transmediale/festival 28.01.-01.02.2015

Selected:

All events

Wednesday

17:30
+ 6:29h
DAY:
Wed 28.01.
DUR:
389 min
PLC:
hkw

Opening programme of transmediale 2015 CAPTURE ALL on Wednesday, 28 January 2015. Free admission.

17:30
+ 6:30h
CAT:
Screening
DAY:
Wed 28.01.
DUR:
390 min
PLC:
hkw theatersaal

The latest work in Gagnon's trilogy of YouTube conspiracy theories.

19:00
+ 1:30h
DAY:
Wed 28.01.
DUR:
90 min
PLC:
auditorium hkw

Be the last to leave and first to arrive: in other words, don't miss the 2015 transmediale opening ceremony! (Free admission.)

21:00
+ 2:00h
CAT:
Conference Exhibition
DAY:
Wed 28.01.
DUR:
120 min
PLC:
hkw cafe stage
21:30
+ 2:00h
CAT:
Screening
DAY:
Wed 28.01.
DUR:
120 min
PLC:
auditorium hkw

Sovereign Sisters seeks to summon the undead spirits of infrastructure and automatism.

Thursday

10:30
+ 2:30h
CAT:
Conference Screening
DAY:
Thu 29.01.
DUR:
150 min
PLC:
hkw theatersaal

PANEL WITH Thomas Drake William Binney Jesselyn Radack James Spione
PRESENTED BY Max Hoppenstedt
MODERATED BY Sarah Harrison

Screening/discussion presented in cooperation with MOTHERBOARD.

11:00
+ 1:30h
CAT:
Conference
DAY:
Thu 29.01.
DUR:
90 min
PLC:
hkw cafe stage

This panel will consist of a conversation about that ubiquitous conversation starter: the weather.

11:00
+ 7:00h
CAT:
Workshop
DAY:
Thu 29.01.
DUR:
420 min
PLC:
hkw foyer

Open Workshop, from 11:00-14:00 and from 15:00-18:00. What happens when data and information starts being something which describes bodies, places, emotions, opinions, desires, energy, financial transactions, health, in ways which are personalised and ubiquitous?

11:00
+ 3:00h
DAY:
Thu 29.01.
DUR:
180 min
PLC:
hkw foyer

Presentation / Discussion. Would a collective “Glossary of Subsumption" be a meaningful way for registering enclosures and subsumptions in our hypermodern present?

PARTICIPANTS: 
11:00
+ 9:30h
DAY:
Thu 29.01.
DUR:
4890 min
PLC:
hkw foyer

unMonastery has been invited to initiate a gathering and regrouping of its respective networks, collaborators and allies in the city of Berlin.

PARTICIPANTS: 
11:00
+ 3:00h
CAT:
Workshop
DAY:
Thu 29.01.
DUR:
180 min
PLC:
hkw foyer

Workshop / Discussion. How can we re-appropriate existing infrastructure, services and institutions to meet our shared goals, and what will we have to develop ourselves from the ground up?

PARTICIPANTS: 
12:30
+ 1:30h
CAT:
Conference
DAY:
Thu 29.01.
DUR:
90 min
PLC:
hkw k1

Conference Stream Play. The panel looks into how the sociability of play can empower shared visions and P2P practices for a user/citizen-driven future.

14:00
+ 1:30h
CAT:
Conference
DAY:
Thu 29.01.
DUR:
90 min
PLC:
hkw cafe stage

This panel explores how life is led in conjunction with data systems.

14:30
+ 1:30h
CAT:
Conference
DAY:
Thu 29.01.
DUR:
90 min
PLC:
auditorium hkw

Conference Stream Life. The panel sheds light on the misconceptions and obfuscated parts of what can be framed as algorithmic governance.

14:30
+ 2:00h
CAT:
Screening
DAY:
Thu 29.01.
DUR:
120 min
PLC:
hkw theatersaal

The fascination of the mechanical-optical-chemical Capture All has long been eclipsed by that of imaging modalities.

