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COLLABORATION // An Interview with Julian Weber

Interview by Göksu Kunak – in Berlin; Thursday, Aug. 06, 2015.

Sleek surfaces, pastel colors, minimal forms and abstract ideas; small head ventilators, watermelons, kitsch waterfall posters. A vibraphone played by a classical musician wearing old-school roller skates transforming into a performer with white sneakers sampling 90s hip hop live in another space…[read on…]

COLLABORATION // Conference Call: Talking with Collectives

Article by Alison Hugill – in Berlin; Monday, Aug. 03, 2015.

Experimental design collective ON/OFF has recently initiated a series of Conference Calls, to investigate the recent proliferation of art and architecture collectives worldwide. Following the nomination of 18-member-strong, London-based collective…[read on…]

Sound Spectrum // An Interview with Video Jam

Interview by Celia Wickham // July 24, 2015
Founded only a few years ago in 2012, Video Jam has quickly distinguished itself as one of the most innovative arts events in the North West of England. Taking place predominantly in arts and cultural institutions around Manchester[read on]


Sound Spectrum // Deeper Into The Soft Moon

Article by Melissa Pink // July 23, 2015
Berlin Art Link recently caught up with the gothic, synth-pop, post-punk band The Soft Moon and discussed their new album, Deeper, over beers in frontman and creator Luis Vasquez’s current base in[read on]


BLACK CRACKER

Article by Arielle Bier, Photos by Ériver Hijano // July 13, 2015
Black Cracker aka Ellison Renee Glenn is a man of many talents. With a pluralistic vision, he’s breaking down barriers in the music industry, expanding the[read on]


Sound Spectrum // An Interview with Lundahl & Seitl

Interview by Alison Hugill in Berlin // Jul. 09, 2015
In July everyone in Scandinavia seems to go on mandatory vacation. Even in the art world, where the lines between work and non-work are constantly being blurred, it’s important to follow suit. As a result,…[read on]


Art & Feminism // An Interview with Maja Cule

Interview by Evanna Folkenfolk // Jun. 27, 2015
To start with stock photography is a kind of bravery. Some don’t pull it off, though the intent is there — the regurgitation of culture, an imbroglio of imagery from the modern world — and what you see is what it is:…[read on]