As in past years, CTM presents work that challenges the boundaries and affordances of various media.
Sound and performance artists Nguyễn + Transitory present work-in-progress Bird Bird, Touch Touch, Sing Sing, an immersive site-specific performance initially developed at HAU Hebbel Am Ufer within “Residenzen Berlin – Detroit – Berlin” during the HAU-Festival “Detroit – Berlin: One Circle”. Together they explore Southeast Asian and diasporic queer histories; and (de)colonial approaches to sound, synthesis, noise, and rhythm.
Versatile producer Dasha Rush, actor and dancer Valentin Tszin, and visual artist Stanislav Glazov present Les Territoires Éphémères, an audiovisual piece that explores inconsistencies in memory and perception across generative imagery, movement, and abstract poetry.
Nguyễn + Transitory appear as part of Nusasonic, an initiative of Goethe-Institut Southeast Asia that is collaboratively curated by Yes No Wave (Yogyakarta), WSK Festival of the Recently Possible (Manila), Playfreely/Black Kaji (Singapore), and CTM Festival (Berlin).
Valentin Tszin is a Russian-born artist and dance researcher based in Berlin. His method draws on the forms and fundamental principles of dramatic theatre, taekwondo, butoh, and throat singing. Tszin's body of work varies greatly in scale; he works across a contrasting range of formats, from ascetic solos to intricate group concepts. His projects have been presented to diverse audiences internationally.
Video artist, music producer, and photographer Stanislav Glazov merges together digital animation and interactive visuals. As head of Licht.Pfad studio, he weaves together his interests in techno and fashion. Glazov has been active as an artist in Berlin for over fifteen years.
Russian-born Dasha Rush is a composer, producer, sound artist, and DJ. She has released music on influential imprints Sonic Groove and Raster Noton, and runs her own label, Fullpanda.
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