July 1, 2022

Summer Festival »Hidden Traces«

Date: July 1, 2022, 16:00 Uhr

Duration: July 1, 2022

Location: Akademie Schloss Solitude

Info:

Friday, July 1, 2022, 5 to 11 pm
Entry starts at 4.30 pm

Free admission

 

 

Design: Stegmeyer Fischer Creative Studio

The actions of humans have interfered massively with the biological and geological processes of Planet Earth. Sophisticated technologies have ensured that the impact of these human activities on ecological and social systems has reached global proportions, with the interconnections of technology, politics and ecology revealed radically in this context. Moreover, these processes and systems continue to bear the stamp of colonialism to this day.

Akademie Schloss Solitude fellows will be scouting out new potential for artistic action at this year’s Summer Festival. Where and how are (inter)dependencies revealed in the man-made era? What is the significance of artistic action for social, political and ecological spaces?

A diverse community of people of different origins, the Akademie invites the audience to a varied program of performances, video installations, readings, concerts, workshops and (collective) exhibitions.

We look forward to seeing you at the Festival.

The program will be published here shortly.

PROGRAM

4–5 PM &
6:30–7:30 PM

Public guided tour through the exhibitions

Registration desk/Entry West to the courtyard
Max. participants: 15 persons

4:30–10:45 PM

Entry and registration

Entry West to the courtyard

4:30–11 PM

DJ Firat Yildiz

Courtyard

5 PM

Opening ceremony

Welcome address by Dr. Claudia Rose, Head of the arts department of the Ministry for Research, Science and the Arts of Baden-Württemberg and Elke aus dem Moore, director of Akademie Schloss Solitude

Courtyard

5–9:15 PM

Santiago Mostyn
Happy’s House

Multichannel video installation

Castle arcades

5–11 PM

Art School Now ℅ Tanya Villanueva
ArtSchool Salon’s HOLDING HANDS

Performative activity
Marija Vicente, Gail Vicente, Tanya Villanueva (video)
From 6:30–7:30 PM and 10–11 PM

Studio 3, ground floor

Please register at the registration desk/entry West to the courtyard

5:15–5:45 pm

Welcome soup

Ukrainian Borschtsch prepared by the current fellows Uliana Bychenkova, Anna Scherbyna, Maryna Smilianets, Luda Tymoshenko and Roman

Courtyard

5:30–6 PM

Artistic welcome speech
by Luda Tymoshenko and Najwa Sadi Juma

Courtyard

6–6:30 PM

Maryna Smilianets & Luda Tymoshenko
The Cat Refugees / Katzen auf der Flucht
A cat therapy for children and adults

Scenic reading in German
With Gabriele Hintermaier, Josephine Köhler, Sylvana Krappatsch und Valentin Richter

A cooperation with Schauspiel Stuttgart

Guibal-Saal

5:15–7:30 PM

Omar Vega
HDC Study #1: The Forest of Nameless Things

Tour through the forest with Omar Vega
(in English)

Meeting point: registration desk/entry

Max. participants: 12 persons

6:45–7:15 PM

Najwa Sadi Juma
Phoenix Reveal

Reading (in English)

Guibal-Saal

7:30–9 PM

Omar Vega
HDC #1: The Forest of Nameless Things

Workshop (in English)

Cafeteria, basement

8–8:45 PM

Kiraṇ Kumār
Epistolary Ancestries

Essay-Performance (in English)

