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Monthly Archives: May 2014

Listen to the Drones Singing

With consumer drones becoming more and more available, being Major Tom appears a more and more viable option. New airborne music videos, listen to the drones singing…
Drone 1: “We’re clear to sail…”

Drone 2: “Why you keep pretending that you wanna let go?”

Drone 3: “Lately I’ve been singing love songs by myself!”


We’re still rubbing our eyes (from lack of sleep & disbelief): mono.kultur #36 is being printed today.


Robert Montgomery x Each Other x Colette


Yet another 6 weeks or so until The Acid release their debut album Liminal, and it’s a cruel thing because I am aching to hear more more more.

The Art of Ale

Now that beer-brewing is finally considered a proper art form – and that nano is the new micro -, here’s something for next weekend (in Berlin).
Berlin Craft Bier Fest 2014
May 30-31, noon-11pm
Revaler Str. 99
10245 Berlin-Friedrichshain


In a nod to Randall Island’s history, this year’s Frieze New York Projects was built on theme of leisure and play. While the sprawling fair was a veritable smorgasbord, with established favorites (ex. Yayoi Kusama), the mental (Takeshi Murata’s Melter 3-D), the bizarre (Slavs and Tatar’s Blinky Book), my favorite piece came from these commissioned works: [...]


Unfortunately she didn’t do a video for this song and you need a bit of imagination. It shouldn’ t be hard to come up with some rhythmic pictures though, just walk and keep on walking, leave miles of concrete behind you with this sound in your head. After a while your feet will walk independently [...]


As tickets are going fast, we should mention that we’ll be participating at magCulture’s regular Printout night in London next week, dedicated to editorial design, as part of a fine line-up including Riposte, Winter and Talc magazines, speaking about the interaction between content and design. If in London next Tuesday, get a ticket here.


Three years after the tsunami in northeastern Japan and the damage to the nuclear reactor in Fukushima, many people, including a growing number of artists, have got beyond the agony and speechlessness that set in after the disaster. They are starting to recognize that the catastrophe uncovered many hitherto undisclosed rifts within Japanese society, and [...]


The exciting program of Theater der Welt in Mannheim includes Berlin based collective raumlabor´s Hotel shabbyshabby. After an open call  and a selection, raumlabor invited ´creative geniueses. students of architecture and professionals´ to design a hotel spread in the city. The hotel rooms are being built in front of National Theater  to be replaced in park, [...]