schloss Solitude, 2022. Poto: Moran Beeg

To those of you who are in Stuttgart or around, we warmly recommend to visit the concert performance »Böse Frauen« (Evil...
24/10/2022

To those of you who are in Stuttgart or around, we warmly recommend to visit the concert performance »Böse Frauen« (Evil Women) by InterAKT Initiative on October 27, 28, 29 or 30 at Theaterhaus Stuttgart!

Evil women are mostly women with power, women who stand up for themselves / women who criticize men / women who are impudent / women who are clever / women who are unscrupulous / women who take what they want. Evil women are first and foremost self-determined. Six performers who already unite a diversity of being a woman* in themselves will be on stage. Together they are the protagonists of poetic pictures. Musically located between experimental music and punk, they take the stage playing and dancing.

In the project, several former Solitude fellows are involved, namely with Jasmin Schädler as one of the artistic directors, Nesindano Namises performing on stage and Mounir Saeed being responsible for the choreography.

Images
1: Photo by Dominique Brewing.
2: Graphics by Arjann Jacob Härtner

Today on , it's all about Jaśmina Wójcik – a visual artist, director, author of listening-focused, participatory socio- ...
21/10/2022

Today on , it's all about Jaśmina Wójcik – a visual artist, director, author of listening-focused, participatory socio- artistic actions based in Warsaw, Poland.

Jaśmina deals with including and giving subjectivity to communities that lack visibility and expression. For several years, she has been involved in empathic education. She gives agency and subjectivity to children, treating them as co-creators and inviting them to a dialogue. Currently, Jaśmina focuses mainly on grassroots education practices, which will result in her new film based on the novel by educator Janusz Korczak, »King Matt the First«.

She conducts »Gazeta Dzieci« (The Children’s Newspaper), which is a place for children’s authentic expression. Created by children for children. Jaśmina only takes care of the process from the organizational side (space, promotion, partnerships, printing). The overriding task of Gazeta Dzieci is to put children in charge, and to awaken the awareness in them that their voice is important.

Find out more about the film project »King Matt the First« on https://www.facebook.com/krolmaciuspierwszydokument
and visit the page of »Gazeta Dzieci« here: https://www.facebook.com/gazetadzieci

All photos by Jakub Wróblewski
1: Jaśmina Wójcik with »Gazeta Dzieci«
2+3: Editorial team of »Gazeta Dzieci«
4+5: Stills from »King Matt the First«
6+7: Workshops for »King Matt the First«
8+9: »Konteksty. Postartistic Congress« (www.konteksty.to)
10: Handing over the banner made by Jaśmina Wójcik (»sow*collect*share*exchange«) to Zasiej collective (www.zasiej.org)

Yesterday, the first workshop of a series on art education at Akademie Schloss Solitude took place. Moderated by Vatan U...
20/10/2022

Yesterday, the first workshop of a series on art education at Akademie Schloss Solitude took place. Moderated by Vatan Ukaj and Clara Schweizer from Wertansich(t), staff members together with current Solitude fellows and representatives of the student council of Baden-Württemberg (Landesschülerbeirat – LSBR) discussed how the activities of Akademie Schloss Solitude and the Solitude fellows could become more visible and accessible to a broader public.

The targeted funding of the project »Junge Perspektiven« within the framework of the »Weiterkommen!« program by the new Zentrum für Kulturelle Teilhabe Baden-Württemberg (ZfKT – Center for Cultural Participation Baden-Wuerttemberg) enables the development of a mission statement for the currently emerging field of artistic and cultural mediation at Akademie Schloss Solitude.

Photos: Saskia Ackermann

Do you already have plans for next Wednesday, October 26? We would love to see you at Neue Schachtel (Stuttgart) for a c...
19/10/2022

Do you already have plans for next Wednesday, October 26? We would love to see you at Neue Schachtel (Stuttgart) for a concert of wild experimental music given by current Solitude fellow Neil Luck, alongside with British musician Laurie Tompkins and the Hamburg based duo Louis d’Heudieres & Nina Kuttler!