Guibal-Saal

8:45–9:15 PM

Keith Vries
The Story of a Forgotten Genocide

Poetry Performance

Courtyard

9:15–9:30 PM

leo
in practice: i put a spell on you

Vocal Performance

Castle arcades

9:30–10 PM

Judith Hamann
Studies

Musical performance

Castle arcades

10:15–22:35 PM

Abdessamad El Montassir
Galb’Echaouf

Screening

Guibal-Saal

10:45–11 PM

Marlies Pöschl
Simple Whistles

Screening

Guibal-Saal

End: 11 PM

EXHIBITIONS

Ramy Al-Asheq
Zurückbleiben

Installation/Publication

Atelier 15, ground floor

Cammisa Buerhaus
Bloodier Mary

Installation

Oberer Hirschgang, ground floor

Camila de Caux & Eric Macedo
citter | forest

Photos, installations and audio
Curated by Carlos Monroy

Barn

Sonia Mehra Chawla
Evolutionary Potential

Video, photography and installation

Kabinett, ground floor

Abdessamad El Montassir
Galb’Echaouf

Video

Atelier 15, ground floor

erre erre
curse all fences

Installation

Flag poles and facade

This work is part of a three-part series titled »a f*cking heavy head«. It is on view until August 13 at the Off space Wunderkammer, Badstraße 32, Bad Cannstatt.

erre erre
god is great but the jungle is bigger

Installation

Oberer Hirschgang, ground floor

This work is part of a three-part series titled »a f*cking heavy head«. It is on view until August 13 at the Off space Wunderkammer, Badstraße 32, Bad Cannstatt.

HuM-Collective
On Drawing Open Circles

Installation

Cafeteria, basement

Chantal Magano Kambrude
WE ALL BLEED R.E.D. (Remembering Every Drop)

Textiles & sound

Foyer, first floor

Sebastian Klawiter
Stücke aus der Stadt, freilegen.

Video, interview, installation

Oberer Hirschgang, ground floor

Funded by the Cultural Office of the City of Stuttgart and Akademie Schloss Solitude; Cooperation partners: Kleo Madsack (restaurator), Matter.Of and Julien Hahn (graphic design), Martin Mannweiler (film); Excavation team: Jim Benjamin Wolff, Carolin Lahode, Sara Sutter; Music: Mark Lorenz Kysela

The Tricontinental Secret Garden
the kitchen table is a garden

Installation

Communal kitchen, first floor

Sofia Lomba
inside out

Installation

Oberer Hirschgang, ground floor

Florian Model
The Urgency Is Fake

Video

Atelier 15, ground floor

Santiago Mostyn
Altarpiece

Video

Atelier 15, ground floor

Mukenge/Schellhammer and the team of Laboratoire Kontempo (Jean Kamba, Prisca Tankwey, Paulvi Ngimbi, Cedrick Tshimbalanga)
Kinzonzi by Laboratoire Kontempo

Documentary

Atelier 15, ground floor

Marlies Pöschl
Simple Whistles

Video

Atelier 15, ground floor

Anike Joyce Sadiq
Visited by a Tiger

Video

Studio 6, ground floor

Anike Joyce Sadiq
Visited by a Tiger

Flags accompanying the exhibition Mit Glück hat es nichts zu tun at Künstlerhaus Stuttgart in cooperation with Akademie Schloss Solitude and the Kunstmuseum Stuttgart

Flag poles, House 3

Ofili Ebube Sett
Yeva Meets Hansel and Gretel

Augmented Reality Mobile Gaming App

Herman’s Library, ground floor

Luda Tymoshenko
Anxiety

Illustration

Studio 4, ground floor

Luda Tymoshenko & Anna Scherbyna
Not a Cherry Orchard

Audiovisual installation

Lower Foyer of Schauspielhaus Stuttgart, Oberer Schlossgarten 6, 70173 Stuttgart

The exhibition Not a Cherry Orchard will be on view from July 2022 at the Schauspiel Stuttgart. The installation is a cooperation between the Schauspiel Stuttgart and Akademie Schloss Solitude.

Omar Vega
HDC Study #1: The Forest of Nameless Things

Installation

Forest

Aline Xavier Mineiro
Jequi

Photography, installation

Barn, Oberer Hirschgang

MUSIC

DJ Firat Yildiz

4:30–5 PM
6–8 PM
9:15–10 PM

Courtyard