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
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
Meike Jansen und Oliver Baurhernn geben eine exclusive Vorschau auf das kommende CTM Festival 28. Januar- 3. Februar 2013.
Review POP-UP & ICAS CITY @ CYNETART 2012 www.cynetart.de 15.-21.Nov. 2012 The CYNETART festival in Dresden traditionally is a media art festival focusing on dance performances, exhibitions with computerbased art and body aware & interactive art. The festival is surrounded by sound art and music events since it’s beginning, sixteen years ago. With the participation in the I.C.A.S. network, the
Sonica – Festival of Transitory Art, which is being organized for the fourth consecutive year by MoTA – Museum of Transitory Art, makes room for an experimental festival of audio, visual and intermedia artistic practices. Sonica changes the classical gallery space into an interactive field of events, performances, installations, workshops and lectures, with a different theme each year. This year’s theme
Review from Playground: 1. Techno with carpeting The floor of the Hotel Forum, an abandoned space that Unsound has converted into a dance floor for its night-time events, is covered with carpeting: that light, soft kind of carpeting that the lobbies and halls of expensive hotels usually have. Clean and soft, with a pattern like tiger skin, it is gentle
Full review (in Spanish): http://www.si.clarin.com/musica/Mutek-puso-picante_0_796720537.html
Review from Resident Advisor Electronic music events tend to be more about hedonism than the appreciation of digital art in London. Alpha-ville, though, is an organisation intent on fostering the latter, in all its forms. This year’s festival wasn’t possible due to reduced funding, but they instead presented a series of screenings, followed by an evening of audio-visual work in
Review from Resident Advisor To the world, The Hague is the diplomatic and bureaucratic heart of the Netherlands. To music fans, it’s probably best known (if at all) as the namesake of the classic Italo mix Mixed Up in the Hague and the place where Kentje’sz Beats is from. That is, it’s barely known at all. Today’sArt seems a small
(Taken from http://www.residentadvisor.net/review-view.aspx?id=11748) The 2012 edition of Seattle’s Decibel Festival managed to combine the Europhile techno preoccupation of Detroit’s Movement with an emphasis on the arts á la Montreal’s MUTEK. In fact, the biggest complaint one could conceivably throw at Decibel was that there was too much of a good thing. Taking over the city’s best venues split between downtown
NOw FUTURE RIAM’s ninth edition will take place in Marseille from October 16 to 27. Member of the ICAS Network, this edition of RIAM will focus on our ability to imagine the future, to be open on the creative potential of the unknown, of the unexpected. In the current artistic context dominated by the notions of archive, reenactment and homage, in