News about the 4th edition of the Festival that will take place in Berlin all through the year 2008. The information about the former editions that were held on 22-26 november 2006, 13-22 february 2007 and 1-29 august, 2007 are still to be found somewhere in the jungle of this blop.

Saturday, July 21, 2007

Programme 1.-29. August

1. August, Glogauer Berlin Kreuzberg:
Metuo, Venta Protesix, Madame P, Jeff Gburek

4. August, Wendel Berlin Kreuzberg:
Yannick Franck, Debashis Sinha, Wolfgang Dorninger

*10. August, 11.00 - 19.00 hr Staalplaat Record Store, Berlin Mitte*
Rauschpartikel, Stephane Leonard, Marta Zapp (xpenelopex)
and others via streaming connection

**10. August 21.00hr: Raum Berlin Wedding**:

Yehlin Lee, Soichiro Mitsuya, Andreas Bick

11. August, Stralau 68 Berlin Friedrichshain:
Björn Eriksson, Hwem/Namenlos Soundsystem, Gilles Aubry

15. August, Glogauer Berlin Kreuzberg:
Murmer, Francesco Cavaliere, Novi_Sad, Derek Holzer,
Luciano Maggiore

18. August, Stralau 68 Berlin Friedrichshain:
Mattin, Origami Boe and Origami Tacet, Michael Peters

25. August, Wendel , Berlin Kreuzberg:
Udo Noll & Radio Aporee, Balz Isler, Stefan Thielke (spoken words)

29. August, Glogauer, Berlin Kreuzberg:
Carsten Stabenow, Kate Donovan, Budhaditya Chattopadhyay, Peter Prautzsch

22-25. August, Total Artspace, Berlin Neukölln:
Tapemosphere ( sound installation)

special notice
*10. August will be a special radio day (participants to be announced soon)
** a Second Life part to be curated by Björn Eriksson with
Robert Gilks (UK) /*/*/*
Transponderfish (Germany) /*/*/*
Jeff Gburek (Germany) /*/*/*
Jerome Joy (France) /*/*/*
Brett Ian Balogh (USA) /*/*/*
Locus Sonus (France and world wide)

For more inside information read The China Times


Blogger zeromoon said...

Fantastic lineup! I will be there in spirit.

7:57 p.m.

Blogger rinus said...

and in sound, Mister! Violet (the poster of the first comment) will be one of the artists to be heard worldwide thanks to internetradio and more who will be mentioned soon

12:49 p.m.


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