Artist and poet Sal Taylor Kydd announces the release of Yesterday, a limited edition artist book produced in conjunction with Datz Press, that explores the feelings of isolation and dislocation brought on by the pandemic (more…)
Since its foundation in 2002, the Julia Stoschek Collection is devoted to collecting, conserving, and presenting time-based art. It fosters intellectual independence and strives to reflect and envision the dynamic world we live in. It is therefore both a privilege and a responsibility to produce exhibitions, public programs, and publications that present a multitude of perspectives and voices, reflecting the diversity and dynamism of the social, cultural, and technological changes of our time. Furthermore, the Julia Stoschek Collection is committed to sustaining the special character and values of this institution, saving them for future generations.
Works in the collection span video, film, single and multi channel moving image installation, multimedia environments, performance, sound, and virtual reality. Photography, sculpture, and painting supplement its time-based emphasis. Characterized by an ever-growing technological convergence and an interdisciplinary approach, the collection is unique in its heterogeneity.