Since 1989 Dr. phil. Serafine Lindemann, curator and initiator of the art platform artcircolo, is creating projects in international and experimental art, dialogue and exhibition programs, predominantly focusing on the issues water, ressources, cultural identities and social processes of change.

A key aspect of her work is the development of concepts and intercultural projects involving experts from art and culture, science and environment, technology and economy- realised for instance in China, Eritrea, Russia, Cuba and Europe.

Excellent references are the cultural festival Im Zentrum in the Altvater region (CZ) and the event series overtures, presented at many important international art festivals like the Ars Electronica in Linz (AT), Transmediale in Berlin (DE), the Venice (IT) and Havana (CU) biennials.

In 2009 Serafine Lindemann founded the association pilotraum01 together with experts in technology and communication, industrial design and glacier research, art and biology. She is co-responsible for the association’s arts and cultural programme.

PUBLICATIONS (German)

Doppelt gefragt.
Conversations on German-Czech Neighbourhood relationships

⇒ Interview with Serafine Lindemann by
Dr. Wolfgang Schwarz, Adalbert-Stifter-Association, June 2020

Was hören wir wenn es still ist
Handeln abseits des Mainstreams.
What we hear when it it is quiet.
Off-mainstream acting.
Essay von Serafine Lindemann
⇒ Aviso 2017 pdf

Dem Gletscher beim Sterben lauschen.
Listen to the glacier dying.
Münchner Feuilleton, 2017 pdf

Wasser ist schlau
Ein Paradigma für künstlerische Strategien, gesellschaftlichen Wandel und kulturelle Identitäten.
Water is smart. An art strategy paradigm for social change and cultural identity.

⇒ Aviso 2013 pdf

Representing, Performing and Mitigating Climate Change in Contemporary Art Practice
Gabriella Giannachi, University of Exeter
Leonardo, 2012/2016 pdf

Weimarer Visionen 2013 | Dr. Serafine Lindemann gets the Amalia-Award for New Thinking in Culture

 

⇒ Poster


Soundspace Fog - A sound art project by Kalle Aldis Laar

In October 2018 the world largest project for obtaining drinking water by fog-harvesting was installed in the Anti-Atls mountains of southern Morocco. By 2019, the CloudFisher nets on Mount Boutmezguida provide 19 villages with drinking water.

In close collaboration with CloudFisher, sound artist Kalle Aldis Laar constructed a sounding body merging both aesthetically and functionally with the framework of the fog nets, operated by wind and weather.

In late 2019 Laar returned to Morocco to expand the Soundscape Fog installation and to collaborate with Moroccan musicians and international artists to celebrate the fog project in a unique ⇒ performance in Agadir.

Current Projects & Concepts

ReStART: Dreams and Spaces,
Places and Walks

program ⇒ website
program ⇒ pdf

From July 2-25 2021 you can visit an exhibition with works by German and Czech artists, located on the grounds of the historic Woox factory in der county town of Jesenik/Freiwaldau (Czech Republic). 

The two hiking tours v centru trasa led by the artists duo GAEG in collaboration with Czech writer Katerina Tucková can be followed in real-time on July 2nd and 3rd at
vcentrutrasa.gaeg.net




Interview with Dr. Serafine Lindeman,
cofounder of the german-czech festival "Im Zentrum"

Dialogue partner: Dipl. Des. Lenka Holíková, director of the cutural centre Kulturní Centrum Řehlovice (Groß-Tschochau)

 

Former Events