Mark Reeder, Bob Rutman, Dirk Kalinowski, Wolfram Spyra and YOU! Fri Nov 10th 7pm.
28 years after the tumbling of the Berlin wall our good friends of the Iron Curtain project celebrate the role of punk, chaos and art on both sides of the formerly divided Berlin. Still anarchists from the heart, the gang, together with friends will create a wild mash up of live music, video footage, old tapes and lost tunes into 28 minutes of pure chance, noise and fun.
And here’s where you can become part of this spontaneous symphony. Bring any tunes, recordings, tapes from that time and plug it into the sound systems. Tons of cables are at hand, but best if you come with your own device.
The frenzy starts at 7pm at the Galiläa church (now the home of the museum of youth resistance), Rigaer Straße 9, 10247 Berlin.
A true Fuck Yeah Old School event not to be missed.
See you there 🙂
If you missed Dim Locator at The Berlin International Directors Lounge, here’s your chance tonight (8pm) at Rumbalotte, Berlin. Highly recommended!
Impressions from Directors Lounge @ Contemporary Art Ruhr (C.A.R.) – The Media Art Fair
Eberhard Kranemann performing with VJ Chuuu at the opening night
VJ Chuuu doing the turntable animation
Happy people: Carola Goellner and Eberhard Kranemann
new works by André Werner, the glasses are filled with honey
Julia Murakami, Allegory of Obliviousness, 2012, oil on canvas, 11.81 x 11.81 in
photo: Maurizio Mueller | Mau Fashion
Michael Caine, eight times, paintings by Carola Goellner
The artist in the age of digital reproduction: Kim Dotty Hachmann in front of herself
Dream Team: VJ Chuuu, Carola Goellner, André Werner, Julia Murakami, Eberhard Kranemann
Thursday, 12. April, Naherholung Sternchen
After the huge success of the first party of all Berlin Filmfestivals during The 8th Berlin International Directors Lounge it was only a question of time to set up a new edition.
Thursday, 12th of April, will be the your second chance to party with all the movers and shakers of the Berlin Film Universe. We start with a wild mix of shorts selected by the hosting festivals around 8pm, followed by
Doro & Tobi Filmmusic
Youngbois Italo Disco
The incredible Yip Yips Electro
Enough Festivals To Kill A Rhino.
admission 5 Euro
(more at Festiwelt-Berlin | Partys 2012)
Swimming in the private club
One not to miss if in Berlin. You have seen swimming on the silver screen, documented by Simon Ellis and shown in world premiere at The 8th Berlin International Directors Lounge. Now the boys are coming to town, playing Tuesday 27. March at the private club supporting the Megaphonic Thrift, a Norwegian indie-supergroup of sorts.
pictured: Binaural Swimming (beach) by Simon Ellis