[resource-net] SPEKTRUM program: 28 March - 3 April 2016

Lieke Ploeger liekeploeger at gmail.com
Mon Mar 28 15:56:15 CEST 2016

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*This week at SPEKTRUM*

   - Tuesday 29 March: Live Cinema Lab #8 <#m_-5977729398761003505_tuesday>
   - Wednesday 30 March: CiTiZEN KINO #52: Mysteries of the Radical
   Organisms <#m_-5977729398761003505_wednesday>
   - Thursday 31 March:  Sonic Code Sessions # 10
   - Friday 1 April. SCOPE presents:Malte Steiner, Akkamiau + Aikia #130
   - Saturday 2 April: Sound Anatomy II: Richard Scott & Kazuhisa Uchihasi
   + Peter Cusack #131 <#m_-5977729398761003505_saturday_extra>
   - Sunday 3 April: Sound Portraits #11: Conrad Schnitzler


   - From 22 to 24 April: read more <#m_-5977729398761003505_opencall>

Tuesday 29 March: Live Cinema Lab #8
*Community meeting*
Start time: 19:30

Hands-on session of the LC Lab
Cinema Lab), a place for audio-visual experimentation. LC Lab is a
community where audio and visual artists can meet, create and play new work
together. Newcomers are welcome to join.

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Wednesday 30 March: CiTiZEN KINO #52: Mysteries of the Radical Organisms
Doors: 19:30 / Media navigations begin at 20:00

The XLterrestrials are back with a new episode of the CiTIZEN KINO series -
a hybrid of cinema hacking, tactical new media, performance, forum and
fertile resistance ! Each month we analyze and attack a new topic, and try
not to make too much of a mess.

Key Words: Biopolitics / Gentech / Chinese sperm / Dusan Makavejev /
Mysteries of the organism / Wilhelm Reich / Arundhati Roy / David Lynch /
Womb Envy / Sexuality / A.I + Robots / Green Scare + Green Revolution /
Ecocide / planetary habitat / Mind-Body-Spirit / Feminism / Matriarchy /
Patriarchy / Post-Fordism / Extrastatecraft / Noetic Sciences

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Thursday 31 March: Sonic Code Sessions #10
*Community meeting*
Start time: 19:30

The Sonic Code Sessions
open conversations between sound artists, coders, musicians, learners and
anyone interested in generative music and the use of computing skills for
sonic expression. There is time for people to present something if they
want to, followed by informal discussions.

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Friday 1 April: SCOPE presents: Malte Steiner, Akkamiau + Aikia #130
Doors: 19:30 / Start time: 20:00

*Akkamiau + Aikia - hiT͟Hərˈto͞o*
Live audiovisual performance by Lenka Kocisova (Akkamiau) and Alessandra
Leone (Aikia), exploring the possibilities of manipulation of the space
time continuum in relation to energy exchange.

*Malte Steiner - reqPZ*
Audiovisual electro-acoustic performance by Malte Steiner's project

Event presented by Scope
curated by AudeRrose
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::elektronengehirn: concert reqPZ::
Saturday 2 April:Sound Anatomy II: Richard Scott & Kazuhisa Uchihasi +
Peter Cusack #131
Doors: 19:30 / Start time: 20:00

*Sound Anatomy presents:*

*Solo performance by Peter Cusack* - a field recordist and sound artist
with a long interest in the sound environment. In 1998 he started the
Favourite Sounds Project that explores what people find positive about the
soundscapes of the cities - London, Beijing, Chicago, Prague, Birmingham
and Berlin. His project Sounds From Dangerous Places (described as sonic
journalism) investigates soundscapes at sites of major environmental damage
including the Chernobyl exclusion zone, the Caspian Oil Fields, and,
currently, the Aral Sea. During 2011/12 he was a DAAD artist-in-residence
in Berlin and initiated the Berlin Sonic Places project to consider the
relationship between soundscape and urban development.

*Duo performance by Richard Scott and Kazuhisa Uchihasi*, bringing together
two of Berlin's most expressive improvising composers, who worked together
intensively in 2015 discovering a vivid, powerful performance in which many
genres of sound and noise seem to effortlessly coexist. This will be their
first sonic encounter of 2016.

Followed by open end bar with JD Zazie

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Richard Scott - spertions 2015-01-12
Sunday 3 April: Sound Portraits #11: Conrad Schnitzler
Doors: 19:30 / Start time: 20:00

Sound Portraits is a series of listening sessions, curated by Doron Sadja,
focusing on the work of iconic composers who have paved the way for
contemporary electronic music.

*This session: Conrad Schnitzler*

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*Exhibition #5: LACUNA LAB: ACTIVATION 22-23-24 April 2016*

For three days, Spektrum is overgrown by* Lacuna Lab*, a Berlin-centred
collective of trans-disciplinary artists. For the collective's inaugural
spores of ideas waft across the canal from their studio on Paul-Lincke-Ufer,
taking root as a multi-channel network of biology- and technology-based

*Lacuna Lab*
is a collaborative co-creation space in Berlin Kreuzberg.
They mix logic and beauty to create interactive works, driven by
imagination, playfulness, and experimentation. They love partnering with
others on projects
and collaborations, and sharing what they learn through
public exhibitions, classes, and workshops.

More information coming soon

*SPEKTRUM* is a project space in Neukölln for idealisation, realisation and
exhibition of technology-based artworks, media-focused events and
futuristic utopias based on the principle
"do-it-together-with-others". Above all, we are an open space promoting
participatory processes to co-define and co-design a social and physical
playground for curiosity and critical understanding.

Alfredo Ciannameo & Lieke Ploeger

info at spektrumberlin.de

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12047 Berlin - Neukölln
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