Expect mad Karaoke, mutant folk, spoken word, electronics, animal calls, and songs coaxed from an orchestra of household objects.

The evening will start with a pre-concert talk between Neil Luck and Nico Angermann as part of the Apotheose artist series.

PROGRAM
8.30 pm – talk
9.30 pm – concert
11 pm – playlist and drinks

LOCATION
Neue Schachtel
Innerer Nordbahnhof 1
Stuttgart

Slide 2: Photo by Sisi Burn

Akademie Schloss Solitude is currently developing a mission statement for the field of artistic and cultural mediation. ...
18/10/2022

Akademie Schloss Solitude is currently developing a mission statement for the field of artistic and cultural mediation. Partners from different social groups within Stuttgart’s urban community are invited to participate in this process. In the upcoming weeks, we will share insights of a series of workshops with you – stay tuned!

The targeted funding of the project »Junge Perspektiven« within the framework of the »Weiterkommen!« program by the new Zentrum für Kulturelle Teilhabe Baden-Württemberg (ZfKT – Center for Cultural Participation Baden-Wuerttemberg) enables the development of a mission statement for the currently emerging field of artistic and cultural mediation at Akademie Schloss Solitude. »As part of the support program, Akademie Schloss Solitude will formulate new strategies for opening up the Akademie together with young actors in order to enable people from the city to participate directly and actively in artistic work in the future«, says Elke aus dem Moore, Director of Akademie Schloss Solitude.

Find more information about the project on our website:
https://www.akademie-solitude.de/en/news/die-akademie-schloss-solitude-erarbeitet-ein-neues-kulturelles-leitbild-zur-kunst-und-kulturvermittlung/

Photo: Saskia Ackermann

 – This week we would like to introduce Nika Rukavina (.rukavina000) to you! Nika's art addresses the problems of social...
14/10/2022

– This week we would like to introduce Nika Rukavina (.rukavina000) to you!

Nika's art addresses the problems of social intolerance and discrimination, as well as the impact of a repressive system and its environment on individuals who do not accept the imposed social consensus. Her latest art and workshops aim to help women and q***r communities to gain their self-esteem and to heal past traumas.

During her time at Akademie Schloss Solitude, she will study the heart’s role in our cognitive and emotional processes, The heart is not just the blood pump, a material object that keeps us alive, but, for centuries, people have instinctively contemplated the heart as the center of our emotions and privileged it with more complex purposes than just pumping blood.

»When we start to acknowledge each other and our bound interrelation, I trust we will develop empathy and a willingness to discover options that could positively affect today's social and political distress. To overcome this particular state, we should confront our fears in the individual and societal context, especially our fear of the ‘other’ and ‘different’. I believe we need to look into our hearts, and from that intimate act, I wish to develop the new artwork.«

Images
1: Photo by Esel.at
2: »Don't be so emotional«, 2022, performance at Galerija Prozori, Zagreb. Photo: Jasenko Rasol.
3: »The book of invisible influence«, produced 2019 during a residency at KulturKontakt Austria, Vienna.
4: »In the end it's all about the money« 2016, performance done for the residency in Donosti/San Sebastian (Spain), European Capitals of Culture 2016. Video: HD 1080p, 16:9, color, 7'56 loop. Photo and video: Jakub Szafranski.
5: »Rooted«, 2018, intervention in public space, military cemetery in Feldbach-Mühldorf. The art piece was part of project »Inverting Battlefields – for a borderless future«, project of Xenos Association in cooperation with KIÖR | Art in Public Space Styria / Universalmuseum Joanneum

Today on , meet Solitude fellow, Palestinian short story writer, playwright, woman activist and translator Najwa Juma!Na...
07/10/2022

Today on , meet Solitude fellow, Palestinian short story writer, playwright, woman activist and translator Najwa Juma!

