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Reenactment in Istanbul of Mieko Shiomi's work event for the late afternoon performed in Okayama, Japan, 1964. (http://www.moma.org)
It is fear – not anxiety – that makes me dizzy these days.
In a public conversation, the artist Jonathan Horowitz and the photographer Wolfgang Tillmans will share insights on their artistic and curatorial work. Starting from Horowitz’ exhibition We Fight to Build a Free World! at the Jewish Museum in New York, they will investigate the potential art offers to fight racism and anti-Semitism.
This etymological kinship with water seems to be another hint to the watery depths through which we have to make our “way”, our “poros”, when we experience dizziness.
“As agents of confusion you precede the agents of change”, claims the hermaphrodite being ‘Dizziness’ in Ruth Anderwald + Leonhard Grond’s film.
Dizziness, Anxiety, and Climate Action. Reflecting the Possibilities of Artistic Research from the Viewpoint of the Compossible Space.
The photo installation “Horizon in Motion” by Anderwald + Grond on the glass façade of the CCA, Congress Centre Alpbach plays with the figur of Atlas.