DIZZINESS — A Resource

HASENHERZ
Practicing the Compossible Space

The theory of the compossible space is set into action in the artistic practice ‘HASENHERZ or the Pleasures of the Moving Image and Word’. ‘HASENHERZ’ is both a work of art and an instrument for examining artworks. Read More.

Glimpses of ‘Between Images’

'Between Images – Contemporary, artistic perspectives on post-war society' at Brücke-Museum, Berlin Read More.
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Hippocampus

1564 the famous Italian anatomist and surgeon Julius Caesar Aranzi discovered a small structure when dissecting a human brain. He named it hippocampus, because its form reminded him of that of a sea horse. Read More.
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A Short Note on Kierkegaard and Dizziness

Anxiety is altogether different from fear and similar concepts that refer to something definite, whereas anxiety is freedom’s actuality as the possibility of possibility. Anxiety may be compared with dizziness. Read More.
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Filming in Tomar

Filming Manueline Architecture in Protugal: The Manueline architectural style tried to incorporate all the discoveries of the new worlds of that time and within it all the unknown as well. Read More.
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Dizziness Is My Name
Soundtrack

This is a fragment of the soundtrack that will accompany our film "Dizziness Is My Name". Read More.
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Ruth Anderwald
Leonhard Grond
Compost is

nature’s best mulches and soil. Read More.
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Winner of the Art Competition
‘Living in a Dizzying World’

The Main Award is inclusion of the artwork in an international group exhibition at Kunsthaus Graz. Read More.

Glimpses of ‘Navigating the Unknown’

Photos of 'Navigating the Unknown – Fears and Pleasures of Dizziness' at CCA-Tel Aviv Read More.
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Mathias Benedek, Emanuel Jauk & Kevin Kerschenbauer
Interim Report on
‘Living in a Dizzying World’

A central goal of the artistic research project ‘Dizziness–A Resource’ is to gain a better understanding of the role of dizziness in the artistic process. As one approach towards this goal, Ruth Anderwald + Leonhard Grond teamed up with psychologists from the University of Graz to conduct an empirical investigation. Read More.
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Syntagm and Paradigm

These two dimensions are often presented as 'axes', where the horizontal axis is the syntagmatic and the vertical axis is the paradigmatic. Read More.
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Le sas (French)

Sluice chamber or a “space in between” (where things become compossible and ambiguous). It’s an “interzone”. Read More.
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Affects and Percepts

The artist creates blocs of percepts and affects, but the only law of creation is that the compound must stand up on its own. Read More.
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‘Resource’ and its Etymology

This etymological kinship with water seems to be another hint to the watery depths through which we have to make our “way”, our “poros”, when we experience dizziness. Read More.
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Observation 10

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Observation 9

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Communitas

The community isn't a mode of being, much less a ‘making’ of the individual subject. Read More.
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Ambiguity

From ambigō ("wander; waver, hesitate") Read More.
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Observation 8

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Position and Momentum in Quantum Theory

In quantum mechanics, momentum is defined as an operator on the wave function. The Heisenberg uncertainty principle defines limits on how accurately the momentum and position of a single observable system can be known at once. Read More.
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