For Timm Ulrichs the distinction between life and art is obsolete. The portrait of a “Totalkünstler” (total artist) on SCHIRN MAGAZIN
Curator Martina Weinhart experiences an impressive installation by Ed Kienholz at the Fondazione Prada in Milan, where two further ongoing exhibitions are also well worth a visit.
Stereotypes are something artist Wolfgang Tillmans avoids at all costs. Because in his photos he is interested primarily in people as a multifaceted individuals.
In this DOUBLE FEATURE Corin Sworn presents the film “La Giubba”, which was shot in collaboration with Canadian artist Tony Romano.
How close does personalized online advertising get to us as our real persons? Technology critic Sara M. Watson describes a disconcerting encounter with her other ME.
It was in the Catalan metropolis of Barcelona that Miró was born, and it was here too that he took his first steps as an artist. Anyone visiting the city will quickly notice that Miró’s work is evident in many locations.
Hamburg-based artist Thorsten Brinkmann creates self-portraits in series – in which his face remains constantly hidden.
For three months artist Florian Meisenberg published his digital private sphere as a live-stream. An interview about his initial experiences and his understanding of virtual realities.
Where does the human sense of self actually come from? An essay by philosopher Thomas Metzinger.
Artist Eberhard Havekost availed himself of the large store of digital images when Facebook, Instagram and co. were still in their infancy.
Artist Günther Förg eluded being pigeonholed; he worked as a painter, sculptor, photographer and draftsman – always outside the box.
The American artist Peter Halley creates a multi-part installation of his complete oeuvre in the SCHIRN rotunda.
A person can be identified just as much by their face as by their fingerprints. This is immensely important for the nascent surveillance society.
Joan Miró’s younger years were defined by his conservative family home – that is until he broke away and sought freedom, which he ultimately would find in Paris.
The boundless self: Dr. Thomas Binder investigates for SCHIRN MAGAZIN the question of how limited managers’ egos actually are.
Architecture, painting, literature and Punk: Catalonia in northeastern Spain looks back on a rich cultural heritage and has produced numerous artists, including Joan Miró.
Algorithms have so far analyzed human identity merely for economic reasons. The result is dangerously far removed from our reality.