Najwa is a member of the General Union for the Palestinian Writers, a member of the Board of Directors of the International Palestinian Creativity Foundation and the Head of the Cultural Creativity Forum at the same Foundation.

Najwa has published two short story collections (»Shut Off« in 2019 and »Wings of Fear« in 2022). Najwa publishes regularly in the Women Voice Newspaper since 2005. She writes about Palestinian women, society, regime, and political division and faced many difficulties writing about these critical issues. Najwa tries to make a difference in the besieged society and speaks up for all the voiceless women to stop all kinds of violence that they are exposed to.

Believing that translated literature not only opens the doors for worldwide readers to know your story, but also it makes your story reachable, remained and remembered, Najwa helped to translate and edit »48 Palestinian Narratives«, a book that contains 48 Palestinian short narratives from Arabic into English .

During her residence at Akademy Schloss Solitude, Najwa has started translating one of her short story collections, »Wings of Fear«, that talks about the Palestinian women fears, struggles and hopes.

Images
Courtesy by Najwa Juma
2, 7: Photo: Anton Avdieiev

We want to thank everyone who joined us in Bad Boll, despite the rain, for »Acting Care! A Performance on the Meadow« on...
06/10/2022

We want to thank everyone who joined us in Bad Boll, despite the rain, for »Acting Care! A Performance on the Meadow« on the weekend of September 24 and 25!

In the two-day-long event, the subject of care sparked many critical conversations on political structures, work-life balance, mental health, the concept of belonging, ecosystems, traditions, craftsmanship and more.

A special thanks goes to the incredible artists, experts and partners that set in motion the talks, shared their knowledge and enabled the discourse to happen within safe spaces: Bureau Baubotanik (), Hannes Schwertfeger, Oliver Storz, Florian Model (), Christina Maria Pfeifer (), Sabrina Schray, Niki Matita, Tamara Ehs, Monika Gonser, Maren Geers, Thomas Drescher, Julian Warner, Ingmar Volkmann (), Nicoline Wöhrle, Sophie-Charlotte Thieroff and the cooperation partners.

»Acting Care!« is a production of Bureau Baubotanik () within the context of the festival ÜBER:MORGEN, hosted by the KulturRegion Stuttgart (), and is taking place in cooperation with the municipality of Bad Boll (https://www.facebook.com/Gemeinde-Bad-Boll-111459995014950) , WALA Heilmittel GmbH (), the Evangelische Akademie Bad Boll (), the Stiftung Lebenshilfe Zollernalb () and the fellowship program »Under Utopia« initiated by Akademie Schloss Solitude (.Solitude) and the artist duo Geers/Drescher.

Photos: Stella Olivier and Katharina Meding

 to our Monthly Dinner two weeks ago in a cozy autumnal atmosphere. Once a month, all fellows, staff and sometimes also ...
04/10/2022

to our Monthly Dinner two weeks ago in a cozy autumnal atmosphere. Once a month, all fellows, staff and sometimes also external guests are invited to come together for a dinner with inspiring conversations and amazing food by Akademie's kitchen team.

Photos: Anton Avdieviev

 – Today, we are pleased to introduce current Solitude fellow Wilder Alison to you!Wilder Alison is an American interdis...
30/09/2022

– Today, we are pleased to introduce current Solitude fellow Wilder Alison to you!

Wilder Alison is an American interdisciplinary artist. In residence at Akademie Schloss Solitude, Wilder will expand a body of paintings made from dyed wool, originally motivated by the Monique Wittig text, »The Le***an Body«. In this text, Wittig cuts the »I« in the original French with a slash: »j/e.«

In translation, the I is italicized, and the slash appears instead in m/e and m/y. The graphic sum of these marks throughout the text is a conflation of the slash and the I, such that the I itself begins to enact a split. Wilder transposes this cut to structure their paintings, slit subjects, which constitute an abstract, sensory lexicon and evade the necessity of speech.

