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 ...

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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...

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featured videos: We will fail – V2.06

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This is one of the best music videos I discovered since years. I find few minutes to write about this new project I recently listened for the first time. We will Fail is a project of artist Alexandra Grunhölz. She debuted with two part album called Vestorung released on MonotypeRec. Music of We will Fail…

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Short note on “Ancient Methods visit” Berghain Saturday March 19th 2016

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It has been a while since my last post about upcoming events in Berlin. A series of reasons for that. Berlin contemporary electronic music scene has dramatically commercialized last years. At least this is my opinion. Boring crowds, esoteric people, boring line ups, expensive fees compose the current situation. Perhaps I am getting a little…

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From Tiqqun to the Young Girl Reading Group. A shituationist art world oracle, including: Kony, De Kooning, dump.fm, DIS Magazine, Claire Fontaine, Bernadette Corporation, Chloë Sevigny, the black block and the Hilton hotel

Remember when all the hip art students were suddenly carrying around french insurrectionist literature by the Invisible Committee and Tiqqun? One could guess it was over in 2010, after that Fox news commercial (insurrectionism became mainstream?), all we can say is, that on the surface only some ironic ripples were left online. Netartists on dump.fm…

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