Babylon Berlin: Note on the use of Ruttmann’s abstract movies

The TV series Babylon Berlin, which portrays the criminal, economical and political milieus of Berlin at the end of the 1920s, uses abstract cinema from the early 1920s for its closing credits. The material is by Walter Ruttmann, who also showed it in ...

Weiterlesen Babylon Berlin: Note on the use of Ruttmann’s abstract movies

Experimental music festivals in Austria. Part I: DONAUFESTIVAL

In Austria there are plenty of festivals that showcase experimental and (post-)club music. Plus something else. In the following series I will discuss three of them. They happen in springtime: donaufestival (Krems), Hyperreality (Vienna) and the Heart ...

Weiterlesen Experimental music festivals in Austria. Part I: DONAUFESTIVAL

Berlin October 12th: Philosophy Unbound #18 Dark Matter(s)

The Shituationist Institute proudly presents: PERFORMANCE //Lucas Elliot Fakegruber – Dark Surfaces. Inside the Rave Situation The uniformity of the rave situation is the basis for precise deviance. Entrusting oneself to the concept: After settin...

Weiterlesen Berlin October 12th: Philosophy Unbound #18 Dark Matter(s)

The Art Historian of Post-Modern Life

Dean Kissik writes for the Spike magazine about politicans and other non-artists as artists or about the dynamics that unfold once you start thinking about non-artists as artists.¹ Here are two quotes from the text and a shituationist reply. Glenn Beck, practises something similar and has very often been described as a “performance artist” himself.…

Weiterlesen The Art Historian of Post-Modern Life