Performance of heart tone concert in St. Gallen at a semi private event with invited guests
15 - 26 June 2022
Festival Cultures Urbaines Roubaix
stöckerselig have been working with heart sounds for three decades, creating site-specific installations. The interest in this work has never been so great as right now! Do the past months show us how fragile the balance between nature, culture and progress is? Is it because of the new sensitivity to the vulnerability of our systems? Are we moving closer to the question of what we can do and shape as individuals and what we can do with collective power?
For the Roubaix project, stöckerselig are entering into an interdisciplinary collaboration with Basel-based percussionist and composer Fritz Hauser. The artists collect heart sounds from innovative people and create an auditory work together with Fritz Hauser. They bring together heart sounds from people from different fields of work and different living spaces, with the aim of making it possible to experience sensually how each individual is part of our shared reality.
Link to the heart sound donors
Too much of a good thing. Art and abundance.
Do you also always want to have the most beautiful, the most expensive and the most valuable?
The Kunsthalle 8000 in Wädenswil shows under the title "The Punishment Of Luxury" eleven artistic positions in different media, from panel painting to spatial works and photography to video installation, with which the thematic field of luxury and punishment is illuminated from the most diverse angles.
Watch out :))
stöckerselig is visiting the Hiltibold in St.Gallen with the art mafia.
HILTIBOLD / Plattform für aktuelle Kunst, Stützmauer an der Magnihalde / Goliathgasse 15 / 9000 St.Gallen / hiltibold.ch
July 3, 2021
Without us no art!
Because we are the humus on which the lighthouses sprout.
Reclaim Cultural Surplus No. 2, Basel
Demo for the concerns of art
Not only since the Covid-19 crisis the conditions for art production and presentation are precarious. It is time to join forces and manifest better conditions for the free art scene.