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Berlin Sound Painting Orchestra: Drei Ensembles in Birnenform

1911153_579801285493193_883970087316977126_oA musical and scenographic live composition directly inspired by the absurd world of the fabulous Erik Satie.

Three evenings:

Friday 22th of May 20h30
@KLUNKERKRANICH (Karl-Marx-Straße 66, Berlin)

Saturday 23th of May 20h30
NK (Elsenstraße 52, 2.Hinterhaus, Etage 2, Berlin)

Sunday 24th of May 18h30
@URBAN SPREE (Revaler Str. 99, Berlin)

The Berlin and the Swedish Soundpainting Orchestra devote themselves to the musical and literary œuvre of Erik Satie. By means of Soundpainting language they explore the radical and humorous aesthetics and deliver a complex conception of this eccentric composer. Inspired by the absurd theater, the production design is made up of a mixture of the fashion and art of the fin de siècle as well as contemporary influences.

Hada Benedito: Soundpainter, Musical director.
Jennifer Rahfeldt: Soundpainter, Scene director.

Swedish Soundpainting Orchestra
http://tsso.se/
Berlin Soundpainting Orchestra
www.berlinsoundpaintingorchestra.jimdo.com

Soundpainting is a multidisciplinary live composing sign language created in 1974 by Walter Thompson. The language comprises today more than 1200 gestures that are signed by the Soundpainter to indicate the type of material desired of the performers.

Berlin Sound Painting Orchestra´s line up:

Makiho Yoshida – Violin
Penelope Gkika – Violin
Adam Goodwin – Double Bass
Antti Virtaranta – Double Bass
Did Aski – Alto sax
Federico Eterno – Alto sax / Clarinet
Jonathan Lindhorst – Tenor Sax / Clarinet
Kriton A. Beyer – Harmonium
Charlotte Barnett – Voice
Bianca Gépoint. – Voice
Rieko Okuda – Piano
Adrian David Krok- Drums
Bob Meanza – Electronics
Benedito Hada – Soundpainter

The Swedish Soundpainting Orchestra´s line up:

Bruno Faria – Flute player and soundpainter
Cecilia Skog – visual artist
Britta Jonasson – dancer
Rasmus Alkestrand – clarinet
Lennart Nilsson – trombone
Nina Hansen – actor
Jason Rahfeldt – guitar
Karina Lernestål – actor
Åsa Wirling – visual artist
Jennifer Rahfeldt – Soundpainter

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SUSHIKEBAP | Exhibition. Live Music. Market

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Interactive exhibition series Sushi Kebap, on the taste of tradition and history, show and evaluate the richness joy of diversity based on the intersection of Turkish and Japanese art. Artists bring together their artworks to serve and feed unusual understanding. The works provide a fascinating glimpse into diverse production skills of human being related with environment.

Vol.01 Presents 10 samples made by Japanese and Turkish Artists who carried their lives to Berlin. Sushi Kebap presents this fresh combination by music, art, design and atmosphere.

Have an unexpected bite of Art to start the journey together!
Sushi Kebap : on view with its first episode at 7th November 2014.

VISITOR INFORMATION

Admission to the Sushi Kebap is 5€. The Exhibition open its Door at 7th November 2014 Friday at 20:00.

In the first Episode of Series, Basement Area of the Venue designed as Late Night Guerilla Gallery which will continue to welcome visitors till first lights of Saturday Morning.

In the Outside area,there will be Art and Food Market which will present traditional Handcraft, Design, Print objects together with exclusive Japanese and Turkish tastes.

Visitors can find chance to listen and chat with participating artists and production team of Project during ‘Artist Talk’ at 21:00 at Concert Hall. In the same place after 22:00 there will be Live Concerts and Dj Performances.

The Interactive exhibition offers vast opportunities to the visitors to experience the different kind of arts and activities such as live music, acts, dance, visual, installation, photography, animation, design, painting, ceramic, origami, bondage, film screening.

