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Tuesday 6th August – Thursday 8th August

Electropixel #9 in partnership with Acud Macht Neu and Loophole is proud to open spaces for exchange and participation in program of artists talks, performances, concerts and workshops that include artists from Nantes, Berlin and beyond.

 


 

Program
ACUD MACHT NEU

Tranformation of cinema
20:00-23:00 Tuesday 6th August 5€

LOOPHOLE

CONCERT : Grand Computer Orchestra invites local musicians to participate
20:00 Wednesday 7th August – 3€ ticket online or 4€ full price

ACUD MACHT NEU

ELECTRONOISE NIGHT
19:00 Thursday 8th August – 6€ ticket online or 8€ full price

WEST GERMANY VENUE

RadioArt Summer Camp Berlin
10:00 Saturday 10th August – 5€ ticket online

MACIEJ OZOG
MACIEJ OZOG
JDZAZIE
JDZAZIE
KURT LIEDWART
KURT LIEDWART
C-DRIK FERMONT
C-DRIK FERMONT
EDUARDO SMETANA
EDUARDO SMETANA
CE HEART & POSTPORN
CE HEART & POSTPORN
TENIANG
TENIANG
ELECTRONOISE NIGHT
ELECTRONOISE NIGHT
KASIA JUSTKA
KASIA JUSTKA
LOOPHOLE
LOOPHOLE
GOO – Grand Computer Orchestra
GOO – Grand Computer Orchestra
TRANSFORMATION OF CINEMA
TRANSFORMATION OF CINEMA
THE NOISER
THE NOISER
JENNY PICKETT
JENNY PICKETT
SOLAR RETURN
SOLAR RETURN
HARSH NOISE CONSORTIUM
HARSH NOISE CONSORTIUM
THEMANTA
THEMANTA

 


ELECTROPIXEL INTERNATIONAL

Events across several cities Electropixel International represents a series of events forming a network of action over a relatively long period (2 months), which proposes to engage different places across European cities, to present artistic forms in movement.
For this 9th edition, Apo33 plans to create an extended version of the festival in Nantes and elsewhere. Our desire today is to build a new approach to the festival in relation to the problems of our time :
• to participate in a greater decentralization of gallery spaces and arts venues
• to think and formalize new forms of propagation of artistic works.
• to transform the identified spaces into multiple nodal network for the diffusion of arts.
• to create new openings and crossroads for the artistic communities within which we work,
• to transcending geographical, technical and artistic boundaries.

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