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PostPosted: Mon Jan 26, 2004 2:34 pm    Post subject: CLUB TRANSMEDIALE.04 [FLY UTOPIA!]4 Reply with quote  Mark this post and the followings unread

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

For precise schedule go to:
http://www.clubtransmediale.de


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In cooperation with
transmediale - international media art festival berlin

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1. [CTM SPECIAL] DE-PLACE/RE-PLACE
2. [CTM SPECIAL] E-XPLO - MY LODGING AND SOME OTHERS
3. INSTALLATIONS

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1. DE-PLACE/RE-PLACE
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bus tour with soundart performances at four venues

Ekkehard Ehlers (Staubgold, DE) - Till Eulenspiegel Kindergarten
Kaffe Matthews (Annette Works, GB) - hidden cellar
Boris D. Hegenbart (#/Tau, DE) - church of St. Canisius
Christina Kubisch (semishigure, DE) - research laboratory for waterways
engineering and shipbuilding


Modern crises of reality are countered time after time by utopian visions of
imaginary places that offer alternatives to apparently inevitable
circumstances. Such Utopia have to some extent taken root already as
parallel contemporary worlds, or as concrete initiatives with a decidedly
pragmatic orientation. In an evening-long bus tour, we will be taking a look
at four such places, for which artists have conceived particular sound
performances. They investigate and consider places, people, action, desire
and reality. The tour begins at Haus der Kulturen der Welt and leads to the
Kreuzberg network of Till Eulenspiegel kindergarten, which accommodates
children from socially disadvantaged families. The route continues through
dark industrial vaulted cellars, to heighten the senses; then to the
post-modern Jesuit Community church of St. Canisius by the Lietzensee lake
in Charlottenburg; and, finally, in Tiergarten park, to the Research
Institute for Water and Naval Engineering, also known as ³the pink pipe².

funded by Hauptstadtkulturfonds.
supported by Technische Universität Berlin, The British Council



Dates: 31.01. + 02.02 + 03.02. + 04.02.
Departure: 17 h, Haus der Kulturen der Welt
Arrival: Maria am Ostbahnhof & Haus der Kulturen der Welt
Tickets: 7 Euro/ please note: accreditations are not valid for this tour
Duration: 5 h
Advanced booking: Haus der Kulturen der Welt, Tel. ++49(0) 30 39 78 71 75
Limited seating



2. E-XPLO - MY LODGING AND SOME OTHERS
____________________________________________________________________________
Bus tour with the artist group e-Xplo (INT)

The savage political failures of our time, of any time (humanitarian
failures after all, are also political ones), must have something to do with
a rekindled interest in imagining other trajectories, possibilities, or
spaces of hope. Nevertheless, the very process of arriving at Utopia, of
imagining, runs into problems that city and urban planners face, which is
that the imagined city, even when realized is always different from the one
inhabited and lived in. Drawing from and working with a variety of sources
including texts, maps, films, interviews, field research and audio
recordings, e-Xplo (Heimo Lattner, Erin McGonigle, Rene Gabri) develops
projects which address specific issues related to chosen sites of
inquiry.

For Berlin, e-Xplo takes a number of passengers on a carefully
mapped journey through nocturnal Berlin in a tour-bus equipped with audio
system and GPS reciever. The system installed registers various
environmental parameters and the vehicle's status and in accordance with the
data, plays audio sequences, which overlap a performance of live
electro-acoustic sound to transform an ordinary bus tour into a navigable
cinema.

http://www.e-xplo.org

funded by Hauptstadtkulturfonds.

Dates: 31.01.-04.02.
Departure: 20 h, Haus der Kulturen der Welt
Arrival: Maria am Ostbahnhof & Haus der Kulturen der Welt
Tickets: 7 Euro/Please note: accreditations are not valid for this tour
Duration: 90 min
Advanced booking: Haus der Kulturen der Welt, Tel. ++49(0) 30 39 78 71 75
Limited seating



3. INSTALLATIONS at Maria am Ostbahnhof
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17 international artists have been invited to develop artistic works,
installations and designs to reconfigure the space of club transmediale's
venue Maria am Ostbahnhof and to conntect to and deal with the festivals
main themes:


ROSA BARBA (DE/IT)
'Untitled', 16mm film installation, 2004

BEAT BROGLE + PHILIPPE ZIMMERMANN (CH)
'One Word Movie', interactive installation

ANGELA BULLOCH (CA)
'Antimatter3 in the negative zone: rooftop line', installation, 2004

BEN DEBIL + EIKE DÖRING (DE)
'Spy Utopia!', neon lights, 2004

CORNELIA ERDMANN (DE)
'Scanning', installation, 2003

TOM FRÜCHTL (DE)
'Night Crowler', Installation, 2004

INTERPLAY (Mathias Klöpfel, Jens Wille, Mitzubitchy und Mario Riedel) (DE)
'Interplay', seating modules, 2003

SELJA KAMERIC (BA)
'Bosnian Girl', poster, 2004
'Untitled', stamp, 2004

JO MITCHEL (GB)
'Xutopia', wall painting, 2004

MONITOR.AUTOMATIQUE (DE)
'info.automatique_2', display system, 2004

MAGDALENA PEDERIN (HR)
'Ear Sees, Eye Hears', installation, 2004

GERWALD ROCKENSCHAUB (AT)
'Untitled', installation, 2004

JAN ROHLF (DE)
'Untitled', installation, 2004

REMCO SCHUURBIERS (NL)
'Pan-Tilt-Zoom, The Future Is Looking Good', video installation 2004

COSTA VECE (CH)
'Untitled', shop design for DENSE shop inside Maria am Ostbahnhof, 2004

LORENZ WIEGAND (DE)
'Club Cubes', installation, 2004

MARTIN WÖHRL (DE)
'Une Chanson Pour Toi', installation, 2004


Funded by the Federal Cultural Foundation, Germany

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