»In my work, there is a slippage between language and form analogous to the slippage that constitutes trans-ness, q***rness, and neurodivergence. My defiance of visual cohesion is motivated by the failure of language and culture to accommodate invisible modes of (dis-)identification, posing the possibility of a collectivity not only among different subjects, but within one.«

Wilder has a solo show »mirror air error hunger« on view at GAA Gallery in Cologne/Germany, through November 5, 2022.

Images
1: Portrait
2: »accord the chord – strangles. And I/fts«, 2022, dyed wool and thread, 46cm x 80cm, photo: Mareike Tocha
3: »s/eve s/lent scarlet (W w extant arm)«, 2022, dyed wool and thread, 122cm x 216cm; photo: Mareike Tocha
4: Installation shot, »mirror air error hunger«, Gaa Projects, Cologne, 2022; photo: Mareike Tocha
5: »skyeyeye crush—« , 2021, dyed wool and thread, 140cm x 152cm, photo: Pierre LeHors
6: Installation shot, »A Ripe Blackberry Murmurs to the Wall«, FIERMAN Gallery, New York NY/USA, 2021
7: Untitled, 2021, porcelain, two parts each 11.5cm x 20cm, photo: Pierre LeHors

Last week, we had a visit from Filmakademie Baden-Württemberg. Guido Lukoschek (Head of International Office), Márk Szil...
29/09/2022

Last week, we had a visit from Filmakademie Baden-Württemberg. Guido Lukoschek (Head of International Office), Márk Szilágyi (Project Management International Programs) and Enotie Paul Ogbebor (member of the Benin Dialogue Group) spent the afternoon at Solitude and talked to current fellows.

Something is growing in the Merkelpark in Esslingen am Neckar! Artist and former Solitude fellow Leone Contini has plant...
28/09/2022

Something is growing in the Merkelpark in Esslingen am Neckar!

Artist and former Solitude fellow Leone Contini has planted the seed for an experimental, walk-in sculpture entitled »Tutto il mondo è paese – die Welt ist ein Zuhause«. Together with local gardeners and the Villa Merkel team, he is creating a living work of art there that is bearing fruit.

Leone has long been involved in intercultural agriculture. His knowledge of traditional farming methods and both old and new varieties also informs his artistic practice, which often revolves around gardening, harvesting, cooking and eating. In Esslingen, Italian bottle gourds and East Asian bitter cucumbers grow and entwine alongside native bean varieties that originated in Baden-Württemberg. The seeds do not come from large corporations, but from farming communities that propagate their seeds themselves.

This weekend, October 1 and 2, from 2 to 6 pm, you are warmly invited to join for the program with a lecture and storytelling, plant seed exchange, performance and other actions.

For further information visit https://www.kulturregion-stuttgart.de/was/uebermorgen/esslingen-am-neckar-leone-contini

»Tutto il mondo è paese – die Welt ist ein Zuhause« is part of the festival ÜBER:MORGEN by KulturRegion Stuttgart and a cooperation with Villa Merkel.

Images
1: Installation view Leone Contini, »Tutto il mondo è paese – die Welt ist ein Zuhause«, credits by Villa Merkel, Galerie der Stadt Esslingen am Neckar
2: Portrait Leone Contini. Photo: Cinzia Delnevo

RADIO ::: SOLIDARTIY MAKES WORKIn the context of »Acting Care!«, artist and cultural anthropologist Niki Matita spent on...
27/09/2022

RADIO ::: SOLIDARTIY MAKES WORK

In the context of »Acting Care!«, artist and cultural anthropologist Niki Matita spent one week in Bad Boll to meet CARE-workers and people affected by the project. Niki collected impressions through field recordings and conversations on how – beyond personal creeds and ideologies – one can deal with each other communally.

These voices were presented in a performative space and workshop discussion on Saturday, September 24, and will be broadcasted on Freies Radio für Stuttgart this Thursday, September 29, at 3 PM.

