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PostPosted: Tue Jan 20, 2004 4:24 pm    Post subject: CLUB TRANSMEDIALE.04 [FLY UTOPIA!] 3 Reply with quote  Mark this post and the followings unread

Calendar Event: January 30, 2004 - February 7, 2004

CLUB TRANSMEDIALE.04 [FLY UTOPIA!]
festival for electronic music and related visual arts
30. jan - 07. feb 2004 | Maria am Ostbahnhof

www.clubtransmediale.de


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In cooperation with
transmediale - international media art festival berlin

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CORRECTION !!!

OPEN JAM AT CLUB TRANSMEDIALE.04 WILL TAKE PLACE IN FEBRUARY!
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[SHARE MOBILE BERLIN 1] - Tuesday 03.02. | 22:00 | MAO

[SHARE MOBILE BERLIN 2] - Wednesday 04.02. | 21:00 | MAO

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1. FURTHER EAST

2. EMANCIPATE!

3. RADIO ACTIVITY

4. KLIPZONA EAST

5. TERRITERRORTORIUM

6. EUROPEAN MERIDIANS

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1. FURTHER EAST
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Electronic Music from Eastern and South-Eastern Europe

The CTM-Special programme [Further East] is conceived as a sequel of last
years´ programme focus [GO EAST!] and presentes a range of electronic music
from Eastern and South-Eastern Europe and associated audio-visual projects.
Furthermore, a screening and a panel discussion will provide information
concerning the situation of artists and the artistic production in these
countries.

Partcipating artists are featured in various programme parts during the
whole festival. With:

8 BIT (RU), AKUVIDO (UA), ALEXEJ BORISOV (RU), BELGRADEYARD SOUNDSYSTEM
(YU), EIRENAH( VISUAL GIRLBOT FACILITY (HR), EVERY KID ON SPEED & MASSACCESI
(MK/US), GNU/GIRL POWER LOUNGE COLLECTIVE (HR), ILIOS (GR), ANDREJ
KIRITCHENKO (UA), , BOJAN MANDIC (HR), SCSI 9 (RU), JACEK SIENKIEWICZ (PL),
SOLAR X (RU), TIGRICS (HU), ZVUKBRODA (HR), a.o.

And Installations by:
SEJLA KAMERIC (BA) and MAGDALENA PEDERIN (HR)



2. [EMANCIPATE !]
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Panel Discussion MON 02/02, 20:00

The rapid restructuring of the dominant socio-political order in the
formerly socialist East European countries led to brisk transformation on
all fronts. How is this reflected in artistic and curatorial practice? Have
East Europeans developed new strategies, or merely copied Western patterns?
How might emancipatory models look?

LEJLA HODZIC (CCA Sarajevo, BA)
SABINA SABOLOVIC (curators collective What, How and for Whom/ WHW, HR)
KATARINA ZIVANOVIC (director Rex Cultural Centre, Belgrade, YU)
INKE ARNS (independent curator, DE)
WOJT3K KUCHARCZYK (Mik Musik, PL)
Moderation: SUSANNA NIEDERMAYR (journalist, author, AT)



3. [RADIO ACTIVITY]
____________________________________________________________________________
Panel Discussion TUE 03/02, 20:00

Radio has never been so boring - commercial radio is completely out of
touch with local (sub)- cultures. Independent initiatives ­ when left in
peace to get on with it ­ demonstrate how radio can be a forum for local
artistic and political interaction. In Berlin the fight¹s been on for years
for a free frequency. The radio project reboot.fm, calls now for a complete
fresh departure. Particularly in former East Block countries, independent
radio played a significant role throughout the 90s, supporting the
democratisation of politics, cultural life and the media. Which strategies
were tried out there? What are the respective cultural backgrounds, which
pushes towards the development of alternative radio formats - here and
elsewhere?

RAITSI SMITS (e-lab, rixc, radio ozone, Riga, LV)
BALASZ WEYER (Radio Tilos, Budapest, HU),
PIT SCHULTZ (reboot.fm, Klubradio, DE)
WOLFGANG HAGEN (Deutschlandradio, media scientist, author, DE)
JASON FORREST (WFMU, New Jersey, US)
HENK BAKKER (RadioWORM, Rotterdam, NL)
Moderation: SABINE BREITSAMETER (Audiohyperspace, curator, author, DE)



4. [KLIPZONA RELOADED]
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Screening WED 03/02, 20:00

Screening Programme with music clips from Eastern Europe produced between
1980 and 2004. With works by: LAIBACH (SI), OCTEX (SI), BORGHESIA (SI),
ZVUKBRODA (HR), ECSTASY OF ST.THERESA (CZ), ZBIGNIEW RYBCZYNSKI (PL), ALEXEJ
SHULGIN (RU) u.a.



5. [TERRITERROTORIUM]
____________________________________________________________________________
Live Audio Play WED 03/02, 21:00

Live audio-play in the tradition of gang warfare, DJ Battle and disputation.
Two audio-terrorists spring back and forth over the Polish-German border,
with no regard for customs regulations. Regional statement and cultural
³poses² in a catapult exchange give rise to coarse cacaphonic slaughter
between neighbouring cultures, which approach each other without diplomacy,
or false etiquette. A racing musical ball-game somewhere between
Musique-Concrète-Collage and Dadaistic lecture.

by WOJT3K KUCHARCZYK & FELIX KUBIN (PL/DE)


____________________________________________________________________________
The CTM-SPECIAL [FURTHER EAST] is funded by the Federal Cultural Foundation,
Germany.



6. [EUROPEAN MERIDIANS]
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Book released by Susanna Niedermayr and Christian Scheib

The first volume of Susanna Niedermayr´s and Christian Scheib´s audio
journey through the Eastern
European electronic and electro accoustic scenes is continued in this second
volume through Lithuania,
Romania, Serbia-Montenegro, Estonia, Latvia and Czech Republic.
In their reports Niedermayr and Scheib describe musical and aesthetic
currents as they relate to social
changes, portraying organisational power centres of the new movements that
were shooting up: From
Internet platform composers to composers´ associations, and are also telling
stories of cases where art
and politics clash. For the rich varied scenes - electronic music,
contemporary composition,
improvisation, the club scene - not only react to social conditions, but
sometimes determine those
conditions further development as well.

European Meridians - New Music Territories
Reports from Changing Countries
is published by PFAU 2003, dt./engl.
http://www.pfau-verlag.de
http://lineinlineout.underground.hu

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