April 29th, 2010

Perfect Lovers, 1987-1990, by Felix Gonzalez-Torres

It reminds me of Alan Licht’s Album “A New York Minute“.

April 27th, 2010

Photograph by Matthieu Gafsou

It Is What It Is, It Was What It Was, 2008, Ron Terada

April 26th, 2010

ARK HOUSE by Axis Mundi, Madison Valley, Montana, USA

(New York, NY) April 21, 2010 – The design for this residence can be likened to the discovery of an archaic sailing vessel, beached on a mountainside, as if a great ocean receded in the ancient past….read more

April 25th, 2010

Food – Quiet Inlet

Food – Quiet Inlet

Food has defined a new kind of lyrical electro-acoustic improvisation in the course of its twelve year existence. Founded as a quartet in 1998, since 2006 the group has been a core duo of UK saxophonist Iain Ballamy and Norwegian drummer Thomas Strønen joined by guests for diverse projects. At the Molde Jazz Festival and the Oslo Blå club in 2007/8 their guests were trumpeter Nils Petter Molvaer, well known to ECM followers, and Austrian improvising guitarist Christian Fennesz, making his label debut. The resultant music, with melodic improvising, trancelike pulses, and shifting clouds of sound is highly attractive. via ECM

April 24th, 2010

The Radio Sessions – Electronic Beats On Air by Marcel Dettmann

The Radio Sessions
Electronic Beats On Air by Marcel Dettmann

“After a four-month hiatus, The Radio SessionsElectronic Beats On Air are back on Motor FM – just in time for the sunshine. As ever, The Radio Sessions will be on Motor FM each and every Thursday at 10 p.m. with weekly guests, who will be interviewed and provide an one-hour mix.

You will remember with our last series of radio sessions we welcomed guests such as Coldcut, Jesse Rose, Stimming and Simian Mobile Disco. This season looks even stronger.

To start proceedings we have none other that Marcel Dettmann. You may know him from his MDR label releases, perhaps you know him from remixing the likes of Ellen Allien or maybe you know him from any number of his worldwide DJ sets? The truth is, you most likely know him for his long standing Panorama Bar /Berghain residency, which he began when it opened its doors all the way back in 1999 (when it was called Ostgut). We couldn’t think of anyone better to start proceedings than one of the finest residents in the world, as we all know, the residents job is easily one of the hardest in club-land. We expect a fine session with Dettmann in his now celebrated, deep and dark style of techno.” text by Kazim Rashid

Tracklist :

1. Ellen Allien – Go (Marcel Dettmann Remix)
2. Dettmann/Klock – Places Like This (ostgut)
3. Marcel Dettmann – Captivate (ostgut)
4. Jeff Mills – Growth
5. SCB – From Within (Dettmann Mix)
6. Deuce – Twerp Wiz
7. Killing Joke – Unspeakable
8. Marcel Dettmann – Reticle
9. Dettmann – Home


April 21st, 2010

Work No. 336: FEELINGS by Martin Creed

April 20th, 2010

no, no, no, no , white & red neon, Stephan Brüggemann

think about it, white neon, Stephan Brüggemann

April 19th, 2010

Herbert recomposes Mahler

The UK experimentalist Matthew Herbert is next in line for Deutsche Grammophon’s acclaimed series of electronic remixes of classical music.

Deutsche Grammophon will release Recomposed by Matthew Herbert Mahler Symphony X on May 28, 2010.

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April 18th, 2010

State of Delusion | 2008, installation view, Erik Olofsen

April 17th, 2010

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April 16th, 2010


Ryumei Fujiki+Fujiki Studio, Aqua-Scape

This floating object was developed by Ryumei Fujiki in cooperation with students as a prototype of flowing,lightweight mobile architecture. via Detail

April 15th, 2010

Photograph by  Friederike von Rauch

April 13th, 2010

Photographs by Jennilee Marigomen

April 12th, 2010

Field Chapel in Boedigheim

April 11th, 2010

Carl Craig &  Innerzone Orchestra
Live In Rome – “Techno Is Ahead Of This Time”

April 9th, 2010

Primates by Ruben Brulat

April 8th, 2010

The Black Dog – The Vexing Remixes

Black Dog, The – The Vexing Remixes EP

Label: Soma Quality Recordings
Catalog#: SOMA279
Country: UK
Released:12 Apr 2010
Genre: Electronic
Style: Techno

1 Northern Electronic Soul (Claro Intelecto Snake Pass Mix)
2 CCTV Nation (Redshape Analog Mix)
3 Skinclock (Silicone Soul Mix)
4 Kissing Someone Else’s D.O.G. (Octogen Nightdrive Mix)

Northern Electronic Soul (Claro Intelecto Snake Pass Remix)

The Black Dog – Skinclock (Silicone Soul Remix)

The Black Dog – CCTV Nation (Redshape Analog Remix)

April 8th, 2010

Carl Craig, Francesco Tristano & Moritz von Oswald @ Royal Festival Hall,London 12-02-2010

Carl Craig, Francesco Tristano & Moritz von Oswald @ Royal Festival Hall
London 12-02-2010

April 7th, 2010

Quantec – Thought Experiment

[6ONE6CD07] Quantec – Thought Experiment

German recording artist Sven Schienhammer aka Quantec (Echochord, Styrax, !K7, Aesthetic Audio Detroit, Millions Of Moments), graces the 6ONE6 camp with 5 deep moving tracks. Thought Experiment is just that – an aural experiment into sound, that evokes subconscious thought. Those that know the Quantec sound, are familiar with the washed out grooves and sub‐leveled depths present in his soundscape. An excellent addition to a growing collective.


01 Antidote (Reshape)
02 Increased Awareness
03 Thought Experiment
04 Uninflected
05 Seismic

CAT. #: 6ONE6CD07
ARTIST: Quantec
TITLE: “Thought Experiment”
FORMAT: Compact Disc, Digital
GENRE: Electronic
RELEASE DATE: March, 2010

April 5th, 2010

Academy of Fine Arts Munich/Interior Design
The Third Room, Munich, Germany

The third room is made 1,5 million cable links. Cable links are usually associated with all kinds of mantages on site – which cables above ground and below, dealing with informention and energy transport. This installtion offers a sensuous experience in a nonverbal way, employing a commonly-used architecture material.

April 4th, 2010

Michael Elmgreen & Ingar Dragset
Powerless Structures, Fig. 122 (Two doors) (2000)
Wood, paint, steel chains, door handles, 217,5 x 103,5 cm each

Michael Elmgreen & Ingar Dragset
Elevated Gallery / Powerless Structures, Fig. 146 (2001)
Installation view, Statens Museum for Kunst, Copenhagen
530 x 575 x 340 cm

April 3rd, 2010

The Hayward Gallery, London, UK

As part of the ‘psycho Buildings’ exhibition at the Hayward, the life tunnel serves as a passage connecting two galleries. Its sections transform as people progress from crawling to walking,as if it were following a person’s life.

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