CTM 2014 / Dis Continuity

Maryanne Amacher Archives


Talks and Workshops with Micah Silver, Bill Dietz and Robert The

Under this year’s title Dis Continuity, Berlin’s “Festival for Adventurous Music & Art” explores and maps fragments of an alternative history of electronic and experimental music. Bill Dietz, Micah Silver and Robert The report on the current state of and future plans for the archives of composer Maryanne Amacher, who passed away in 2009. Their lecture gives insights into the art and ideas of this radical artist-scientist. Sven-Åke Johansson, who alongside Peter Brötzman and Alexander von Schlippenbach has forged a European variant of free jazz since the 60s, will encounter Rashad Becker and Thomas Ankersmit, two exceptional representatives of contemporary experimental music. An epitaph on Nico, the Soundwalk Collective’s “Killer Road” features the unique voice of Patti Smith whispering Nico’s last poems, and a specially designed visual component by video artist Lillevan.

Gefördert aus Mitteln des Hauptstadtkulturfonds, der Initiative Musik, des Mondriaan Funds, des Programm Kultur der Europäischen Union und des Musicboard Berlin. In Zusammenarbeit mit transmediale, Kulturprojekte Berlin, ECAS – European Cities of Advanced Sound, Dock e.V..


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    Sat 1.2.2014, 14:00 / HAU2


Hallesches Ufer 34, 10963 Berlin

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The Glowing Room

Text by Hendrik Otremba.

An Introduction to “Collectivize Facebook”

By Jonas Staal

“Collectivize Facebook” is a lawsuit aimed to turn Facebook into public property, initiated by artist Jonas Staal and lawyer Jan Fermon. Read here Staal’s introduction to the project.

“Manifestos for Queer Futures”

Video Documentation

As part of the festival “The Present Is Not Enough – Performing Queer Histories and Futures”, HAU initiated an open call for artists based in Berlin, who were invited to submit proposals for their Manifestos for Queer Futures.