Grit Ruhland

Grit Ruhland received her degree 2005 in Fine Arts at Hochschule für Bildende Künste Dresden. Her artistic works bases on a conceptual approach and involves projects within Community Arts, Public Art, Sound Art and interaction with scientific institutes and topics. Keywords are cognition, space, technology, landscape and participation. Currently, she is PhD-candidate at Bauhaus University Weimar; researching the impacts of Uranium mining on the landscape of East-Germany.
http://www.grit-ruhland.de
Germany

Artwork:
Calling for the Others

Calling for the Others sound piece published

Calling for the Others sound piece published

Thank you for everyone who took part in two of the Calling for the Others sessions in Agrikultura. We had amazing times and calls. The sound piece is available in ... More Information
Anna Elwing joining Calling for the Others

Anna Elwing joining Calling for the Others

The first Calling for the Others workshop will take place on Wed 28.6. at 12-14.30. Welcome! There have been some changes in the plans: unfortunately our kulning expert Helle Thun ... More Information
Call to take part in an art work

Call to take part in an art work

Join the environmental-sound-project 'Calling on the Others' to learn kulning - traditional cattle calling. Also we'll learn other ways to connect with our bodies, minds and voice to the surrounding ... More Information
Calling callers

Calling callers

Calling for the Others is looking for a person(s) who does cattle calling, traditional kulning. Would you like to share your kulning experience and guide the participants of the Calling ... More Information