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* [https://www.facebook.com/freehome.mvz/ Freehome]
 
* [https://www.facebook.com/freehome.mvz/ Freehome]
 
* [[GlogauAIR]], project space, Kreuzberg, *2006
 
* [[GlogauAIR]], project space, Kreuzberg, *2006
* [https://hausderstatistik.org/ Haus der Statistik], *2015
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* [https://hausderstatistik.org/ Haus der Statistik], Mitte, *2015
 
* [https://www.facebook.com/pg/HBC-Berlin-338634579928/ .HBC], club, Mitte
 
* [https://www.facebook.com/pg/HBC-Berlin-338634579928/ .HBC], club, Mitte
 
* [https://www.facebook.com/hibikispace/ Hibiki], cultural space for contemporary art and music, Gesundbrunnen, *2018
 
* [https://www.facebook.com/hibikispace/ Hibiki], cultural space for contemporary art and music, Gesundbrunnen, *2018
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* [https://archipel.community/ Archipel], community radio
 
* [https://archipel.community/ Archipel], community radio
 
* [[Artkillart]], label, *2007
 
* [[Artkillart]], label, *2007
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* [http://artsoftheworkingclass.org/ Arts of the Working Class], street journal, *2018
 
* [[Backyard Radio]], *2007
 
* [[Backyard Radio]], *2007
 
* [[Bausteln]]
 
* [[Bausteln]]

Latest revision as of 15:09, 24 February 2021

Initiatives[edit]

Venues
Art museums and centres
Past venues

-able (gallery, -2014), Altes Finanzamt (Neukölln, -2015), Antje Øklesund (audiovisual laboratory, -2017), A Public Library (Kreuzberg, 2015), Automaten (club, 2001-2004), Enblanco Projektraum (project space, Kreuzberg, 2009-2013), Fischbüro (cultural club, 1986-1989), Galerie René Block (1964-1979), General Public (sound art gallery, 2005-2015), Intersoup (music venue, Prenzlauer Berg), Kunstfabrik (culture space, 2002-2008), LEAP (Mitte, 2011-2015), M12, Maria am Ostbahnhof (club), Media Arts Lab Künstlerhaus Bethanien, NK (2009-2015), Or Gallery Berlin (2010-2015), Pflüger68 (exhibition space, 2007-2015), pickledfeet (Mitte, -2008), Pirate Cinema Berlin, Podewil centre (1992-2004), Quiet Cue (2009-2016), Raum (Wedding, 2006-2007) Raum18 (Neukölln, 2009-2010), Singuhr Hoergalerie (sound art gallery, 1996-2014), Spektrum (art & science community space with makerlab, 2014-2019) [1], Stattbad (culture centre, Wedding, 2001-2015), Stralau 68, Tesla (media art lab, 2005-2007), tmp (artistic project spaces, 2007-2011), Underground Zero (club, *2007), White Rabbit (gallery & music venue, -2012), Zentrale-Randlage (2005-2007).

Initiatives with no permanent event venue

Events[edit]

Past events

Academy programs[edit]

Hermann von Helmholtz-Zentrum für Kulturtechnik HU, Institut für Zeitbasierte Medien UDK, Institut für transmediale Gestaltung UDK, Film- und Medienkunst ADK (*1984), Audiovisual Communication GWK UDK, Medientheorien IMM HU.

Art workers[edit]

Publications[edit]

  • Théo Lessour, Berlin sampler, Paris: Ollendorff & Desseins, 2009, 354+[11] pp. (French)
    • Berlin Sampler: From Cabaret to Techno: 1904-2012, A Century Of Berlin Music, trans. Sean Kearney, Berlin: Ollendorff, 2012, 365 pp.
  • Burkhard Beins, Christian Kesten, Gisela Nauck, Andrea Neumann (eds.), Echtzeitmusik Berlin: Selbstbestimmung einer Szene / Self-Defining a Scene, Hofheim am Taunus: Wolke, 2011, 416 pp. [5] (German)/(English)
  • Felix Denk, Sven von Thülen, Der Klang der Familie, Suhrkamp, 2012, 423 pp. Online companion. (German)
    • The Sound of Family: Berlin, Techno and the Reunification, Books on Demand, 2014. [6]
  • Stefanie Seidl, Wolfgang Farkas, Heiko Zwirner (eds.), Nachtleben in Berlin: 1974 bis Heute, Metrolit, 2013. (German)
  • Kati Krause, Ole Schulz, "Our Own Private Germany", Matter, 8 Nov 2014. On squatting in 1990s Berlin.
  • Sven Marquardt, Die Nacht ist Leben: Autobiographie, Ullstein, 2014, 224 pp. [7] (German)
  • Peter Cusack, Berlin Sonic Places: A Brief Guide, ed. DAAD Artists-in-Berlin Program, Hofheim am Taunus: Wolke, 2017, 96 pp. Audio recordings. [8]


Cities
alternative base

Amsterdam, Bergen, Berlin, Bratislava, Budapest, London, New York City, Oslo, Paris, Prague, Rotterdam, Seoul, Tokyo, Vienna, Warsaw, Zagreb