Journal

Experience and Participation: Mathias Kessler’s conversational impulse

Article

From Dada to more recent socially engaged artwork, the twentieth century has seen a radical transformation in the role of the viewer. No longer just the passive spectator of an exhibition, the visitor has become a co-producer of the work, and sometimes even the medium itself.

Veronika C. Dräxler: Renewing Self. The ritual principles

Article

Is entering an art exhibition or watching a performance sometimes similar to stepping into a church?

Goslar Kaiserring Stipendiat - Andreas Greiner - Einführungsrede von Bernard Vienat

Article

Als Teil einer neuen Generation von ökologischen Künstlern zeigt Greiner, dass Kunst Information verdichten und neue Arten von Darstellungen finden kann, die die Betrachter prägen

Hunter Longe

Interview

Social and economic issues are not directly the subject matter, but they form the physical boundaries within which I can be creative - Hunter Longe in interview

Dominique Koch

Interview

How efficient is art as a tool for the production of alternative forms of knowledge?

Shirin Yousefi

Interview

Interview "Soft Rains / Futurs Incertains"

Thomas Moor

Interview

We can’t really credit science for fixing something it ruined, unless... - Thomas Moor in Interview

"This Is Not Water" - Hydropower Conflict Centre in Times of Green Paradox

Article

In her work "This Is Not Water", the artist Carolina Caycedo addresses the local effects of large-scale hydropower projects in South America. But how is this renewable energy source treated in times of the "Anthropocene"?

Carolina Caycedo

Interview

Will There Come Soft Rains? - with Carolina Caycedo