• #Communities
  • #LC Lab
25 July 2017 | 19:30

LC Lab #20: LC Lab meets VJ women workshop community

Live Cinema Lab meets VJ Women Workshop community


Hands-on session of the LC Lab (Live Cinema Lab), a place for audio-visual experimentation. LC Lab is a community where audio and visual artists can meet, create and play new work together.


We are happy to welcome for this event some participants of the VJ Women Workshop initiated in Spektrum on the last 4 months for a special collaboration evening. Join us also as a performer or as a visitor for this sharing evening !

  • #Communities
  • #Artgames
24 July 2017 | 19:30

★ ąяţǥąʍ€$ XV ★

ąяţǥąʍ€$ is a community event for anybody and everybody interested in game culture/design/technology in the creation of experimental/non-commercial work. In this meetup, we are excited to be showcasing a new collaborative project from the artgames community, plus maybe some extra goodies!

  • #Smell Lab
24 July 2017 | 19:30 - 22:00

Smell Lab #21

Community meeting


/ summer potluck


/ new smell-projects & ideas


/ excerpts of video-docs about smell

23 July 2017 | 20:00

Light Movement 23: OPEN DOORS curated by Ute Aurand & Peter Todd

Light Movement 23: OPEN DOORS curated by Ute Aurand & Peter Todd


Every year or two Ute Aurand and Peter Todd meet up to continue a filmic conversation. OPEN DOORS is their third program curated together. A film by the Scottish filmmaker Margaret Tait is often shown as a reference to how Aurand and Todd's joint interest in her work fIrst brought them together. In OPEN DOORS they have selected films in which the filmmakers' observations and feelings become visible beyond obvious narratives.

  • #xenoentities
21 July 2017 | 20:30

XEN presents American Spectral History #333

XenoEntities Network (XEN) presents AMERICAN SPECTRAL HISTORY, by Nadia Granados (Colombia/Mexico) and Amber Bemak (United States), a queer multimedia performance about terrorism and xenophobia, relationships between the United States and Latin America, and resistance to large-scale patriarchal power.

Program curated by Pedro Marum and Rita Macedo

20 July 2017 | 20:00

TU Students in Audiokommunikation & Diemo Schwarz #332

Presentations of works from current Edgar Varèse guest professor class on corpus-based concatenative synthesis

The students will present compositions, installations and live performances using corpus-based concatenative sound synthesis elaborated during the seminar by this semester's DAAD Edgar Varèse guest professor for computer music Diemo Schwarz.

19 July 2017 | 20:00


An evening with The Society for Nontrivial Pursuits (students, alumni and associates of the class Generative Art / Computational Art at UdK Berlin): an exploration of the possibility spaces of feedback systems, chaotic circuits, social systems and/or computer programs for experimental performance.

  • #movLab
18 July 2017 | 19:30

movLab #16

Community meeting of the movLab - a place for researching ways to digitize motion and the human body and to make the data accessible for further use in VR, gaming, stage performance or art. 

  • #Sonic code sessions
18 July 2017 | 19:30

SCS #41

The Sonic Code Sessions aim to provide a time and place for self directed and collaborative learning + experimentation. If you would like to free yourself from the limitations that come with traditional music software, this is for you! We occasionaly do jam sessions and plan group performances.

17 July 2017 | 19:30


Learn and teach how to use basic cryptography tools in a relaxed and respectful atmosphere.

No prior knowledge required: curiosity, wanting to learn, asking questions is all that's needed.

Bringing your laptop or smartphone would be useful. CryptoParties are always for free. 

  • #xenoentities
16 July 2017 | 20:30

XEN presents 'Tell Me When You Die' trilogy #330

XenoEntities Network (XEN) presents TELL ME WHEN YOU DIE trilogy, by Nadia Granados (Colombia/Mexico) and Amber Bemak (United States), explores how geopolitical mechanisms of power, such as imperialism and globalization, mediate relationships and intimacy, bodies and sexual encounters, through their own relationship as two female lovers.

The screening will comprise the first two parts of the trilogy TELL ME WHEN YOU DIE, while the third part is still in the making. After the screening there will be a Q&A with the artists.

Program curated by Pedro Marum and Rita Macedo

  • #DIY electronics
12 July 2017 | 18:00 - 23:00

Berlin Modular Session 11 – BYOK part troix

Do you have that one kit you never dare to touch? Grab it and come over – build it with us. We will bring the tools, you bring the kit – and leave with a wonderful new toy for your modular synth. Solder in a splendid community and enjoy cold beverages (also hot if you want).

  • #xenoentities
10 July 2017 | 20:00

XEN - Assemblage #5

We invited Ricke Merighi, film programmer working with Queer Lisboa, to join Pedro Marum, from XEN, to talk about two film programs they’ve co-curated: ‘Queer Topographies’ and ‘Sex Economics’, screened in Queer Lisboa and in the International Conference of Critical Geography, in Ramallah, Palestine. They will screen one film picked from their programs which will serve as a trigger a conversation on how migration laws and marriage become instrumental in relationships and intimacy while trying to meet bureaucratic demands.

  • #performance
  • #sound art
08 July 2017 | 20:00

Sound Anatomy XV: Tom Arthurs & Radio Tweets (Wassermann/Ulher + Scott)

This will be the 15th and final concert in our current Sound Anatomy concert series in Berlin!

Radio Tweets is Ute Wassermann and Birgit Ulher's long running duet here augmented by Dr. Richard Scott and his electronic cable salad (modular syntheisizer) who will open the evening. The second performance will be a rare trumpet solo from Dr Tom Arthurs

  • #performance
07 July 2017 | 20:00

Orphax // M. Kardinal & Monocube #325

Orphax - A performance of microtonal sound in the dark.

M. Kardinal & Monocube - The performance of M. Kardinal & Monocube is the first part of APPARITIONS series to reflect and embody elusive happenings beyond human's perception using analog technique. With progression APPARITIONS becomes ominous and bleak, the collaboration of M. Kardinal and Monocube is an immersive and compelling work, seamlessly bound together in an embrace of beautiful darkness.