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L’année dernière à Solitude (Last Year At Solitude)
November 2006
This two-part performance project, by three Belgrade theater creators, emerged at the beginning of 2006: Referring to the Renais film L’année dernière à Marienbad, L’ánnee dernière à Solitude summarized the past year at Solitude. Various strategies, techniques and the glamour of the Resnais film were the points of departure for the experiment, which the artists realized in two phases.
 
brinnen
10. October 2006
Parallel to the publication of the new poetry collection brinnen by Anja Utler, which appeared in fall 2006 in the Edition Korrespondenzen, the Akademie Schloss Solitude published a very special poetry audio book under the same title: Anja Utler recites her poems herself, liberating the printed word from its paper prison.
 
The House That Herman Built
September 2006
The House That Herman Built project is an attempt to give a prisoner virtual freedom. Herman Joshua Wallace has spent the past 34 years of his life in solitary confinement in the Louisiana State Penitentiary in Angola, USA, one of the country’s largest prisons. Jackie Sumell has been in close postal correspondence with Wallace since April 2001. This publication is a documentation of the five-year correspondence consisting of hundreds of letters, drawings and photographs.
 
Winter Garden/Jardín de invierno
July 2006

The postcard book is Navarrete’s visual diary on his work at Solitude in the winter of 2004. Intended to be a visual trip for the reader, the individual cards can be folded out and sent.

 
Klopfzeichen. Leuchtfeuer. Rauchsignale. (Knocks. Beacons. Smoke Signals.)
July 2006

After the much-lauded premiere of the text "Klopfzeichen. Leuchtfeuer. Rauchsignale." (Knocks, beacons, smoke signals) in December 2003 at the Akademie Schloss Solitude, this audio piece was recorded a year and a half later with the same cast. In connection with music especially composed for the project, the recording plumbs the text’s depth with the necessary levity and skillfully inserted details. The listener follows the characters to where they send their signals – whether as calls to the wind on the top of a skyscraper or as a bomb in the center of power.

 
Yearbook 8
Was machen Sie dort am Schloss? (What is it that you do there in the castle?)
June 2006
 
Almost Architecture
2006

"Almost Architecture" is an amalgamation of architectural projects and political texts focusing on the impossibility to forge the future of space in post-communist country through classical architectural means and education. The book, in a form of essays about "contributions to globalisation" and speculative projects for "better future" of a community explores the vacuum of practice that is posed to the current generation of architects in Serbia today.

 
New Conventions of Behavior
January 2005
New Music provides soundscapes that surpass other genres by far in variation, density and timbre. This abundance of new timbres and gestures requires the listener to actively build an individual framework for the understanding of sounds.
 
Das Feld gegenüber
2005
 
Electric Friends
2005
 
Heaven711
2005
 
Hultsbruk Ready-Maids
2005
 
Actress (Work) in Progress
An Intellectual Striptease
2005
In 2004, the audience of Akademie Schloss Solitude was asked to choose between ten photographs of theatrical tableaux from not-yet-existing plays on the Internet; the sketch with the highest number of votes was made into a scene. The structure of the Actress (Work) in Progress theatre project is thus very simple. At the same time it is realized through several layers of performing, working with the audience, and conceptualization of theatre.
 
Volatile or Collapsed Space
2005
 
where work ends and mission begins
2005
 
Neue Freunde 2 – Zum aktuellen Stand von »art, science & business«
Papieroperationen – Der Schnitt in die Zeitung
July 2004
 
Yearbook 7
Akademie Schloss Solitude
2004
 
Was sind deine Reste
2004
 
Luftmusik
Über die Äolsharfe
2004
How does the Aeolian harp sound? Nathalie Wolff and Matthias Bumiller answer this question in a large-format, extraordinarily designed book. The pages become images that allow the sound of the harp to be heard.
 
speechific gravity (squar y replica)
2003
In his CD speechific gravity (squar y replica) Marco Preitschopf presents an overview of his sound work, which previously could only be temporarily perceived as installations within the context of an exhibition.