In the Instagram Project on the exhibition DIORAMA, the smartphone becomes the pane of glass between the viewer and a fantastic world
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Between thing and being: In his film shown in the December DOUBLE FEATURE, the artist Paul Spengemann documents a creature from an in-between world.
The feature film “Leaning Into The Wind” about British land artist Andy Goldsworthy is a successful meditation on transience.
As part of the “Immersion” series, British artist Ed Atkins is presenting an exhibition at Martin-Gropius-Bau that addresses our ubiquitous escapism to make-believe worlds.
Its productions turn the theatergoer into an actor: An interview with performance collective SIGNA about immersion, fiction and its play “Das halbe Leid” (A sorrow shared) in Schauspiel Hamburg.
In the DOUBLE FEATURE on November 27, artist John Skoog will present his film “Shadowland”, in which the varied landscape of the American mid-West plays the starring role.
Sand, soft ice cream and escapism: In large-format photo books, photographers from Martin Parr to Pamela Littky offer an escape from the daily grind.
During the interwar years, sport became a classless mass phenomenon in Germany. Yet the idealized “neuer Mensch”, or “new man”, already showed the first signs of later Nazi ideology.
The distance between viewers and film is becoming ever smaller. Even 120 years ago, cinemagoers were jumping out of their seats as a locomotive appeared to hurtle towards the screen. We take a look at the past and the...
Artist Philipp Fürhofer presents an accessible, three-dimensional illusionary space in the SCHIRN rotunda.
You have to make hay while the sun shines: Bohemianism enjoyed a brief heyday in the Weimar Republic, before Nazism destroyed it forever.
These days, computer games are discussed in arts supplements. What is their appeal and how do they develop such a strong draw for people? Let’s play!
The indefatigable reporter Joseph Roth was an observer of everyday life in Germany during the interwar years.
In October’s DOUBLE FEATURE the artist Ani Schulze presents her latest film “Merchants Freely Enter”.
A society mirrored in its times: the SCHIRN presents a major thematic exhibition on art during the Weimar Republic.