Interview with Adele Röder and Kerstin Brätsch
In the interview, which Patrizia Dander conducted with the artists, Kerstin Brätsch spoke about her Mylar paintings, as well as the role of physicality and the inclusion of the viewer in her work. Adele Röder, in contrast, discussed the role that the ephemeral and immateriality play in her digital designs and why she often chooses to use fabrics.
Stretch your view
Stretch your view
Interview: Abraham Cruzvillegas und Haegue Yang
Interview between Haegue Yang and Abraham Cruzvillegs, published in Bomb Magazin in summer 2013. MORE
Interview with Tilo Schulz
In an interview with C-Print, Tilo Schulz talks about his work for Haus der Kunst's first capsule exhibition, his artistic approach, and the importance of methods and intuition. MORE
On the Aesthetic and Political Language of Art
On the Aesthetic and Political Language of Art: A Conversation between Kendell Geers and William Kentridge, moderated by Okwui Enwezor, director of Haus der Kunst MORE
Diedrich Diederichsen: Genial Dilletantes – "When no-skill was productive"
An interview with Diedrich Diederichsen about creative dilettantism in the 1980s. A panel discussion with Diederichsen will take place on 20.7 at 7 pm in Haus der Kunst as part of the "Genial Dilletantes" exhibition. MORE
Dan Fox: Aspiring to the Condition of Cheap Music
In an in-depth interview, Dan Fox and Mark Leckey discuss the artist's early works. MORE
Sir Sidney Kentridge
An interview with the renowned antiapartheid activist lawyer Sir Sydney Kentridge. He played a leading role in a number of the most significant political trials in apartheid era, including the 1977 inquest of Stephen Biko following his death in custody, was a member of Nelson Mandela's legal team during his 27-year imprisonment, and helped erode the legacy of apartheid laws in South Africa. MORE
"It's interesting to be unsure"
On the occasion of the Deutsche Bank Collection's purchase of a selection of Lorna Simpson's work, Cheryl Kaplan met with Simpson for an interview in New York. MORE
Rise and Fall of Apartheid: Interview with Peter Magubane
Interview with Peter Magubane, one of South Africa’s most distinguished photo journalists. MORE
Capsule 03 + 04 / Exhibition film
The six-minute film provides insight into the work of the Ghanaian-British painter Lynette Yiadom-Boakye and the Dresden-based installation artist Adele Röder. MORE
Interview with Stan Douglas
In an interview for "Mousse" magazine, Stan Douglas spoke about his recent photographic works and the "Circa 1948" app. MORE