Listen to the radio program »Solidarität macht Arbeit« in the area of Stuttgart on UKW 99.2 MHz, on cable on 102.1 or worldwide on the internet via www.freies-radio.de!

»Acting Care!« is a production of Bureau Baubotanik () within the context of the festival ÜBER:MORGEN, hosted by the KulturRegion Stuttgart (), and is taking place in cooperation with the municipality of Bad Boll (https://www.facebook.com/Gemeinde-Bad-Boll-111459995014950) , WALA Heilmittel GmbH (), the Evangelische Akademie Bad Boll (), the Stiftung Lebenshilfe Zollernalb () and the fellowship program »Under Utopia« initiated by Akademie Schloss Solitude (.Solitude) and the artist duo Geers/Drescher.

Photo: Niki Matita

This week on , meet Tanya Villanueva, current Solitude fellow in the field of societal and communal-based work!For the p...
23/09/2022

This week on , meet Tanya Villanueva, current Solitude fellow in the field of societal and communal-based work!

For the past four years her work took a turn to become a sharing space to assert the importance of friendship, family, and community care as methods to continue her art practice that answers to the economic and time restrictions that are constantly present in her life as a working class artist and as a disabled family unit living with Bipolar disorder. Art making has been her way to propose, uphold and insist that individual care work and community healing are integral methods in moving forward and addressing the cycle of abuse as the favored practice of capitalistic and colonial bodies that shaped our past and current conditions.

Over the course of her fellowship, Tanya has been exploring ways to connect and expand her methods on transformative care work via ART SCHOOL NOW SALON. A slow-building community project that takes on salon work and beautification as tools to share and extend creative care work to fellow artists who might need some form of attention and rejuvenation such as hair makeovers, hand massages and hanging out in her studio salon.

Find out more about Tanya on www.tanyavillanueva.portfoliobox.net

All images: Courtesy the artist
1: Portrait Tanya Villanueva
2: »Pahinga ay trabaho« (rest is work), screenshot from a video work entitled »invisible work performing«, 2019
3: »Fish make-over (after defrosting the fridge)«, 2017
4: ArtSchoolNow Salon with fellows Zahra, Khotso, Luiza, 2022
5: ArtschoolNow Salon documentation, 2022

22/09/2022

»Meeting of Future Diplomats« | Act V of »Acting Care! A Performance on the Meadow«, September 25, 10 am to 1 pm, Bad Boll

The final act on Sunday morning is designed as a meeting for all, bringing together everyone who is interested in BECOMING A FUTURE DIPLOMAT FOR THE UNKNOWN. Artists will have the opportunity to meet regional experts. Stakeholders from the participating institutions can meet decision-makers from the region and employees from their administration. You can attend and contribute coming from afar or from close by. Of course always »Under Utopia«. For the meeting we are very happy to welcome political scientist and democracy care worker TAMARA EHS from Vienna and MONIKA GONSER, head of the Intersectoral School of Goverance! Both will give us guidance into how best to create a new constitution for the future unknown. Don’t miss!

You can reach Bad Boll very easily from Stuttgart main station with the regional train to Göppingen ZOB. A shuttle will be waiting for you in Göppingen to take you to Bad Boll for the »Meeting of Future Diplomats«. More info on the shuttle here: https://www.akademie-solitude.de/de/event/acting-care/

»Acting Care!« is a production of Bureau Baubotanik () within the context of the festival ÜBER:MORGEN, hosted by the KulturRegion Stuttgart (), and is taking place in cooperation with the municipality of Bad Boll (https://www.facebook.com/Gemeinde-Bad-Boll-111459995014950) , WALA Heilmittel GmbH (), the Evangelische Akademie Bad Boll (), the Stiftung Lebenshilfe Zollernalb () and the fellowship program »Under Utopia« initiated by Akademie Schloss Solitude (.Solitude) and the artist duo Geers/Drescher.

