EVENTS CALENDAR

    HOW TO DRESS WELL DJ-SET

    Fri 27.07 22:00 // CLUB NIGHT // ACUD CLUB
    HOW TO DRESS WELL DJ-SET

    How To Dress Well presents a rare DJ set, including an exclusive opportunity to hear new material from his upcoming release with support from Philip FM & more TBA.
     
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    LINE-UP
     
    HOW TO DRESS WELL
    the experimental R&B artist presents a DJ set featuring new material
    https://soundcloud.com/howtodresswell
     
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    PHILIP FM
    of Berlin Community Radio
    https://soundcloud.com/philipfm
     
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    FR 27.7 // 22H // 5€
    ACUD CLUB // CLUB NIGHT
    HOW TO DRESS WELL DJ-SET
    DJ set including material from his upcoming new album

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    COLORAMA CLUBHOUSE WEEK

    Sat 28.07 18:00 // CLUB NIGHT, RELEASE // ACUD GALERIE
    COLORAMA CLUBHOUSE WEEK

    Release Weekend
     
    28th of July
    Book Release Party
    with poster exhibition opening
    DJ sets and visuals with Ruohan Wang & Molly Dyson
     
    29th of July
    Reading by Maren Karlson
    + special guest
    Music drinks and hangout
     
    All weekend BLOC BOOKS bookstand (with the finest selection of current comics and illustration zines, books and prints) and tattoos.
     
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    ABOUT
     
    CLUBHOUSE WEEK
    … is the second special summer edition of an ongoing collaboration project hosted by Aisha Franz and COLORAMA, publishing house and risoprinting-studio based in Berlin.
     
    11 artists mainly working in comics and illustration were invited to join an intensive workshop in Berlin to collaborate on a book together with other 11 contributing artists from afar.
     
    The participants in Berlin will be creating narrative work responding to poster illustrations which were handed in by the other participants before hand.
    The book including the work from all 22 artists will be (Riso-)printed, bound and released on this weekend!
     
    This book is made possible with the generous support by RISO Deutschland and Salzer.
     
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    Poster contributions by:
    Anna Deflorian, Boilingman, Cristina Daura, Conor Stechschulte, Griffin Riley Miller, Molly O’ Connell, Mike S Redmond + Faye, Coral Johnson, Olivier Schrauwen, Sammy Harkham, Adèle Verlinden, Molly Dyson.
     
    Berlin workshop guests:
    Andrea de Franco, Chris Harnan, Erlend Peder Kvam, Jay Daniel Wright, Jul Quanouai, Liva Kandevica, Lucie Lucanska, Marie Weber, Marijpol, Saehan Parc, Zane Zlemlesa
     
    More details soon will be announced soon.
    Follow Clubhouse Week on instagram (@coloramaclubhouse) to get an insight into the whole process or follow @coloramaprint for the regular studio updates.
     
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    SA 28.7 // 18H + SO 29.7 // 16H
    ACUD GALERIE // RELEASE + PARTY
    colorama presents:
    CLUBHOUSE WEEK
    RELEASE WEEKEND

    the second special summer edition of an ongoing collaboration project hosted by aisha franz and colorama
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    THE RUNNER

    Sat 28.07 19:00 // CONCERT, EXHIBITION // ACUD CLUB
    THE RUNNER

    “The light of the future casts the shadows of tomorrow” – Sun Ra
     
    “RUNNERS of the FUTURE” draws an unified fictional space in a dystopian metaphor of the generic city.
     
    LINE-UP
     
    ETHEREAL LOGIC [Slow life]
    BABY VULTURE [hybrid]
    ISH + SAM EY [live]
    SOHRAB AKA AHU [Shahr Farang]
    WHOANN [Minor Planet Music]
    ALEXANDRE DUPEYRON [RUNNER of the FUTURE-Visual Poetry]
    V/ [Visuals-Digital installation]
     
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    ABOUT
     
    ETHEREAL LOGIC
    Ethereal Logic is S.Moreira and Santi Uribe, two Berlin-based producers. S.Moreira is best known for his stripped-down house releases on Slow Life, which launched with his We All Are Fra! EP in 2013. Uribe is the crew’s in-house designer, but also dabbles in production (he remixed a track as Indi Zone from S.Moreira’s latest EP, Human Design, ). Moreira and Uribe have appeared as Ethereal Logic.
    https://soundcloud.com/slow-life/sets/sl011-tales-from-an
    https://www.residentadvisor.net/news.aspx?id=38585

     
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    BABY VULTURE
    When BABY VULTURE raises her many voices it’s like a call, pure, long and throbbing. She digs, she excavates. In an almost archeological manner, she keeps searching for distinct tones and noises that she turns into transportive collages where fragments of sound, space, and time come together. Like stories sung by sirens. BABY VULTURE was born in Guadalajara, Mexico. She studied fine art in London and is now based in Berlin. Somewhere along the way she almost lost her head over musique concrète, her heart to Cathy Berberian’s voice and to genre-bending DJing. She worked as a multimedia artist and released music under the alias Cornerbred, a collaboration with DJ Magda. Another fruit of their liaison is the Perm event series that blends sonic and visual experiences into an innovative aesthetic experience. Finally, for other plash and silent roar
    https://soundcloud.com/baby-vulture
     
