Filed under: live reviews | Tags: demdike stare, emptyset, ghedalia tazartes, jarr moss, keith fullerton whitman, kfw, mark fell, pan, tm404
Exhibitions, workshops, screenings, afternoon talks and up to five or six concerts every evening/night taking place in six different venues during seven days: a group of unemployed music fans or carefree students couldn’t make it all, and I’m not even talking about the other partner festival, Transmediale, occuring at the same time. “Gloriously overloaded” as they say, CTM is one big sprawling superfunded festival dedicated to non-mainstream and less supported music. This year focusing on the theme of The Golden Age the curators wants us to, quote unquote, reflect on the (over-)abundance of music in the modern world, and its consequences for individuals, aesthetics, politics, and economy. Not able to take in this year’s overload of music, here’s what I managed to attend.
> TM404 > Emptyset > Jarr Moss > Mark Fell > Keith Fullerton Whitman > Demdike Stare > Ghedalia Tazartès
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