In 2017 the Marie Zimmermann-fellowship will be awarded to the young dramaturg Jeffrey Döring.
How are motherhood and mother love related? In which forms do they appear among us, how do we practice them and where does the practice come from? Jasmin Schädler investigated motherhood and motherlove over the last six months and is now opening her findings to the public.
On the basis of a broad network of local cultural institutions – and strongly supported by the Ministry of Science, Research and the Arts of Baden-Württemberg – the establishment of a new annual »summit meeting« is planned for Stuttgart. It will be dedicated to the main sociopolitical lines of conflict and negotiate them in the spheres of the visual and performative arts, theory, and activism. This first summit encompasses more than twenty lectures, performances, and music and film contributions from various academic, artistic, and activist contexts – regularly followed by workshops (including workshops for pupils).
In conjunction with Leipzig liest a reading with the New Zealand poet Alice Miller will take place at 5 pm at Halle 14 on March 25, 2017.
On Thursday, March 16, 2017 at 7 pm Akademie Schloss Solitude cordially invites everybody to the exhibition openings of Dima Hourani, Simone Rueß and Petra Szöcs.
Das Programm art, science & business der Akademie Schloss Solitude wird 15 Jahre alt und feiert sein erfolgreiches Bestehen und die Freude am Experiment gemeinsam mit aktuellen StipendiatInnen in Form eines besonderen Kurzfestivals.
The art, science & business program at Akademie Schloss Solitude turns 15 and will celebrate its successful existence and joy of experimentation together with current fellows in the form of a unique short festival.
In her debut Halb Taube halb Pfau (half pigeon half peacock) Maren Kames developes a proper language and sound scenery with an incredible knock-on effect. She is the first fellow in cooperation with Literaturhaus Stuttgart. Reading and exhibition are the result of her three-month stay at Akademie Schloss Solitude.
Márió Z. Nemes presents his book Puschkins Brüste, which was published in 2016 by Edition Solitude. Orsolya Kalász will read the German translation.
In cooperation with Ungarisches Kulturinstitut Stuttgart.
Myriam Van Imschoot and Marcus Bergner present the films Yodel Portrait Phil Minton and Attunement Film.
David Greigs Eine Sommernacht (A summer night) is an ironic and unconventional play with music by Gordon McIntyre.
A joint production between Akademie Schloss Solitude and Württembergische Landesbühne Esslingen.
From January 19 until March 5, 2017 the works of the fellows Kostis Velonis, Georges Senga Assani and Jelena Vesić can be seen at Akademie Schloss Solitude.
The perfomance by Solitude fellows Cássio Diniz Santiago and Till Wyler von Ballmoos will be about encounters and farewells. After the one-hour performance there will be a public talk with the artists.
After nightfall Mátyás Dunajcsik and Zsolt Korai will screen a 3D video projection on the facade of Schloss Solitude. Spectators will be able to participate in the performance.
During the closing event on December 8, 2016, Prof. Peter Ott, Prof. Mario Doulis of Merz Akademie and Prof. Jean-Baptiste Joly, director of Akademie Schloss Solitude will present the results, projects and exhibition documentations of remediate II.
The Akademie Schloss Solitude and the Kunststiftung Baden-Württemberg warmly invite you to a conjoint Art Night Walk in Stuttgart on Friday, November 25, 2016 from 7 p.m. to midnight.
From November 18 until December 18, 2016 the works of the fellows Kai Linke and Ivana Ivković can be seen. In addition, the Akademie Schloss Solitude is also contributing to the anniversary of the exhibition series Retour de Paris by showing works from Rolf Schneider and Laura Bernhardt, both former fellows of the Cité Internationale des Arts in Paris.
On December 16 and 17, 2016 guided tours through the exhibitions are offered at 6 pm. The tour on December 17 will be guided by Akademie director Jean-Baptiste Joly.
In conclusion of the series of events dealing with the concept of authorship and the status of the author in the 21st century, held in dialogue between artistic disciplines, philosophy, law, computer and social sciences, the Akademie will round off the two-year discourse with an emphasis on questions of authorship from economic, political and juridical as well as non-western perspectives.
In the exhibition In the carpet the swinging and reciprocal effects between the practices of art and craft, and the fruitful exchanges between centers in Europe and Morocco are highlighted.
The artist Li Lorian deals with the mother tongue of refugees and analyzes how different, foreign influences change the language.