The official story of Get Physical Music, one of the most appreciated Berliner label by audiences and professionals in the international clubbing scene, Beatport best-selling, started in 2002. In [...]
This year ìThe Influencersî promises to be a very exciting festival, but being quite honest, when on earth†has it ever disappointed? Or, hasnít it positively surprised those people who visited it for the first time? [...]
For Brighton Festival 2013, guest directed by Michael Rosen, Lighthouse is presenting two projects that illustrate how contemporary military technology both enables acts of disappearance, and also conceals the [...]
The fourth MediaCity reflects on pluralities and globalities, on MEDIACITIES everywhere. What new lines of inquiry and emergent relations between urbanity and digital media are found in non-Western cities, [...]
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