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transmediale09 “Deep North” rundown

i finally managed to finish the summary of this years transmediale – it’s a tough job to create a span of all the topics the transmediale is covering, but i think it’s gives a rough idea, but see yourself:

comments welcome!

A walk through the exhibition with Stephen Kovats, Artistic Director of transmediale.09, Part 3

A walk through the exhibition with Stephen Kovats, Artistic Director of transmediale.09, Part 2

Interview with Alex Adriaansens and Siegfried Zielinski, transmediale advisory board members

Interview, Camera, Edit: Emanuel Andel

Corpora in Si(gh)te

by doubleNegatives Architecture


De:Bug is a German magazine for electronic music, with computers and there abilities… lets call this mag an electronic-live-style-survival-package (pff…out of breath) Couldn’t fit better, they just published the audio records of all “Club Transmediale” panels. And now you can find everything here.


A walk through the exhibition with Stephen Kovats, Artistic Director of transmediale.09

Part 1, interview in german

Six Appartements by Reynold Reynolds

interview with reynold reynolds 30/01/09 about his video installation six apartements. Winner of the transmediale 2009 distinction.

Interview: Peter Schlager
Camera: Florian Steinringer, Sophie-Carolin. Wagner
Edit: Sophie-Carolin. Wagner

light, sweet, cold, dark, crude

Ælabs – LSCDC Performance at Transmediale 2009, 30.1.

Interview with Gisèle Trudel and Stèphane Claude

Sonolevitation – Evelina Domnitch and Dmitry Gelfand with TeZ

“The Earth is the cradle of humanity, however, it is impossible to spend one’s entire life in a cradle.” This quote from Constantin Eduardovich Tsiolkovsky, a Russian rocket engineer, is the starting point for Evelina Domnitch and Dmitry Gelfand’s speculative performance on the suspension of gravity. The reduction of gravitational effects may evoke emancipatory associations, yet such conditions predominate in our universe. In a spacecraft, among the most efficient ways to transport nearly all gases, liquids, and powders, is by means of a phenomenon known as acoustic levitation. In Domnitch and Gelfand’s ‘Sonolevitation‘, slivers of gold are acoustically suspended by a standing wave. A microphone monitors the slivers’ modulation of the levitatory wave: the slightest change in the sliver’s position has highly audible consequences. Sonolevitation is the first in a series of projects by the artists which explore microgravitational, near-vacuous environments. The capacity to create artworks in such spaces, permits the actuation of altogether unforeseen optical and acoustic processes. Especially for this performance, the artists have joined forces with TeZ, who creates a live quadraphonic setting of Sonolevitation. (transmediale.de)

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