Cluster#13: See - Saw / Rie Nakajima solo exhibition

Cluster#13: See – Saw / Rie Nakajima solo exhibition

Cluster #13: See – Saw Rie Nakajima Solo Exhibition Opening Fr, 23/10/2020, 18:00 Uhr From 24 Oct to 11 Nov, Monday-Friday 14:00-18:00. Sat and Sun only by appointment. Labor Neunzehn Kiefholzstr. 19/20 12435 / Berlin Rie Nakajima Rie Nakajima is a Japanese artist working with installations and performances that produce...
A report by Silvio Lorusso about "All Sources Are Broken" at Urgent Publishing conference

A report by Silvio Lorusso about “All Sources Are Broken” at Urgent Publishing conference

Silvio Lorusso wrote a very accurate report on the “All Sources Are Broken” project that we presented during our workshop in Urgent Publishing conference organized by Institute of Network Cultures, ArtEZ University of the Arts  and Willem de Kooning Academy in Holland. If you want to know more here you can find the link: http://networkcultures.org/makingpublic/2019/05/22/all-sources-are-broken/...
"Everything Not Saved Will Be Lost" an article about "All Sources Are Broken" on Transmediale Journal

“Everything Not Saved Will Be Lost” an article about “All Sources Are Broken” on Transmediale Journal

“Berlin-based artist duo Alessandro Massobrio and Valentina Besegher, working under the name Atelier Labor Neunzehn, created the sprawling digital archival project All Sources Are Broken in playful response to the disjointed and dysfunctional web of sources and citations criss-crossing digital and print realms. Analyzing this project by tracing her own...
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Cluster #11

Cluster #11

DATE: 16 December 2018 // DOORS: 17:30 // CONCERT: 18:00 CLUSTER #11 Labor Neunzehn is very pleased to announce the closing concert of the 2018 Cluster series, with an exploratory programme for saxophone, percussion, voice and electronics. An informal portrait of the form, through diverse musical categories and approaches to the structure in musical composition: from minimalism to sensor-based...
Cluster #10

Cluster #10

DATE: 25 November 2018 // DOORS: 17:30 // CONCERT: 18:00 CLUSTER #10 Labor Neunzehn is glad to introduce the second to last concert of this years series. In this occasion we will present the work by the composer Kaj Duncan David with the text of Martin Lau, originally commissioned by the ensemble mosaik for an instrumental group, reduced and revised for this...
Die Tuba - ein Weg in die Zukunft

Die Tuba – ein Weg in die Zukunft

DATE: 2nd December 2018 // DOORS: 18:30 // CONCERT: 19:00 Die Tuba – ein Weg in die Zukunft Launch Concert “Contemporary Tuba Series” (Edition Gravis) Labor Neunzehn is pleased to host the launch concert of the Contemporary Tuba Series (Edition Gravis). Six works for solo tuba by Berlin-based living composers with guests from France and Great Britain performed by...
Cluster #9

Cluster #9

DATE: 11 November 2018 // DOORS: 17:30 // CONCERT: 18:00 CLUSTER #9 Labor Neunzehn in collaboration with Passepartout Duo presents in Berlin the electronics, field recording and video work Empty Spaces, by the composers-performers duo Yael&Nikos, developed on July 2018 in Nicosia Cyprus as a part of the ‘Interfaces’ residency for electronic music. To complete this first November Cluster (a second one will follow...
Cluster #8

Cluster #8

DATE: 28 October 2018 // DOORS: 17:30 // CONCERT: 18:00 CLUSTER #8 Labor Neunzehn is pleased to invite you to the opening concert of the 2018 Cluster series, with works for live electronics, trumpet and double neck lap steel guitar from the duo Eric Bauer & Carina KhorKhordina and the electroacoustic musician, guitar player, and composer Ame Zek (world premiere). An electroacoustic journey in...

Labor Neunzehn at Besides the Screen Conference

on July 5th Labor Neunzehn will be hosted in Porto to perform the live cinema production “Jenner” in the frame of “Besides the Screen Conference”. The 2018 Besides the Screen Conference examines questions surrounding the archiving and preserving of audiovisual materials in the 21st century. The topic of archiving and preservation has gained even more...