DANCE FLOOR

Sub Human Bros – JP

Yediçeşni   – TR

DJ CAZPERA  – TR

DJ ONONiiONIONIION – JP

LATE NIGHT GUERILLA GALLERY

Azuldecobalt – Illustration – TR

Erkin Gören – Painting –  TR

Hironori Minematsu  – Mixed Media – JP

Mahir Duman – Visual Art –  TR

Midori Sushicat   – Illustration – JPRyo Endo – Painting – JPSelin Freisinger – Ceramic TR

Tatsumi Ryusui – Performance (Ambient-Drone-Noise) + Installation – JP

Türe Zeybek – Painting – TR

Yukihiro Ikutani – Mixed Media – JP

SUSHI KEBAP GARDEN MARKET

In the Outside area, there will be Art and Food Market which will present traditional Handcraft, Design, Print objects together with exclusive Japanese and Turkish tastes.

More Info: www.sushikebap.com

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Sign Painting Workshop with Mike Meyer & Ash Bishop

L1001401Last November, Mike Meyer (USA) and Ash Bishop (UK) were in Berlin for the Premiere of the well attended “Sign Painters” movie at Urban Spree and delivered at the same occasion a very successful brush lettering/sign painting workshop for 2 entire days.

After the success of this initial workshop, Make! Skilled Hands are luckily organizing a second session with the same duo of craftsmen. The 2-day session will be held once again at Urban Spree and we advise you to book your seat fast as the attendance is limited and the demand high.

All info are on the Make! Skilled Hands’ blog here.

 

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Jim Avignon x Urban Art Week 2019

On the occasion of the 2nd Edition of the Berlin Urban Art Week and within the frame of his current exhibition “Here Come the Bad News”, Jim Avignon will realize a large live painting in the gallery on Friday, September 6th, 2019 from 19:00 to 21:00.

Jim Avignon

Live Painting at Urban Spree

Friday 06.09.2019 from 19:00 to 21:00

Brazilian beats by DJ Holger



Urban Spree participates to Berlin’s first “Urban Art Week”

From 05 to 12 September 2018, Urban Spree will be part of the first URBAN ART WEEK, a new format for the Urban Art movement, which will be launched throughout Berlin. The Opening Night will happen at Urban Spree on the 05/09.

The Urban Art Week presents a comprehensive program and insights into the participating locations and projects under one roof. The format serves both to make Urban Art visible and to mediate, as well as to improve networking between local actors.

The URBAN ART WEEK provides insights into the locations and work of the participants, who present their own program for the URBAN ART WEEK. This gives visitors the opportunity to get to know Urban Art, Street art and Graffiti Writing within one week. The art program includes numerous exhibitions in galleries, project rooms, art spaces and institutions as well as performances, live painting and artistically designed walls.

A supporting program accompanies the URBAN ART WEEK: workshops by experts offer professional training and useful information for the daily work of artists and cultural workers. The two-day film program shows experimental films, portraits and documentaries about the French and German scene. Daily Street Art tours by local experts give visitors an insight into Urban Art in Berlin. Artists offer workshops for all ages to try out different techniques.

In Berlin, Urban Art has become an integral part of the cityscape, and large murals and surprising interventions in urban space can be found regularly. The city and its marketing is also adorned with the colourful paintings of its Urban Art artists, as is the local creative industry. But is there a dialogue between the scene and the city? Where is the line drawn between professional art and exploitation through increasingly fast-moving advertising purposes? Do we still have to ask the question whether Urban Art is art at all? The first URBAN ART WEEK pursues these thought-provoking impulses. In addition to discussions with representatives from city politics and local art institutions, the scene meets at workshops and symposia to discuss the concept of Urban Art and its own self- image. The week should leave something behind for the Berlin scene, it should convey a lasting value to the fast-moving Urban Art and create a basis for future communication.

Urban Art in Berlin has been around for decades and the media attention for it has increased. Berlin’s claim as an Urban Art Mecca is not only demonstrated by the last major exhibition projects with record attendance. The many small and independent art venues, project spaces and freelance artists who have been active in Berlin since the 1980s, have created the breeding ground for the subversive Berlin mix, that now makes the capital so attractive. URBAN ART WEEK is committed to their recognition and networking and ennobles the local scene with a gold medal – because Urban Art has actually earned this here for a long time. The program booklet with a city map, a website and a broad publicity campaign in German and English will accompany the week from 5 to 12 September 2018.

Further information under www.urbanartweek.de