Art Bei Ton brings techno, VJ performances and visual arts installations to Urban Spree's multiple rooms.
Otoko - 音庫 (Le Pas-Sage)
Jessica Kert (zv_k) live
Justine Perry (Art Bei Ton)
Adc-303 (live) (Le Pas-Sage)
Mokavenko - MOKKA (Le Pas-Sage)
Lea Occhi (Spectrum)
Vincenzo Albano (Art Bei Ton)
Shintaro Yamaguchi (Art Bei Ton)
Rorschach (Le Pas-Sage)
Ones. (Bipølar. / Duat Records)
« Sleep Comes Tomorrow » by Jérôme Clément-Wilz
(Vf with English subtitles)
« Rave party: how is the situation today in Paris, Berlin or Japan?"
Art Bei Ton x Le Pas-Sage
Friday 8th February 2019
at Urban Spree
Art Bei Ton x Le Pas-Sage is a collaborative event between the Berlin-based event series, Art Bei Ton, mixing electronic music with visual arts, and Le Pas-Sage, a party crew from Paris.
This event is the occasion for us to gather together and create an unique vibe, listing to some great Techno, Ambient and Experimental lives and DJ sets, as well as enjoying visuals with VJing, video exhibition and visual installation.
For this special occasion, we’ll project the Berlin premier of the documentary « Sleep Comes Tomorrow » by Jérôme Clément-Wilz, who followed Le Pas-Sage for several months while they were looking for hidden places to organize rave parties.
We’ll also talk about « Rave party: how is the situation today in Paris, Berlin or Japan? » through a 30min panel.
Still focusing on curating an ethic and international line up, we mixed our Le Pas-Sage raver folks from Paris with our Art Bei Ton residents, as well as some great new faces.
On the main floor, we’ll have the pleasure to welcome two live performances from Jessica Kert and ADC-303, as well as Techno sets from Justine Perry, Otoko, Mokavenko and Lea Occhi for her premiere in Berlin.
On the 2nd floor, we’ll start with an Ambient set from Vincenzo Albano, followed by Shintaro Yamagoshi, Ones. and Rorschach.
Not only sharing music, but visuals are also playing a big part in this night concept. Two VJing performances from Sasha Smirnova and Lucy Williams will take over the main floor. You’ll also find our unmissable video exhibition on 2000s TV, featuring the work of Lucy Williams, Sig Valax and Melle Skärfstad
Last but not least, a visual installation from ELCID VS will take place in the downstairs room.
10€ tickets on RA
13€ on site