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    ISH + SAM EY
    Electro-Acoustic live-collaboration between two Berlin-based producers after a few studio session shaped into unic mixed of their instruments, Viola, drums and various synths. ISH born in Swiss roots in Tunisia and living in Berlin, he started his dj career since early 2012, recently he takes up the A-side of ‘For Ever Friends’ Ep released on Partisan record label with two diverse offerings
    “Psychedelic Rocks” And “Terrae”.
    https://soundcloud.com/ismael-zouaoui
     
    Tehran-born musician Sam Ey became associated with music at a young age. Starting out as a viola player in symphonic, oriental and modern orchestras, Shortly thereafter he was connected to the Underground music scene in Tehran and became an indi-electro drummer, In early 2014 he joined the Tehran group ‘Langtunes’, in which he played drums on their album “Tehrantor” and their various European tour, He moved to Berlin in 2015 to learn more about the world of electronic music and is currently a solo electro-acoustic musician, producing music with viola, drums and his own sound design.
    https://www.facebook.com/sameyvaz/
     
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    SOHRAB AKA AHU
    Persian Ahu Karimi is a Berlin resident. He began his musical exploits in a punk band in Tehran but time and space and inertia have distilled his music into a rare spiritual essence, with a delicacy and evanescence like memory. He is running Record label “Shahr Farang” since 2013, his release on Third Ear Recordings “On The Run Ep” is like ether.
    https://soundcloud.com/shahr-farang
    https://soundcloud.com/third-ear-recordings/sets/ahu-on-the-run-ep

     
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    WHOANN
    Grew up in Buenos Aires, Argentina, started collecting records in the late nineties.In 2009, he moved to Europe. First, arrived at Barcelona where he dedicated his time to enlarge his record collection. Whoann organized numerous after parties, playing long hours where he could develop his mixing skills. Six years later he moves to Berlin. After the release of his first vinyl, he got back to the studio and started a project with two friends under the name “Formas”. His sessions are based on a carefully chosen record selection in his bag, over 15 years of clubbing experience and his never-ending dedication and desire to learn and explore through sound. His latest project is a record label ‘Minor Planet Music’.
    https://soundcloud.com/who_ann
    https://soundcloud.com/minorplanetmusic

     
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    ALEXANDRE DUPEYRON
    Since 2006 we have become “homo urbanus”. For the first in history the majority of human beings are now living in vast urban areas, many in megacities and suburban extensions with populations of 10 million and more. In 2010, I moved to Singapore and started working on “Runners of the Future”. This series repeatedly took me to Seoul, Hong Kong, Tokyo, Taipei, Shanghai and Beijing many times. Regardless of the city, it is the same absurd flight, the same noisy silence. I keep only an imprecise trace, a blurry image, like a distorting mirror we are all reflected in. This essay is creating a fictional megalopolis, as visual poetry, a photographic narrative questioning modernity and the position of mankind in concrete jungles. “Runner of the future” draws a unified fictional space in a dystopic metaphor of the generic city.
     
    Alexandre Dupeyron is a Franco-German independent photographer. Graduated from the Emi-CFD, Living and working between Paris, Berlin and Casablanca; after four years spent in Morocco to cover all Africa, two years in Singapore to cover Asia and one year in India. In his fine art photography, Alexandre focuses on the thin line between the visible and invisible, tangible and intangible. Through his discerning use of blur, he strives to extract from reality, a fragile instant of beauty and grace.
    https://www.alexandre-dupeyron.com/
     
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    V/
    Timur Novikov is a Russian Media Artist based in Berlin. He moved to Berlin in 2015 as a freelance artist after studying architecture in Moscow. Through Urban Studies he started his own artistic project, where he analyses and creates sound and visual language systems of cities.
     
    As a visual artist he works with light and analog visuals as well as generative digital graphics. He combines digital and analog mediums, and creates a tool to interact sound with light. His last kinetic sculpture based on part software programming and part hardware was powered by addressable LED light and servo motors. From 2016 he started to work with Berlin based labels Perm Records and Innervisions Records as visual and sound artist. He also visually curated Mass X, an art festival organized by Supportico Lopez Gallery and The Performance agency.
    https://www.facebook.com/O0630O/?timeline_context_item_type=intro_card_work&timeline_context_item_source=1212604408
     
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    SA 28.7 // 19H // 7-10€
    ACUD CLUB // CONCERT
    THE RUNNER:
    ETHEREAL LOGIC // BABY VULTURE // ISH + SAM EY
    SOHRAB AKA AHU // WHOANN // ALEXANDRE DUPEYRON

    fictional spaces and dystopian metaphors
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