NO TIME. (2011-2012)
NOTHING. Nothing is more beautiful! (2012-2013)
The Perfectness and th Defect. (2013-2014)
Augustina träumt - in progressius (2014-2016)
Reflection and Appearance, a Relation-Position Project (2017-2019)
11 years of arT and impulsE at G.A.S-station Berlin
+ Between freedom and dictatorship | the wall (2019-2020)
ART is DeaD ∞ (2021)
Archive II current impulses and POST:Bot:In (2022)
x|y|z:SPACEPROJECT for fine art und new media (2023)
11th international, interdisciplinary and topic centred exhibition project 2023
Cell in SHAPE and the GHOST in the Shell
positions out of art and literature
We are happy to announce the open call for 2023 and we kindly invite you to participate.
Cell in SHAPE and the GHOST in the Shell – positions out of art and literature.
The cell is seen as a self-contained unit that communicates with the outside world; its complex structures, such as the human body or a state, are composed of it. Questions about demarcation and connectedness, specialisation and communication, as well as dependencies, spiral open like a peacock's wheel. The diversity and beauty of the forms of matter in nature and in artistic creation are wide.
On the other hand, the call is addressed to the body-mind discourse of philosophy, unresolved for years. The title of the project "Cell in Shape and the Ghost in the Shell" opens up body-centred aspects and in turn, it evokes themes around Artificial Intelligence and its social implications that are topical today. Views on body and mind/soul have an effect on each other, culturally in society as well as in dealing with matter and the environment.
The work should be based around one of the main themes (body-centred aspects/ cell as unity and multiplicity/ body-mind/ artificial intelligence).
Deadline: 5th April 2023 (closed)
Thank you very much for your lovely interest!
All submitters should have received a notification of their submission.
More information will follow.
Elisa Asenbaum&Thomas Maximilian Stuck
Berlin: Thomas STUCK, Fon: 0049 (0)30 25 966 036 Mov: 0160 995 78 158
Vienna: Elisa ASENBAUM, Fon: 0043 1 533 56 77