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PostPosted: Tue Jan 06, 2004 4:11 pm    Post subject: CLUB TRANSMEDIALE.04 ­ [FLY UTOPIA! Reply with quote  Mark this post and the followings unread

Calendar Event: January 30, 2004 - February 11, 2004

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festival for electronic music and related visual arts
30. jan ­ 07. feb 2004 | Maria am Ostbahnhof


In cooperation with
transmediale - international media art festival berlin







1. INTRODUCTION - english

It has been a long way, but finally the programmation process for the next
edition of the club transmediale festival has been finished. A first version
is online now.


In 2004 club transmediale - for the fifth time - presents outstanding
projects in electronic music and media arts related to sound- and
club-culture. With its nine day programme at Maria am Ostbahnhof the club
transmediale festival will again prove to be Berlin's most exciting event of
the year.

For starters in this newsletter we would like to give you a brief overview
on the main music performances, which take place at the festival's main
venue Maria am Ostbahnhof. Detailed information on other programme parts
will be provided in the following newsletters:

[CTM EXTENDED] - the festival's parallel events programme includes
screenings, discussion rounds, installations and exhibitions, examining
issues beyond the purely formal, aesthetic consideration of electronic
music. A choice of artists has been invited to deal with the thematical
focuses of the festival in installation works, which will shape the
appearance of the festival venue. Artists include amongst others Gerwald
Rockenschaub, Angela Bulloch, Costa Vece, Rosa Barba, Sejla Kameric, Beat
Brogle, Jo Mitchell and Martin Wöhrl.

[CTM SPECIAL] - is a series of special events dedicated to the exploration
of specific issues related to the main festival theme: FURTHER EAST
continues last years focus on electronic music from Eastern and
South-Eastern Europe. PERFORMING SOUND examines gender issues in the field
od electronic music. Satellite projects DE-PLACE/ RE-PLACE and E-XPLO
continue CTM's nomadic principles in a new form.

[CTM COOP] - comprises a number of partner events and cooperations with
other international organisations and initiatives in the field of electronic
music and the exploration of the time based arts, including New York based
collective jammers SHARE, WORM from Rotterdam, the independent radio project
REBOOT.FM, the HTMLLES festival from Montreal and others.

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