SENN, Herzog & de Meuron and ZPF engineers are jointly developing an office building with around 10,000 m2 of floor space for environmentally conscious (tech) companies. The “House of Research, Technology, Utopia and Sustainability” sets a new standard for sustainability.
KARA WALKER. A BLACK HOLE IS EVERYTHING A STAR LONGS TO BE.
For the first time ever, Kara Walker presents more than 600 works in her personal archive from the past 28 years: sketches, collages, newspaper clippings, and handwritten entries such as index cards, dream recordings, and intimate notes.
Werner Herzog’s workshop in Cuba back in 2017 was the context in which Adrian Kelterborn’s short came into being. In response to the decrease of theater attendance, the Cuban soprano singer Maria Dolores Garcia performs a song on the highly crowded Wi-Fi plaza in her home town.
The „Léman Express“ railway network was inaugurated at the end of 2019. Being the biggest transnational suburban train network in Europe, it connects France and Switzerland. Its core piece “CEVA” runs between Geneva and Annemasse via five new train stations designed by star architect Jean Nouvel, which are introduced in this film.
Magnum photographer Chien-chi Chang’s mother was born into a poverty-stricken mountainous region in Taiwan in 1938. Deprived of any proper education she lacked awareness of important historical events taking place in and outside of Taiwan. This Film depicts her perspective on life in Taiwan during the second part of the 20th century. It was premiered at Art Basel Hong Kong.
"Libyan Sugar" is a documentation of Michael Christopher Brown’s journey through the course of the Libyan revolution. A thrilling video diary based exclusively on personal iPhone recordings which initially never were meant to be published.
Made for King Juan II of Castile & Leon and perhaps owned by Isabella of Spain, this royal manuscript depicts a world map from just before the Age of Discovery. It is classified as an illuminated manuscript on vellum made in Castille, Spain, c. 1425.
A one-take audio visual documentation of a performative sound-space composition, created by students. Combining their knowledge from various artistic courses of studies, they were able to create an unusual installation which was exhibited at the Zeiträume Festival in Basel.
"Streaming Nation" is a video installation showcasing the split in modern Russian society, which is made from privately recorded and streamed videos replacing the official media narrative. The project shows an intriguing perspective on the Russian presidential elections in 2012.