Vorspiel

About

Vorspiel

transmediale and CTM's Vorspiel is a program of distributed partner events in the field of digital art and culture and experimental sound and music, where a variety of partner venues invite local and international audiences to a series of exhibition openings, performances, interventions, artist talks and special events across the city of Berlin.

A citywide program of events before and during the transmediale and CTM festivals.

Image Credit: Andrés Nieto Porras

Events

Exhibitions

6.03.21 00:00 to
13.04.21 00:00
What Could Possibly Go Wrong?
Format: exhibition
A collection of graphic design damaged by future climate change impacts by Visual Communication students at the UdK Berlin in the designtransfer outside showcase, UdK, Einsteinufer43. Between photogra...
27.03.21 00:00 to
25.06.21 00:00
RECOLLECTING FUTURES
Format: exhibition
synthesis gallery and Pylon Lab present RECOLLECTING FUTURES: a digital exhibition of works by three artists. The exhibition will go live on Mozilla Hubs March 27, 2021 and run through June 25, 2021. ...

Locations

Vilém Flusser Archive

Grunewaldstr 2–5
10823

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The archive identifies itself as an intersection in international research on Vilém Flusser, and endeavours to enhance accessibility of the work of this influential thinker. In addition to its own projects, such as the event and publication series International Flusser Lectures and the editions of the Bochum Lectures from 1991, the Vilém Flusser Archive seeks to promote and support international publications, scholarly and artistic work and events. The archive holds approximately 2500 manuscripts of essays and books by Flusser, all of his publications, as well as documents of his extensive correspondence. The majority of his texts, of which some are still unpublished, are in German or Portuguese; some are in English, French and Czech. In addition to this multi-lingual and heterogeneous body of work, the archive holds Flusser’s travel library, numerous image and audio documents, digital artifacts, as well as a growing collection of secondary literature and theses and dissertations on Flusser.