Living in a Dizzying World

Written by Sonja Mattes on . Posted in Drifting, Events

Art Competition and Survey

living in a dizzying worldImage: Creative Routines by RJ Andrews

The Art Competition and Survey Living in a Dizzying World is an interdisciplinary cooperation of the Department of Differential Psychology, Karl-Franzens-University Graz, the artistic research project Dizziness – A Ressource, Academy of Fine Arts Vienna, and Kunsthaus Graz which is aimed to artists and students from the moving image art or time based media art field.

While the project shall bring the artists and scientists an closer understanding of the artistic process, attendees can hope for an award in terms of participation in an group exhibition, which takes place at Kunsthaus Graz in spring 2017.

Call for partcipation ends on 14th January 2016, midnight, MET.

Traces of Memento

Written by Maximiliane Schneider on . Posted in Drifting, Seen Beyond, Topography of Memory

Artist in Residence from Germany in the Footsteps of a Forgotten Time in Istanbul

Walking through the streets of Istanbul with artist Gisela Gräning gives an interesting insight into her workflow. Although the city tour feels a bit like a sally, it’s obvious that Gräning has an eye for details in architecture and their socio-political implementations. She doesn’t stop walking while examining the scene and taking the shot: her gathering of material seems to happen casually, in between two steps and a couple of glances. But those presumptively fleeting moments turn out to be based on a well thought-out idea – and result in a set of pictures that has some stories to tell.


Gisela Gräning was born 1951 in the north German city Kiel. For the last 16 years she’s been living in Eichwalde, close to Berlin, but currently changed her main dwelling place to Istanbul. As in case of Beret Hamann, she does her stay in the frame of an artist in residence program in Istanbul. It is financed by the state ministery for Science, Research and Culture of Brandenburg and initiated by Brandenburg’s Association of Fine Artists BVBK andwill allow her to fulfil a project she’s working on for a longer time period.

Spoils: Extraordinary Harvest

Written by Thomas Büsch on . Posted in All Posts, Drifting


An aging brooklyn artist, his young assistant, and blind friend arrive by rusted retro car; a Puerto Rican woman and her teenage grandson arrive on foot, lead by a rattling grocery cart; a hyperactive twenty-something and his stoned companion leave a Bushwick loft to navigate the subway. Familiar faces and converging philosophies meet to take what others deem unworthy of consumption. The reward of a free and delicious discovery activates a ritual adventure–a night of extraordinary harvest.

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