In the context of the virtual residency program 2020, this showcase presents contributions and works by Schloss Wiepersdorf fellows. In addition, lectures by invited speakers will be made available to a larger audience.

Phillip Zach, Double Mouthed, 2019 (film still)

Visual artist Phillip Zach in conversation with curator Maurin Dietrich about his work, underlying themes and interests, and his current project.

As part of the Virtual Residency Program 2020, composer and music theorist Adrian Kleinlosen talked with composer Karin Wetzel about the phenomenon of 'polytemporality' in music.

Pauline Stopp, Sun always shines in Corona Times, 2020

Visual artist Pauline Stopp presents her work here in the digital showcase; accompanied by a text by Peter Funken.

Wiepersdorf fellow and art historian Tobias Teutenberg invites us to reflect together on a new meta-discipline: "Historical Perceptology". His text deals with the historical foundations of the meta-discipline in the European intellectual history of modern times, describes possible areas of application and ensures operable methods. Above all, the question of the current relevance of historical perceptology and its contribution to a better understanding of current regimes of perception is raised.

Phillip Zach, Zero-G, 2019

Art historian and curator Julia Mullié spoke with visual artist Phillip Zach about his work.

In the framework of the Virtual Residency Program 2020, multi-artist Tatiana Gerasimenok composed an interview with 25 questions and answers about her artistic visions, telepathy, ritual of sacrifice, art of the future, and her new projects.

Jan Snela explores the haiku as a literary site of an "autre mondialisation" and as a suitable medium for writing in times of climate change. A lecture in German language.

A conversation between Hagen Verleger and Jan Wenzel about the socio-political dimension of bookmaking and publishing as a political and artistic practice.

In his podcast Adrian Kleinlosen reflects on composing with structures in the 21st century. In German.

Suki Kim, journalist and Schloss Wiepersdorf fellow 2020, and Christian Mihr, Reporters Without Borders, talk about the crisis of global press freedom.