Solo Show is an interface for offsite exhibitions and independent creative work, initiated by Torre Alain and Ian Bruner

The collaborative project space ‘soft power’ encourages constructive, oppositional, and fluid discourses through art

Ula Lucińska and Michał Knychaus from Inside Job on how they combine ancient aesthetics and contemporary art in their recent exhibition ‘Breathing in the Shallows’

Lisa Ertel and Jannis Zell’s work creates a dialogue between nature and culture turning everyday objects, materials, and findings into art

Exploring the “Genius Loci” of an old monastery: Ten designers form a temporary collective to embark on a journey of self-reflection, creative exchange, and learning

The exhibition ‘Reality Kings’ by Willehad Eilers and Philip Mueller sheds light on the ignorance, beauty, and wastefulness of society

C24 Archive One – Book about Collaborations

Laila Saber Rodriguez and Andrea Galano Toro on the research-driven practice and raw, visual language of their collective Cruda

NEW DAWN | Tools to Touch in Times Ahead envisions a speculative future around one central object: the glove

Panama Papers Office on their collaboration with artist Timur Si-Qin for his Solo-Show “Take Me, I Love You” and the meaning of spirituality for the 21st century

Anna Zimmermann and Nadja Zerunian take a different approach to address the effects of lockdown and self-isolation in ‘Souvenirs of Loneliness’

Gabriel Massan talks us through the process of curating Alteamento, a virtual group exhibition featuring the work of 22 international artists

The collaboration between Aleksandrs Breže and Andris Eglītis blurs the line between nature and technology

The 3D Artwork “Acceleration Waltz” by James Jirat Patradoon and Jonathan Watkins feels like a dream state

Cindy Kutíková and Jiri Mocek on their type-led approach and launching a studio in the future

Trust, respect, and one love at the core of each collaboration

At the intersection of art and design