With works by Martin Rikli, Jean Painlevé, Gary Hill, Patrick Lichty, Emily Pelstring, Semiconductor, Arash Nassiri

PARTICIPANTS: 
15:00
+ 3:00h
CAT:
Workshop
DAY:
Thu 29.01.
DUR:
180 min
PLC:
hkw foyer

Workshop. In this workshop, participants will have the opportunity to explore the concept of obfuscation through both historical and contemporary examples. Registration required.

15:00
+ 3:00h
CAT:
Workshop
DAY:
Thu 29.01.
DUR:
180 min
PLC:
hkw foyer

Open Workshop / Discussion. #temporarycustodians is an R&D project initiated by curator Helen Kaplinsky and artist Maurice Carlin.

15:30
+ 1:30h
CAT:
Conference
DAY:
Thu 29.01.
DUR:
90 min
PLC:
hkw k1

Conference Stream Play. A discussion on the future of algorithmic work and life, based on the scenarios of two new game projects designed by artists.

16:00
+ 1:30h
CAT:
Workshop
DAY:
Thu 29.01.
DUR:
90 min

Participants create a punchcard based on their own working patterns, and knit a sample pattern repeat to take home. Registration required. Taking place at the lower foyer.

PARTICIPANTS: 
17:30
+ 2:00h
CAT:
Conference
DAY:
Thu 29.01.
DUR:
120 min
PLC:
auditorium hkw

Conference Stream Work. A double-keynote on the dilemmas of post-digital labour and on possibilities and capabilities of workers to cope with and organise out of today’s both highly diffuse as well as algorithmically governed labour situations.

17:30
+ 1:30h
CAT:
Workshop
DAY:
Thu 29.01.
DUR:
90 min

Participants create a punchcard based on their own working patterns, and knit a sample pattern repeat to take home. Registration required. Taking place at the lower foyer.

PARTICIPANTS: 
18:00
+ 2:00h
CAT:
Screening
DAY:
Thu 29.01.
DUR:
120 min
PLC:
hkw theatersaal

This programme concentrates on the question of what the Internet does to the people who use it.

With works by Lee Madden, Julián D´Angiolillo, Metahaven, Louis Henderson, Johan Grimonprez, Philippe Leonard, Thomas Galler, Maria Kramar.

19:00
+ 1:30h
CAT:
Conference
DAY:
Thu 29.01.
DUR:
90 min
PLC:
hkw k1

A discussion of the impacts of standardization and engineering logics applied to living systems in the cultural contexts of the West and the East.

19:30
+ 1:00h
CAT:
Performance
DAY:
Thu 29.01.
DUR:
60 min
PLC:
hkw cafe stage

Humborg and Mugglestone discuss the implications of a post-cash world and its impact, also on individual freedom.

20:00
+ 3:00h
CAT:
Performance
DAY:
Thu 29.01.
DUR:
180 min
PLC:
hkw k2

Be prepared for three truly unique evenings with the ever so idiosyncratic Goodiepal in his durational performance-installation at transmediale 2015.

 

PARTICIPANTS: 
21:00
+ 2:00h
CAT:
Screening
DAY:
Thu 29.01.
DUR:
120 min
PLC:
hkw theatersaal

In addition to the film and video programme transmediale presents in collaboration with ARTE Creative the world premiere of the essayistic transmedia project World Brain by French artists Gwenola Wagon and Stéphane Degoutin.

21:00
+ 1:30h
CAT:
Performance
DAY:
Thu 29.01.
DUR:
90 min
PLC:
auditorium hkw

A live network data performance by Nicolas Maigret and Brendan Howell. / World-premiere of new audiovisual collage performance by People Like Us. (This is an adults only event. Visitors must be 18 years or older to attend.)

21:30
+ 2:00h
DAY:
Thu 29.01.
DUR:
120 min
PLC:
hkw cafe stage
PARTICIPANTS: 

Friday

11:00
+ 2:00h
CAT:
Conference
DAY:
Fri 30.01.
DUR:
120 min
PLC:
hkw k1

Conference Stream Work. A discussion on how social media companies constantly seek new markets for the social calculation of the data-point economy.

