DIZZINESS — A Resource

Nothing Personal

'Nothing Personal' is a video that present two simultaneous views: one turning into the artist’s studio, and the other looking out from the studio to the corridor and entrance hall leading into it. The video opens with the artist lying on a bed in the middle of the studio, weakly calling the emergency medical service. Read More.
Share on Facebook, Tweet – Posted on 21.05.2019

The Second Medicine & Humanities Interdisciplinary Colloquium

Medicine and Humanities share a common research subject – humans. The basic and fundamental difference is the methodologies and research strategies applied, which could lead to similar or opposing conclusions. Read More.
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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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House of Austrian History

Ruth Anderwald and Leonhard Grond have accompanied the construction site of the museum for over a year and a half and have developed a photo and video series that addressed the transformation process. Read More.
Share on Facebook, Tweet – Posted on 21.07.2018

Balancing Togetherness

Recordings from the conference 'Balancing Togetherness' Read More.
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Creating Art: An Experience Sampling Study in the Domain of Moving Image Art

This study investigated work-related behaviors and feelings in the process of creating art. In a collaborative effort by creativity researchers and artistic researchers, we invited artists to create a short film or video for an international art competition and monitored them for 2 weeks while producing the artwork. Read More.
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Share on Facebook, Tweet – Posted on 20.05.2017

Agents of Confusion!

These are the recordings of our one-day symposium, that brought together artistic and cross-disciplinary research on dizziness, with speakers from the fields of philosophy, visual arts, creativity research, psychbiology, medicine, architecture and cultural studies in the form of screenings, artists’ talks, lectures and discussions. Read More.

Mapping Delirium
Part 2

The typically Western notion of “we’re taking drugs” just reflects the delusions of power with which we approach fellow beings that are superior to us. I don’t take drugs, the drugs take me with them. And it’s not my decision whether I am swept along by it or not, but I can decide what level of humility I display toward it. Read More.
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Translations of Taumel

The German expression Taumel derives from the Low German word düsig, dusel (to be dizzy) and is related to the German term Tor (fool), and the Indo-European dhwes (to breathe smoke). Read More.
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Mapping Delirium
Part 1

I see Taumeln - or “dizziness” - as having five dimensions: firstly there is the deliberately cultivated technique of Taumeln, or meandering, that the Socratic school practiced at the agora in Athens. Walking in a straight line leads to rigid thinking and getting stuck in tracks or a rut of some kind. Read More.
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Vertigo is a specific medical term used to describe the sensation of spinning without moving or having one’s surroundings spin about one. Read More.
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The Labyrinth of the Inner Ear

One can induce dizziness by engaging in dis­orientating activities such as spinning. Disequilibrium is the sensation of being off balance and is most often characterized by frequent falls in a specific direction. Read More.
Share on Facebook, Tweet – Posted on 03.10.2014