Find the full program and further information on our website:
https://www.akademie-solitude.de/en/event/acting-care/

Video: Bureau Baubotanik

**LAST CHANCE! Submit your project proposal until Friday, September 23**Call for Web Residencies No 18 »Magical Hackeris...
21/09/2022

**LAST CHANCE! Submit your project proposal until Friday, September 23**
Call for Web Residencies No 18 »Magical Hackerism or The Elasticity of Resilience« curated by Akademie Schloss Solitude, SAVVY Contemporary and The Research Netting Group.

If you work with lateral exchanges, situated knowledges, community networks, and/or connecting intertropically on a planetary level, please apply for this residency which takes place within the long-term SAVVY Contemporary project looking at re-generative ways of being, netting, and rendering a multiplicity of realities.

Four web residencies will be awarded from November to December 2022 to practitioners and communities with a strong connection to the tropical belt. We are very much looking forward to receiving your submissions!

HOW TO APPLY: Please send your project proposal until September 23, 2022, to [email protected]

Find further details on our website (www.akademie-solitude.de / link in bio) or via SAVVY Contemporary (www.savvy-contemporary.com).

A project by and with SAVVY Contemporary, Akademie Schloss Solitude, Alejo Duque, Czar Kristoff, Neema Githere, Anderu Immaculate Mali a.k.a. Immy Mali, Sahej Rahal and Morehshin Allahyari.

Concept, curator and design: Juan Pablo García Sossa (JPGS, )

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Khoes (Nesindano Namises) is a performer, poet and vocalist. While working on radio as a news presenter, copywriter and voice artist she was introduced to the poetry movement, Spoken Word Namibia and co-organised the influential platform (with, among others, late filmmaker Oshosheni Hivelua), which has influenced and been a catalyst for a large number of Windhoek's contemporary performers and spaces.

As a performer, Khoes combines multilingual poetry and andsound-scaping in her mother tongue, Khoekhoegowab and in English and Afrikaans. With Christian Polloni, the duo, Blend was formed and saw the debut of one recorded album. She ventured back into performance in 2018 with the collaborative project: The House of Falling Bones.

Her current projects explore the practice of restoring the non-physical and the experimental play of storytelling with the aural. She is also a mother and aspiring afro-futurist.
- theKhoest - experimental poetry/sound. Presented in Stuttgart (Visible festival),
Windhoek (Oudano Africa), Barcelona (Africa Moment), Ondalate Naiteke and Skandaløs
festival, 2019/20, 21Distritos - Madrid (Oct 2021)
- The House of Falling Bones - A Namibia-South Africa-Germany music theatre. Munich,
Hamburg, Dusseldorf, Zurich, 2017/2020
- The Mourning/The Mourning Citizen - dramaturgy by Nashilongweshipwe Muushandja,
choreographed by dancer/teacher Trixie Munyama. (Namibia, online) 2018/2020

She is a recipient of the Namibian residency program by Akademie Schloss Solitude and also a resident for Flausen+ 2021.

On 27 October, the project “Evil Women", a production of InterAKT Initiative, will premiere at 20:00 in P1 at Theaterhaus Stuttgart / ECLAT Festival / Musik der Jahrhunderte
further dates: 28. + 29.10. at 20:00, 30.10. at 16:00.

Design: Arjann Jacob Härtner
Foto: Dominique Brewing
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Digital Solitude Assembly Tbilisi
Oct 21 – 24, 2022

A collaboration between the Digital Solitude program of Akademie Schloss Solitude, CYNETART Platform, and Untitled Gallery Tbilisi

The »Digital Solitude Assembly Tbilisi« is a project that is initiated by Untitled Gallery Tbilisi, and emerged from the Digital Solitude network and its 2022 festival edition »Fragile Solidarity/Fragile Connections.«

Untitled Gallery Tbilisi invites four artists from their respective communities, and four artists from the Digital Solitude network. This assembly brings together artists to develop new narratives and visions around digital media and technologies, and to promote works by South Caucasian artists working with digital media.

