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surplus living group exhibition

Tom Cameron reporting from Berlin I’d been trying hard all week to get my head around the idea that I was back in Berlin with no job and an ebbing creative energy, so I felt reassured by a show titled Surplus Living as it chimed with my current mood. I arrived at the opening and


CTM Festival: Discontinuity

Matteo Giordano Reporting from Berlin CTM is a prominent international festival dedicated to contemporary electronic, digital and experimental music and sound creation, as well as the diverse range of artistic activities and social practises that develop within and connect to those audio cultures. Since 1999 it takes place concurrently and cooperatively with the transmediale –


Nolan Gerard Funk

Photos by Giacomo Cosua We wanted to publish some photos from the last Venice Biennale Festival about the young actor Nolan Gerard Funk, who played in the movie “The Canyons” directed by Paul Schrader, with Lindsay Lohan and James Deen. The young actor in these last months has been photograph in many different magazine, such


The Drowned Man – A Hollywood Fable

Edited by: Online Editor – Art and Culture Department The Drowned Man: A Hollywood Fable is like an incredible, unique theatrical adventure. The journey unfolds in a mechanism that is difficult to keep together and impossible to describe, exactly like trying to keep your life together – which is also impossible to describe.

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Roskilde Festival: Eff This Noise, I’m Going Home. Finishing Off.

I realised two things when the festival was nearing its end: Your perception of a fun time changes through your adolescence to early adulthood and sleeping on bedrock is a whole lot comfier when you’re too sloshed to even care that you’re semi-spooning some dude. The former I realised when I was watching Metallica play

Roskilde DJ stage

5 Things You Have To Bring When Going To A Festival

At time of writing I actually just got home from a festival to pick up these things because I am male and therefore don’t think further than a couple of hours ahead. So this could not get any more real or authentic (so real I had to use two synonyms to describe the amount of


Vivre la Fête de la Musique

  „Fête de la Musique“, initiated in France in 1982, started to develop in Europe in 1985 with European Year of Music. Since 1995, the public and private bodies present have co-organised a European Music Fest, every 21st June, in order to show their will to foster improved knowledge of the current artistic realities in


Yakamoto Kotzuga presents his first Ep

Yakamoto Kotzuga is the first solo project by Giacomo Mazzucato, class ’94, a young producer from Venice, Italy. He started his musical career playing guitar and bass at the age of 14 with some local bands , at 16 he begins to take the first steps in electronic music Until now he has released his debut EP “rooms of emptiness” via Bad Panda Records, consisting of 4 tracks. He is currently working on a new ep and preparing his live set that will be performed with a live drummer.


galleria Upp presents: The Grammar of the body by Natalie LL

Born in Żywiec in 1937 Natalia LL studied at the State High School of Fine Arts in Wroclaw. Her works of art have been exhibited in important galleries in Poland and abroad, together with some of the most important body artists and performers, such as Marina Abramovic, Gina Pane, Anette Messager, Stephanie Oursler, Suzanne Santoro, Carolee Schneemann, Noemi Midan, Suzy Lake, and Orlan in institutions such as the Paris Biennale, the Sao Paulo Biennial of Contemporary Art, and the Centre Georges Pompidou in Paris.