| 9 Jan 2015 @ 18:00, by Heiner Benking|
Berlin is THE HUB - transmediale 2015 [link]
CAPTURE ALL VORSPIEL [link]
"Vorspiel" is the act before the play/act - so expect a great action/acting, avantgarde performances, and come back ... rushing to the vernissage opening now...
On 9 January 2015, 19:00 the pre-festival programme Vorspiel of transmediale and CTM – Festival for Adventurous Music and Art opens at Z/KU - Center for Art and Urbanistics. Coordinated by transmediale’s all-year initiative reSource transmedial culture Berlin a series of Berlin based organisations, galleries, independent project spaces and other venues from the field of digital art and culture as well as experimental music and sound art react to the festival themes CAPTURE ALL and Un Tune until 1 February 2015.
Partners & Venues: .CHB – Collegium Hungaricum Berlin, ACUD Macht Neu, Agora Collective, Alexander von Humboldt Institut für Internet und Gesellschaft, Apartment Project Berlin, Art & Science Node, Art Laboratory Berlin, Bauhaus-Archiv, berlinerpool, DAM GALLERY, designtransfer / UdK, Ehemaliges Stummfilmkino Delphi, Schering Stiftung, Errant Bodies, Institut für Alles Mögliche, Kunsthalle/PLU41, La Plaque Tournante, Labor Neunzehn, Liebig12, LOOPHOLE, Martin Reiche / Green Hill Gallery, Multiversal, PANKE, schnellebuntebilder & kling klang klong, Simple Things Berlin, studio r°, Supermarkt, uqbar, Vilém Flusser Archive, Voces (Ulrike Gabriel und Udo Lindemann), Z/KU Center for Art and Urbanistics
From 9 January until 1 February 2015, transmediale and CTM Festival cooperate with the Berlin network of project spaces, galleries and independent cultural actors in the field of digital art & culture and experimental sound & music for a distributed programme of partner events. Over 30 project spaces, galleries and independent cultural actors have curated and organized a rich programme of exhibitions, workshops and performances. With a common opening event before both festivals, Vorspiel aims at strengthening the dialogue with the two festivals as well as fostering the network of cultural actors and institutions, which has been established over the last years. As part of transmediale/resource, it connects different genres and practices for creating opportunities of common exchange and reflection and for bringing together communities and individuals which are dealing with art, technology, politics and identity in a critical way.
ZK/U is pleased to host the opening of the Vorspiel 2015. On this occasion, many of the participating venues will introduce themselves in an informal, social context and communicate first-hand information about the upcoming programme.
The complete pre-festival programme is available online.
The special exhibition Sensing the Future - László Moholy-Nagy, the Media and the Arts at the Bauhaus-Archiv focuses on the artistic work of the avant-gardist and Bauhaus teacher László Moholy-Nagy (1895–1946). Moholy-Nagy’s many-faceted media art as well as works by contemporary artists such as Olafur Eliasson, Gottfried Jäger und Karl Martin Holzhäuser, Erika Lincoln or Guy Maddin are presented at the Bauhaus-Archiv until 2 February 2015 (open daily - except Tuesdays - from 10:00 until 17:00). The exhibition, curated by Oliver Botar of the School of Art at the University of Manitoba, Canada, has been prepared in collaboration with the Plug In Institute of Contemporary Art in Winnipeg, Canada, and has received financial support from the Hauptstadtkulturfonds Berlin, Art Mentor Foundation Lucerne and Salgo Trust for Education New York.