FutureEverything returns this March, with a two day conference, world premières of participatory artworks, and a city-wide programme of innovative live music. Taking the theme of ‘Tools for Unknown Futures’, the festival will explore how we can collaborate on new tools, devices and systems to imagine, question and shape the world ahead.
From November 21 to 23, MUTEK is back on the scene in Montréal with the very first edition of MUTEK_IMG, in partnership with Phi Centre! For a few years now, MUTEK has been dreaming of developing an autumnal event that would rally both artists and professionals working in the digital creation milieu, providing them with a platform to network, exchange ideas, and inspire new perspectives and projects
MUTEK.MX repeats the MUTEK_LAB experience, launched in Montreal in 2012: it will feature an international symposium on creativity and innovation in the public space
Awarded by Deutschlandradio Kultur/Klangkunst, Goethe-Institut, ICAS – International Cities for Advanced Sound, ECAS – European Cities for Advanced Sound, and CTM festival, the “Ubiquitous Art and Sound” Open Call for works sought unusual ideas for pairing the specific artistic possibilities of radio with the potentials of live performance or installation, that also explores the omnipresence of sound in our everyday lives
New Call for Proposal awarded by Deutschlandradio Kultur / Klangkunst / ICAS / ECAS / CTM Festival / Goethe Institut
The call for proposals is open to artists in experimental music, sound art, new radio drama, and performance fields. We seek unusual ideas for coupling the specific artistic possibilities of radio with the potentials of live performance or installation. The commissioned work will be presented both as a Deutschlandradio Kultur broadcast and as a performance or installation at CTM Festival [&hellip
MUTEK.MX will celebrate its 10th Anniversary edition this year. The first list of confirmations includes Amon Tobin ISAM 2.0, The Brandt Brauer Frick Ensemble, Matmos, Mount Kimbie, Kode 9, Diamond Version, Actress, James Holden, Ikonika, Dj Rashad, Machinedrum Vapor City Live, Falty DL, JETS and more to be announced in the following weeks. www.mutek.mx http://www.residentadvisor.net/news.aspx?id
Leading up to the annual Krakow festival in October, Unsound is headed to London for a special edition between 26-29 September. The programme has been produced in association with the Polish Cultural Institute in London, Unsound Productions and Fundacja Tone. It spans events at the BFI Southbank, Barbican Centre and Dalston’s Café Oto, along with a night presented with BleeD. [&hellip
ECAS CO-COMMISSION “THE ENCLAVE” OPENED AT VENICE BIENNALE ON 1 JUNE. LATER TO BE PRESENTED AT UNSOUND 2013 RICHARD MOSSE is presenting “THE ENCLAVE” at the Venice Biennale, as part of the Irish Pavillion. This major new multi-media installation was co-commissioned by ECAS festivals Unsound, CTM, Skanu Mezs and Musikprotokoll, and was a winner of a 2012 ECAS call for [&hellip
The European Cities of Advanced Sound network (ECAS) is commissioning 1 work in 2013, under the theme ‘Ubiquitous Art and Sound – Art and the everyday’ within the project Networking Tomorrow’s Art For an Unknown Future. The following project was chosen on May 15, 2013 in Kiev, Ukraine, during the ECAS Partners’ Meeting, is: “BUQS – Ubiquitous Electronic Lifeforms” from [&hellip
This year’s CTM Festival was digging deep in the (over-) abundance of contemporary music production. Tonights show will give a short rearview.
Exhibition Venue: Kunstraum Kreuzberg/Bethanien, Mariannenplatz 2, 10999 Berlin Vernissage: 25.01.2013, 19h Running Time: 26.1-24.2.2013 Opening Times: during CTM-Festival: 26.1.-3.2.13 Mon-Sun 12-22h all other days: 12-19h, daily www.ctm-festival.de www.kunstraumkreuzberg.de An exhibition project by „DISK – Initiative Bild & Ton“ realised with the support of the European Union Programme Kultur in the framework of the project ECAS – Networking Tomorrow’s Art for [&hellip
Running 28.1. – 3.2.2013, CTM – Festival for Adventurous Music and Arts takes over some of Berlin’s most exciting cultural and nightlife venues including the HAU, Berghain, Stattbad, Kunstquartier Bethanien, and the Funkhaus Nalepastrasse, home of the DDR National Broadcasting Corporation until 1990. With an extensive programme of concerts, club nights, screenings, talks, and workshops, as well as an exhibition, CTM has appropriated the theme The Golden Age for its 14th [&hellip