Line-up /Four Tet, Dan Deacon, Glass Candy, Holy Fuck, Deadbeat, Mount Sims, OM, Scuba, Joris Voorn, Ryoji Ikeda, Cobblestone Jazz, Funckarma, Rustie, 2562, Aoki Takamasa, Planningtorock, Kelpe, Thomas Köner, Mount Kimbie, Desire, Stu, Deetron, The Mole, FaltyDL, Senking, Jackson, Mika Vainio, Charlemagne Palestine, Ecstatic Sunshine, Skinnerbox, Dan Friel, Jacob Kirkegaard, FM3, Sinden, Brackles, Etienne Jaumet, Daniel Haaksman, Hildur Gudnadottir, Serengeti & Polyphonic, Pitto, Atom Tm, Keiji Haino, Ilpo Väisänen, Notic Nastic, Mike Simonetti, Apparatjik, Justin Bennett, Tikiman, Groupshow, Grischa Lichtenberger, Guido Moebius, Oni Ayhun, Loops Haunt, Habsyll, Italians Do It Better, Schlachthof Bronx, Andy Blake, Shenggy, Staalplaat Sound System, Jason Urick, Patric Cantani, dj sniff, Raster Noton, Noot, Ku Bo Feat. Joyce Muniz, NKH, Edwin Oosterwal, Ben Huang, Jurgen Reble/Thomas Köner, Modern Deep Left Quartet, Tok Tek, WiiJ Timski, Alex Nowitz, DJ Christian Candid, addSensor, Rejected ft Joris Voorn & Edwin Oosterwal
DISK / clubtransmediale
CTM.10 – OVERLAP
28 Jan - 7 Feb 2010
// WMF, HAU, Haus der Kulturen der Welt, HBC, various venues Berlin
CTM.10, the 11th edition of Berlin’s festival for Adventurous Music and Related Visual Arts, will take place under the theme OVERLAP – Structures II: Sound and Other Media from January 28 till February 7, 2010 at various venues in Berlin.
Please see individual events for line-up details!
See the full program here.
Tickets and passes for CTM.10 events, including combi-pass for transmediale.10 events too available here.
Go to our individual events on Resident Advisor here:
Thu, 28 Jan 10
Ctm.10: Opening Night - Jacob Kierkegaard, Transforma & Hiroaki Umeda
Fri, 29 Jan 10
Ctm.10: Planet 9 - Planningtorock, Hot Chip (Dj) - Italians Do It Better - Glass Candy, Desire
Sat, 30 Jan 10
Ctm.10: Heat - Drop The Lime, Sinden, Dj Manaia - Unquantised Bass - Rustie, Brackles & Falty DL
Sun, 31 Jan 10
Ctm.10: Enstatir Sunghife - Keiji Haino, Ecstatic Sunshine, Jason Urick & Groupshow - & Yokomono-Pro
Mon, 01 Feb 10
Ctm.10: Output Static - Keiji Haino/ilpo Väisänen/mika Vainio, Michael Wertmüller & Apparatjik
Tue, 02 Feb 10
Ctm.10: A Maze - Stu, Notic Nastic, Dj Christian Candid, Chris Sugrue & Damian Stewart/ Charlemagne Palestine (Transmediale.10 Opening Gala at HKW)
Wed, 03 Feb 10
Ctm.10: Monadic Zero - Om, Hildur Gudnadottir & Habsyll & "MAKING CONTACT" (The Documentary) In collaboration with M-nus @ Kino Babylon
Thu, 04 Feb 10
Ctm.10: Needles The Nerves - Dan Friel, Holy Fuck, Etienne Jaumet, Oni Ayhun - Extended Eclectics - Alex Nowitz, Dj Sniff / artificiel 'POWER' (@ HKW)
Fri, 05 Feb 10
Ctm.10: Cornucopia - Four Tet, Dan Deacon, Funckarma - Mutational Agents - Joker, Scuba, 2562, Mount Kimbie / Charlemagne Palestine (@ Französische Dom)
Sat, 06 Feb 10
Ctm.10: Continual Real-Time - The Modern Deep Left Quartet - Raster.Noton.Unun - Atom Tm, Aoki Takamasa, Senking, Ulf Eriksson, Grischa Lichtenberger
Sun, 07 Feb 10
Ctm.10: After Hour - A Green Oddysee with Joris Voorn, Edwin Oosterwal, Pitto & Deetron
Sun, 07 Feb 10
Ctm.10: Myths Of The Near Future - Earts Shanghai Showcase
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Neat routine has never been CTM’s style, and in 2010, with new themes and new venues at Alexanderplatz, it again will be entering unknown territory. The festival’s blend of club nights, performances and concerts will be staged at the shiny, newly reopened WMF, with performances by exciting contemporary artists from undefined convergence zones between out-pop, experimental music, noise, art and media technologies. The daytime program will run nearby at .HBC with a dense series of lectures, workshops, panel discussions, with installations and the new lounge as a central meeting place for festival visitors. And, not least, improving the transport connections with our paralleling sister festival, transmediale, which takes place from February 2 to February 7, 2010. A joint program featuring top-class audiovisual projects at Haus der Kulturen der Welt and the joint approach to the transmediale award emphasize the increasingly close ties between the two festivals.
