TEN CITIES 2012 -2014
Ten cities, two continents, three disciplines: The project TEN CITIES teams up about 50 DJs, producers and musicians from Berlin, Bristol, Johannesburg, Cairo, Kiev, Lagos, Lisbon, Luanda, Nairobi and Naples, enabling them to produce music together and exchange their knowledge about the club scenes in their countries. At the same time, a research project will use the perspective of club cultures to explore and investigate the term of the public sphere: 23 researchers will work on essays and studies about those partly unknown music scenes and their sub cultures; ten photographers will capture the same on an artistic level.
TEN CITIES is organized by Goethe-Institut Kenya, Adaptr.Org, C/O Berlin, Centre of Postcolonial Studies at the University of Naples, Italy and a network of partners in ten cities
BORDER MOVEMENT 2012
Border Movement is a platform that aims to encourage interaction between the electronic music scenes of South Asia and Germany
Soundcamp is organized in cooperation with Goethe-Institut Delhi, Goethe Institute Colombo, Wild City
Adaptr.org is a Berlin based community of cultural activists & musicians connected with a global network of artists, filmmakers, journalists, musicians and institutions.
Adaptr.org initiates and organizes intercultural and interdisciplinary projects.
Andi & Hannes Teichmann
SOUNDCAMP SOUTHASIA 2012
From 27th July to 12th August 2012 a selection of 10 South Asian and 7 German electronic music artists spent two weeks of creative time together at Ruskin Island/ Sri Lanka to exchange their knowledge and ideas, form alliances and work together.
Soundcamp is organized in cooperation with Goethe-Institut Delhi, Goethe Institute Colombo.
SOUNDCAMP – UNBOX EDITION
SoundCamp- Unbox Edition will run from 5 – 10 February 2013, and is curated & co-hosted by Border Movement and BLOT! In contrast to SoundCamp in Sri Lanka which took place surrounded by the lush green backwaters of Colombo, SoundCamp @ UnBox will take place in the urban smog of bubbling south Delhi as part of India’s leading festival for interdisciplinary creative output UnBox Festival.
Eight selected SoundCamp participants and four local instrumentalists will work in two ad-hoc studios set up on the festival site. They will compose together and record instrumentalists who’ve been invited by UnBox Festival. The aim is to produce and eventually release an UnBox EP and also to showcase some of the fruits of their labour during a collaborative live performance at the 10th February. The participants will also contribute to UnBox Festival’s GamesLab fellowship by creating a bank of sounds and scores for the video-games being programmed.
BLNRB 2009 -2011