Berlin’s most adventurous and skilled urban photographer, Cpt.Olf – whose maiden exhibition “Cpt.Olf x Paradox 16-19” was with Urban Spree Galerie last October – is now being featured in an 8-minute documentary filmed by the urban magazine Tracks (arte). The reportage is in French or German.
We found – 191 articles for Tracks
Franco-german TV channel arte runs a short documentary about Paradox from Berlin Kidz with large excerpts from the DVD “Fuck the System” as well as new footage from recent actions, an interview about the pixaçao style, the motivations behind all the risk-taking, and future art projects.
The limited edition screen print “Change Your Frequency” is available in our webshop here as well as the last copies of the DVD “Fuck the System”.
arte/Tracks was at the Opening of Martha Cooper’s exhibition “One Week with 1UP” at Urban Spree Galerie, documenting the Berlin 1UP Crew. They have now released a 6′ portrait of Martha Cooper with images from the show as well as some historical perspective and of course an interview about her Berlin experience.
It is available in French hereabove and in German as well (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TQFXFGLG6b4).
Tickets > http://bit.ly/2Ri5ZSW
From amniotic fluids to saliva, blood, oceans, and rain, liquids bring both life and death: they are essential to human life but also hold the power of submerging, swamping, and drowning. Liquids have a definite volume but no fixed shape; they pass around borders and flow with extraordinary lightness and mobility.
In the 1990s, sociologist Zygmunt Bauman coined the expression “liquid modernity” to define postmodern societies’ shift towards liberalization and individualism. In his terms, constant change and unstable socio-political structures created a chaotic, fluid fragmented world in which individuals flow from one position to another.
Today, ‘liquidity’ seems to be more than ever an integral part of human existence. Societies are increasingly ruled by temporariness and fragility, constantly urging us to change and adapt to mundane precarity, while underwater cables power our Internet cloud and global warming melts glaciers and floods our cities.
Taking stock of these conditions, Teorema’s 2020 edition invites participants and visitors to explore ideas of liquidity and fluidity as openly and creatively as possible.
Let’s get together to imagine bridges over our liquified present.
>> Yaporigami (live)
>> Diesein (live)
>> Liza Aikin (live)
>> Izzy Bolt (live)
>> Makadam (live)
>> Desert Drone (live)
>> Cosaquitos en Globo (live)
>> Balfa (live)
>> Barking (live)
>> John-Robin Bold (live)
>> Nemrac (live)
>> Lyric Tit (live)
>> Space Exile
Concept by Monica Montanari and Audrey Kadjar
Tickets > http://bit.ly/2Ri5ZSW
COMMIX (Metalheadz-Hospital-31 Records)
VALI NME CLICK (Parallax Rec.)
SOULSURFER (Berlin bass-Amen)
JAKO live (Human Tree)
BOBBY RAUSCH Record Release Concert SOAP
Presented by: XJAZZ, MUSSZO, SPRINGSTOFF & 80 DAYS RECORDS
23. January 2020
Urban Spree Berlin
On January 17, 2020 the debut album SOAP of the Berlin band BOBBY RAUSCH will be released on Eighty Days Records. After concerts at the XJazz Festival Bobby Rausch returns to Berlin together with Springstoff, Musszo and XJazz to play the Record Release concert at Urban Spree on January 23rd, 2020.
SOAP sounds determined and clear, but never loses its closeness or dirt. The songs span the spectrum between Berlin club culture, underground and great scenic narration. While the force of the sound overcomes you, you still feel pleasantly secure in the unexpected tonal turns of the band. The Berlin DJ and producer DJ Illvibe (Peter Fox, Marteria, Seeed) is a feature guest on three SOAP tracks. This album lets you sweat only to wash your soul afterwards.
AFAR blurs the horizons between organic and electronic sound worlds. With the fragile sounds of wind chimes and kalimba, mystical voices, analog synthesizers, drum machines and electric guitar, they invite you on a journey that is both intimate and ecstatic.
Close your eyes and find yourself in a hypnotic cinematic world, comparable to the surreal vibe of a Jim Jarmusch film.
/// music from afar