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Concert with Jan St. Werner, Andi Toma (Mouse on Mars), Olivia Block, DeForrest Brown Jr., Forbes Graham, Bonnie Jones: Escape from America | The Disappearance of Music

A telematic Berlin-US jam session: Jan St. Werner and Andi Toma from Mouse on Mars bring together multimedia artist Olivia Block, theorist Brown Jr., trumpeter Forbes Graham and improv musician Bonnie Jones and very different styles into harmony – from found and electronic sounds to words and video. More about the event


Holly Herndon, Mat Dryhurst & Frances Stonor Saunders: Interdependence | The Disappearance of Music

Avantgarde, Cold War and CIA – Herndon and Dryhurst have invited historian Frances Stonor Saunders for a conversation and taping of their podcast Interdependence: What was the relationship between the CIA and intellectual movements during the Cold War? What did they have to do with promoting avant-garde music? More about the event

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CC: World | Claudia Rankine & John Lucas: Situation 11

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CC: World | Black Brown Berlin: Live, Chile

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The White West: Whose Universal?

How is the legacy of colonialism expressed in language? In the first two episodes of the podcast, Ana Teixeira Pinto talks with Nikhil Pal Singh and David C. Lloyd about the aspect of fascism and the category of race in today’s US politics as well as about universalism, modernity and the regulative function of aesthetics. More about the project



The White West: Whose Universal?

How is the legacy of colonialism expressed in language? In the first two episodes of the podcast, Ana Teixeira Pinto talks with Nikhil Pal Singh and David C. Lloyd about the aspect of fascism and the category of race in today’s US politics as well as about universalism, modernity and the regulative function of aesthetics. More about the project

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