What does isolation really mean? In which circumstances does it appear and in what places do we find it? What different sorts of isolation are there and what are other terms and conditions that come with it? Where can we find isolation in religion, politics, and history? How has it been portrayed in the arts in the past and how can we respond to it creatively? Let’s look at isolation from different angles and explore it as a term and concept while due to the outbreak of the coronavirus, we have no choice but becoming familiar with its conditions.
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‘Collective Isolation’ is a project of the non-profit collective KAPiTAL and seeks to create connection and community through art.
Art has always been a tool of reflection and confrontation, becoming even more relevant in the light of the current precarious events. The extraordinary conditions resulting from the COVID-19 pandemic call for a strong response in the arts and require innovative and alternative concepts in the cultural sector. ‘Collective Isolation’ provides a platform for a creative research of the term and concept of isolation.
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