Whether in memory of Fritz Bauer or a call against the Vietnam War: The works of Tamara Grcic and Hannah Ryggen have a political strength in common. About polyphony and the intensity of artistic processes.
Like the virtual world, weaving resembles a binary system, says Prof. Birgit Schneider. A conversation about textiles as precursors of digital codes and tapestries with political message.
An exclusive interview with Mary Gabriel about her acclaimed book “Ninth Street Women”, feminism in art history and why she didn’t want to write strictly about women.
For about 10 years Ensemble Interface has been shaping the contemporary music scene. A conversation on their first work in the white cube, Music-Theatre and the possibility to start from the scratch.
Her music rooms have been exhibited worldwide. Nevin Aladağ explains how to turn wardrobes into cellos and tells about her first work with a hip-hop dancing family.
Using algorithms, composer Orm Finnendahl morphs the works of BIG ORCHESTRA into a unique soundscape. A conversation about big egos, Brian Eno and computer-generated sounds.
You can easily lose yourself in his sounds and just start dancing. Artist and DJ Hans Berg about the emotional power of music, loss of control and his special relationship to Nathalie Djurberg.
For around 50 years she accompanied Bruno Gironcoli as a wife, fellow artist and friend. Christine Gironcoli about the ups and downs of his artistic career and her life with the known maverick.
About the freedom of art and how ideas turn into artworks. Artist duo Nathalie Djurberg and Hans Berg on the production of their hypnotic, animated worlds.
What exactly is wilderness and can you also find it in Germany? Wilderness consultant Manuel Schweiger about nature protection, discovery trails and primeval beetles.