OVERLAP – SOUND & OTHER MEDIA
With the theme OVERLAP – Sound & Other Media, the festival continues the discussions begun during the highly praised jubilee edition in January 2009 regarding the situations, terms and future prospects of self-determined music creation and experimental audiovisual cultures. While the focus in 2009 was on the internal structures of independent music and media cultures, OVERLAP will broaden the scope to interfaces between music and other creative and economic fields. CTM.10 takes a critical look at the opportunities and risks of developments where media and creative disciplines melt increasingly together, and where previously fixed roles are now in motion. The discussion on how mutations in music culture should be framed continues.
OVERLAP – Sound & Other Media, is not only CTM.10’s festival theme, but also the second instalment of the two-year project STRUCTURES – Backing-up Independent Audio-visual Cultures.
The music program will take place at WMF with an individual focus each night, involving competent partners to present thematic programs, e.g. on the convergence of music and computer games curated by the A MAZE. Interact Festival. A series of special concerts at various venues complements the program, including two days of outstanding performances at the HAU 2 theatre, presented in collaboration with the Context#7 festival for contemporary dance. Maverick composer Charlemagne Palestine is invited to play the grand Tiergarten Carillon and the organ of the Französischer Dom. Both performances are part of a string of outstanding concerts and av-performances conceived in collaboration with transmediale, featuring amongs others Ryoji Ikeda, Thomas Köner and Atom TM. The festival will close with an after hour at the Panoramabar of Berlin's famous Berghain club, made in collaboration with Extrema, Joris Voorn's Green Label and TodaysArt Festival from the Netherlands.
Like in the previous year, the daytime program – this time at HBC – takes the form of a thematic laboratory. With a dense series of talks, lectures and discussions it will explore the various aspects of the OVERLAP-theme. Workshops with international artists and practioners will give festival-visitors the opportunity for hands-on experiences.
The CTM-Festival-Lounge, also at HCB, serves a the social hub during the days of the festival, where participants and visitors can meet, exchange or work on their projects.
The two day Creative Independents Network Market will take place for the second time. On February 5 and 6, projects, companies and initiatives active in promoting independent sound and media cultures are invited to present their activities and projects to colleagues and the general public.
Within the context of the festival a number of exhibitions will be presented. The A MAZE. Interact Festival will show an exhibition of computer games that are all about music and sound at the festival's daytime venue HBC. Around the corner at SPA 2, the media art space from The Hague will present media art installations. In addition, transmediale will present a number of installation projects in close proximity at the Hungarian Art Center CHB and the Instituto Cervantes. The initiative La Condition Japonaise will present new works by japanese sound and media artists at the project space General Public. Detailed information on the exhibitions and the shown works will be available soon.