DIZZINESS — A Resource

Dizziness—A Resource
The Reader

Indeed, dizziness is more than feeling dizzy. Contributions by artists, researchers from experimental sciences as well as cultural studies, and philosophers trace dizziness not only as a phenomenon of physiological, emotional, and cognitive processes but highlight the transversal nature of the phenomenon. Read More.

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.
Share on Facebook, Tweet – Posted on 20.05.2019

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

Things you didn’t know about balance

This workshop will elucidate how dizziness breaks up the given, be it habits, beliefs, preconceptions or patterns, creating space and dynamics between established categories and perceived oppositions. In this sense dizziness provides power and dynamics to restructure, to rethink, to redesign the given. Read More.

Ruth Anderwald
Der Taumel –
eine Ressource?

Lecture by Ruth Anderwald at ‘Meran 20:17, Zukunftslabor der Jugendarbeit’ Read More.
Share on Facebook, Tweet – Posted on 20.01.2018

Agents of Confusion!
Recordings

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.

Maya Shmailov
The Personality and Motivation
of a Dizzy Creator

But what characterizes these people who defy norms, who disregard conventional boundaries, institutionalized norms, and accepted reward and evaluation systems – people who, in fact, not only view conventional boundaries as ridiculous but do not see boundaries to start with? Read More.
Share on Facebook, Tweet – Posted on 27.11.2016

Matti Mintz
It’s all in your
… ear.

Lecture by Matti Mintz at ‘Navigating the Unknown – Fears and Pleasures of Dizziness‘. Read More.
Share on Facebook, Tweet – Posted on 21.09.2016

Maya Shmailov
Personalities of
Boundary Crossers

Lecture by Maya Shmailov at ‘Navigating the Unknown – Fears and Pleasures of Dizziness‘. Read More.
Share on Facebook, Tweet – Posted on 06.09.2016

To create or to recall?

The article “To create or to recall? Neural mechanisms underlying the generation of creative new ideas” shows the results of a study on general, creative idea generation by Mathias Benedek, Emanuel Jauk, Andreas Fink, Karl Koschutnig, Gernot Reishofer, Franz Ebner and Aljoscha C. Neubauer. They investigated brain activation during creative idea generation using a novel approach allowing spontaneous self-paced generation and expression of ideas. Read More.
Share on Facebook, Tweet – Posted on 01.10.2014