Tuned City Brussels – co-organised by Q-O2, workspace for experimental music and sound art is starting in collaboration with Sint Lucas Architectuur, Erasmus Hogeschool RITS/Radio, Sint Lukas Transmedia, a.pass and La Cambre (ENSAV) option Espace Urbain, with a series of lecture-events, artistic presentations, mini-residencies, university projects and workshops over […]
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I the frame of Wind as context - Wilderness Art Conference, Carsten Stabenow was invited to realize a site specific work for the soundroom/hai art project - a new space/residency place on the island Hailuoto in northern Finland.
Reflecting on the location – the history of the place as an old pilot station/observatory as well as […]
Mini Tuned City Nürnberg – Sounds of Muggenhof
11. bis 17. April 2011
As part of an interdisziplinary artist competition initiated by the city of Nürnberg/Germany Tuned City is going to realize a ‘mini-event’ in a very interesting part of the city called Muggenhof/Eberhardshof. The area is a mix of havitation and industrial architecture inbetween a […]
We are working on several new projects around tuned city.
TUNED CITY COLOGNE workshop to take place over the next several months at KHM envisioned as a starting point towards the creation of a long term project aimed at ISEA 2010.
For Tallinn 2011 (European Capital of Culture 2011) a tuned city edition is in preparation as […]
a first documentation of the sommercamp09 worshop program at House of World Culture Berlin and the performance of the john cage piece “variations VII” by :zoviet*france:, Matt Wand und Atau Tanaka at radialsystem Berlin can be found here:
We’re preparing a new project right now! sommercamp+workstation=2009 is meant as a practical example of the feasibility of a “laboratory for art and media in Berlin”. The starting point of the four-month project is the sommercamp from 10th to 16th of August - a module to work and generate ideas, with ten open workshops and […]
23. - 31. january 2009 / STRUCTURES – Backing-up Independent Audio-visual Cultures at Kunstraum Kreuzberg/Betahnien / club transmediale 2009
Lectures, presentations and discussions with: Peter Wicke (DE), Tobias Müller (DE), Christoph Gurk (DE), Tobias Rapp (DE), Silke Borgstedt (DE), Goodiepal (DK), Bill Drummond (UK), Diedrich Diederichsen (DE), Ultra-red (US), Maga Bo (US), Bnegeao (BR), Björn Gottstein […]
We’re happy to announce that Bill Drummond just confirmed his participation at “STRUCTURES – Backing-up Independent Audio-visual Cultures”.
With Partner Jimmy Cauty, Bill Drummond formed one of the most controversial and important bands of the century, The KLF.
Drummond is going to talk about his project The 17 in which he is exploring the basic questions of […]
Right now we are working on a discourse-, workshop- and exhibition programme for the 10th anniversary of club transmediale in Berlin. Under the title “STRUCTURES – Backing-up Independent Audio-visual Cultures” the festival wants to investigate into the structural foundations of independent music culture and the convergence of sound and media cultures.The program will highlight the the role of […]
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the german architecture magazine bauwelt writes in issue 33/2008 about the tuned city conference. we have to show you the original double page of the magazine here because on the right side you can read a little article about the ozeaneum - the museum which opened recently on the place where the garage […]