The assembly takes place in the framework of the Tbilisi Architecture Biennale 2022, which focuses on post-Soviet »temporalities« surrounding precarious living spaces, scarce resources, political instability, wars, or difficult means of income.

Since its founding in 2016, the Digital Solitude program has established a formidable network. The program acknowledges a lack of exchange with the South Caucasus (Georgia, Armenia, Azerbaijan), which is why it’s important for all partners to meet in Tbilisi and explore the possibilities of web-based projects such as Akademie Schloss Solitude’s Web Residency program.

The assembly will kick off with a joint exhibition at Untitled Gallery Tbilisi at 7pm on October 21, 2022, and will continue with discussions, talks, presentations, and joint working sessions for three more days.

With contributions by Salina Abaza, Banu Asgar, Ksenia Nam, Tatev Tsokolakyan (represented by Diana Sardaryan), Lasha Kabanashvili, Daniil Galkin, Kateryna Rusetska, Maria Espinoza and Shirley Chen, Panta Rhei Collaborative (Bene Wahlbrink, Eugenio Cappuccio, Jan Bauer) and Juan Pablo García Sossa.

The project is supported by the Goethe-Institut Georgien, and the TMA Hellerau. It is cofinanced by Akademie Schloss Solitude and the CREATIVE Europe program of the European Union within the framework of the New Cross-National Temporality Project (NCNTP).

Collateral event of the Tbilisi Architecture Biennial / თბილისის არქიტექტურის ბიენალე
Halbzeit beim ÜBER:MORGEN-Festival! Wir blicken zurück auf 12 Tage voller schöner Begegnungen und Momente. Und sagen Danke an alle Künstler:innen, Projektbeteiligte und Besucher:innen für die großartige Zeit. Auf die nächsten 12 Tage!

Ein Special-Dank geht an Frank Kleinbach für die Fotos!



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Bureau Baubotanik
WALA Arzneimittel
Evangelische Akademie Bad Boll
Lebenshilfe Zollernalb
Villa Merkel
Die TanzKompanie
Stadt Leonberg
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Kunsthalle Göppingen
Kirchheim/Teck
Kulturforum Schorndorf
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Ich muss Ihnen mitteilen, dass Sie in Ihrer aktuellen Beförderung eine Person integriert haben, die keine Ethik hat und sich schamlos die Arbeit anderer aneignet. Sein akademischer Titel wurde durch Fliegen erworben und unterzeichnete den choreografischen und multidisziplinären Ansatz eines ehemaligen Mitarbeiters. Bis heute präsentiert sie sich auf ihrer Website als Autorin oder Regisseurin von Werken, an denen sie nur teilgenommen hat. In dieser Hinsicht beabsichtigt der ursprüngliche Künstler, Ihr Gesprächspartner, nach einer langen Zeit der Getreiden und Depression angesichts eines solchen Verhaltens nicht mehr, sich darauf hereinlegen zu lassen. Als marginaler Vagabund der Dichterszene wird er seine Rechte geltend machen, ohne der daraus resultierenden Rückkehr von Karma vorzugreifen. Es war wichtig, Sie zu benachrichtigen.
“B-but w-what about Lithuania!” 🥺

No worries, she's more gorgeous than ever and eager to display her most NMAgnificent poets on Tuesday at 6 p.m. at the House of Histories in Vilnius.

Žurnalo „No More Amber“ antrojo numerio pristatymas

See you there! 💅

📌 Ramūnas Liutkevičius (b. 1982) studied Lithuanian philology and semiotics at Vilnius University.
He has published pieces in literary journals and on personal platforms, and is an active participant of poetic and interdisciplinary artistic events. He often reads his works in a performative style, approaching poetry from audio-visual and choreographic perspectives. He has stated that poetry is truly a dance. Liutkevičius’s recently published poetry debut “Šokis įsuka šviesą” (The Dance Turns in the Light) was received as a striking and alluringly dark book.
📌 Eglė Frank (b. 1975) is a prose writer and essayist, born in Vilnius. She graduated from Vilnius Pedagogical University and has worked in editorial offices and an advertisement agency. “The Dead Also Dance” is her first book.
“Writing for me is a legal way to express my inner darkness, while peeking out of the corner of my eye into the beyond. I dare say, I know the price of this deal.”
Her short stories are sensual, inventive, and uncanny, with a certain Lynchian vibe, but still firmly rooted in everyday life; a life in which anything can happen.
📌 Marius Burokas (1977) is a poet, freelance writer, translator, and editor-in-chief of the online Lithuanian literature magazine Vilnius Review. Marius is the author of four poetry books, his most recent of which “Švaraus buvimo” (Of Clean Being) was published in 2018 and received the Poetry Spring festival prize. While his collection of English-language poetry, “Now I Understand”, was published by Parthian Books in 2018; and his Ukrainian-language poetry book, “Найменші речі”, was published in 2020. Marius’s poetry has been translated into Polish, Slovenian, English, German, French, Dutch, Ukrainian and others. He also translates the poetry of American, Canadian, and Australian poets, and is a member of the Lietuvos rašytojų sąjunga / Lithuanian Writers' Union, and the Lithuanian Association of Literary Translators. He currently lives in Vilnius and can’t wait to present the Lithuanian authors of No More Amber to the Baltics and (maybe) to the whole world.
📌 Ričardas Šileika (b. 1968) is a poet and prose writer. He studied at Vilnius Culture and Household Work School. He has worked as a journalist and press photographer of Kupiškis, Jonava and Radviliškis, and at a Police Department of Radviliškis district as a senior expert. Currently, he lectures at
the Vilnius Academy of Arts and collaborates with cultural press (Literatūra ir menas, Šiaurės Atėnai, Kultūros barai, Žurnalas „Nemunas“, and more). He is an active participant of literary festivals and events, and his works have been published in various almanacks and collections. His often-miniature works are playful, witty, and out of the box..
📌 Sara Poisson (b. 1964) was, in her words, born uncomfortably in a little house at a lake. Her mother, a midwife by profession, found herself in two roles at the same time: that of giving birth and that of assisting a birth. Poisson considers this to very likely be what caused her inclination to impurity, the ability to take on several roles simultaneously, and her inner obligation to view everything both from inside and from outside. Having worked as a journalist, Poisson describes her style as, “I write uncomfortably. Someone is always asking if I am scared, if I feel safe, if what I do is hazardous to my health.” Lithuanian publishers released nine of her books from 1999 to 2016. Four collections of poetry, two novels, one collection
of novellas, and two books of essays.
“Writing uncomfortable books was the most comfortable, cheapest, and safest of all activities known to me. Some of those books have been noticed.”
📌 Laurynas Katkus (1972) is a Lithuanian writer, editor, essayist, and translator. Katkus studied Lithuanian and Comparative literature in Vilnius, Norwich, Leipzig, and Berlin, and holds a PhD with a thesis on exile in modern poetry. His latest book, a collection of novellas, is titled: “Nakvynė Berlyne” (A Night in Berlin, 2022). He has published three books of poetry, the last being “Už 7 gatvių” (Behind 7 Streets), and a book of essays, “Sklepas” (The Basement), among other works. Katkus’s work has been translated into more than ten languages.
Katkus was a fellow of the Akademie Schloss Solitude in Stuttgart, of the Junge Akademie of Berlin Academy of Arts, and of the International Writing Program in Iowa, and others. He has translated S. Sontag, W. Benjamin, F. Hölderlin, G. Büchner, E. Jünger, O. Paz, L. Seiler, and more, into Lithuanian. Katkus lives in Vilnius with his wife and three children, and works as a freelance author and translator.

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