Starting Friday 24.1., CTM 2014 – Dis Continuity invites you to a variety of opening events all throughout the weekend – most of them free of charge. Looking forward to seeing you there!
Generation Z : ReNoise
Kunstraum, Fri 24.01.2014, 19:00, Tickets Free entrance
Sound Exchange Exhibition
HAU2 Foyer, Sat 25.01.2014, 18:30, Tickets Free entrance
n_polytope – Behaviours in Sound and Light After Iannis Xenakis
Stattbad I, Sun 26.01.2014, 16:00, Tickets Free entrance
The CTM 2014 Radio Lab is dedicated to exploration and experimentation at the interface between the medium of radio and live performance. Two participative projects, co-commissioned by Deutschlandradio Kultur, ICAS, ECAS, Goethe-Institut, and CTM will premiere at the festival.
Walk That Sound
27.1. – 1.2.2014 // 18 – 19:00 daily // West Germany
Help create a moving urban sound portrait by scouting around Kottbusser Tor in Berlin-Kreuzberg with walkie-talkies.
∏-node will be broadcasting its hybrid radio stream online, 24 hours a day, from 24.1.–2.2.2014 via http://p-node.org. Both local Berliners and radio/hacker enthusiasts worldwide are invited to feed content (live music, streams, talks) into ∏-node’s diffusion stream as of 24.1. via an IRC (internet relay chat) on the group’s website.
Those in Berlin are invited to visit ∏-node at its week-long home in the Where is Jesus? café (20.1–2.2.2014, daily 11–22h), and to participate in the project by building radio transmitters and various devices such as small radios, cheap emitters/transmitters, and frequency jammers. The public is also invited to search for radio transmitters diffusing ∏-Node’s ongoing, 24-hour broadcasts. Transmitters will be placed in different locations in the Kreuzberg neighbourhood daily, and indicated on the p-node.org map.
A week’s worth of radio play will conclude at a joint closing performance: