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Monthly Archives: April 2015


A jab and nod at the cursed video trope, “Names” plays like a charmed VHS (does anybody use those anymore), kaleidoscopic artifacts coalescing to form BOSCO. If anything is cursed, the collaboration between the Atlanta singer and DJ/producer Treasure Fingers is supremely catchy and will probably take a few hours of your life. The video [...]


“Hmm, brandy or beer? Water’s a good idea/Wish that bar lady’d appear and come serve over here”…


Since 2011 every May, Month of Performance Art Berlin has been covering the flirty days of spring in Berlin with several performances, events, screenings, workshops and talks on performativity. Collaboratively organized by Association of Performance Art in Berlin and the artists in the program, this non-profit platform for performance art will start with a non-formal [...]


We’ve had a great experience with Kickstarter a few years ago helping us fund our book with Robert Montgomery – anyone thinking about crowdfunding something similar should really head down to Acud this evening, where Victoria Rogers from Kickstarter New York will give an introduction to Kickstarter and some serious advice on how to use [...]


In conjunction with the Gallery Weekend Berlin, ARCH+ is launching its new series of ARCH+ DISPLAYS, starting with the Vitsoe Reading Room and the zines of Swiss publisher Nieves at ARCH+ studio in KW Institute for Contemporary Art’s building complex. On the occasion of the opening on April 30, 2015, Hamburg-based artist Stefan Marx will talk [...]


Ever wanted to run along a giant colourful fish floating in the air? So did Lorenzo Fonda, who directed the latest video for Caribou. Sigh.


‘The performers are ‘freaky insiders’, forced to connect in uncomfortable, yet playful ways. Navigating between naivety and despair, they are dreamers who long for reality. In a world in which they fade away and disappear, they feel the urge to seek new forms of appearance.’
Until Our Hearts Stop is the new production by choreographer Meg [...]


After last weekend’s devastating news about the death of immigrants − so far 1,500 immigrants have died in 2015 − outside Libyan waters with hope to be safer in the lands of EU, this weekend the world faced The Nepal Earthquake. As a result of 7.8 magnitude, thousands are dead or waiting to be rescued… [...]

Take your checked pattern out

The new documentary about Kurt Cobain is finally in our movies – ‘Montage of heck‘ by Brett Morgen is named after a mix tape the director accidentally found when he shoveled his way through Kurt‘s belongings and apparently inspired him to do this fidgety, collage-like movie about the beloved and here, forever on the cutting [...]

After sunset in the park, Framed by FUKT

Opening later today, is FRAMED BY FUKT, an exhibition curated by Bjørn Hegardt, founder, publisher and editor of FUKT Magazine for Contemporary Drawing. Established in Norway in 1999 and operating from Berlin since 2001, FUKT is a hand-held platform for contemporary drawing with an international focus – a gallery in the format of a magazine. FUKT [...]