11:00
+ 1:30h
CAT:
Conference
DAY:
Fri 30.01.
DUR:
90 min
PLC:
hkw cafe stage

TRACK ME, TRACK ME NOT! What is the most private thing in your life? What could you not stand to see datafied? Have you experienced this already?

11:00
+ 2:00h
CAT:
Workshop
DAY:
Fri 30.01.
DUR:
120 min
PLC:
hkw foyer

Open Workshop / Discussion. We will present a brief overview of the concept of "toxic enclosures", citing examples from contemporary history.

PARTICIPANTS: 
11:00
+ 3:00h
CAT:
Workshop
DAY:
Fri 30.01.
DUR:
180 min
PLC:
hkw foyer

Workshop. Make sync code badges and configure your media, message and phone to reSync All at the festival. Registration required.

PARTICIPANTS: 
11:00
+ 7:00h
CAT:
Workshop
DAY:
Fri 30.01.
DUR:
420 min
PLC:
hkw foyer

Open Workshop. The Follow the Money workshop will engage with the language of capitalism and tax evasion issues.

PARTICIPANTS: 
11:00
+ 2:00h
DAY:
Fri 30.01.
DUR:
120 min
PLC:
hkw foyer

Presentations / Discussion. Telekommunisten elaborate the social relations embedded in network topologies and communications platforms.

PARTICIPANTS: 
12:30
+ 1:30h
CAT:
Workshop
DAY:
Fri 30.01.
DUR:
90 min

Participants create a punchcard based on their own working patterns, and knit a sample pattern repeat to take home. Registration required. Taking place at the lower foyer.

PARTICIPANTS: 
13:30
+ 1:00h
CAT:
Conference
DAY:
Fri 30.01.
DUR:
60 min
PLC:
hkw cafe stage

The panel brings together the editors of the new open access Journal for Research Cultures alongside contributors Josh Harle and Margarete Jahrmann.

14:00
+ 1:30h
CAT:
Workshop
DAY:
Fri 30.01.
DUR:
90 min

Participants create a punchcard based on their own working patterns, and knit a sample pattern repeat to take home. Registration required. Taking place at the lower foyer.

PARTICIPANTS: 
14:00
+ 1:00h
DAY:
Fri 30.01.
DUR:
60 min
PLC:
hkw foyer

Presentation. This publication is part of the Digital Publishing Toolkit research project, next to a set of tools for digital publishing.

14:30
+ 1:30h
CAT:
Conference
DAY:
Fri 30.01.
DUR:
90 min
PLC:
hkw k1

Conference Stream Work. The panellists will present their artistic positions, connecting art with life and body with its data to an business entity.

14:30
+ 2:00h
CAT:
Screening
DAY:
Fri 30.01.
DUR:
120 min
PLC:
hkw theatersaal

This programme traces an arc from the socialist motivated terrorism of the 1970s to the terrorism of today.

With works by Klaus vom Bruch, Karen Mirza and Brad Butler. (This is an adults only event. Visitors must be 18 years or older to attend.)

PARTICIPANTS: 
15:00
+ 1:30h
CAT:
Conference
DAY:
Fri 30.01.
DUR:
90 min
PLC:
auditorium hkw

Conference Stream Play. A discussion on the gains and the losses of an emerging gameful world.

15:00
+ 3:00h
CAT:
Workshop
DAY:
Fri 30.01.
DUR:
180 min
PLC:
hkw foyer

Open Workshop. In this double workshop, Henry Warwick and Telekommunisten will demonstrate their projects, DATAFIELD and deadSwap respectively.

15:00
+ 3:00h
DAY:
Fri 30.01.
DUR:
180 min
PLC:
hkw foyer

Presentation / Discussion. Vinay Gupta of the Ethereum project will discuss the political anomaly of bitcoin and the libertarian cryptocurrency.

PARTICIPANTS: 
16:00
+ 1:30h
CAT:
Conference
DAY:
Fri 30.01.
DUR:
90 min
PLC:
hkw cafe stage

Conference Stream Work. In this panel discussion the Prototyping Lab’s Jury Board and its moderators as well as international Connecting Cities artists will discuss the topic of ‘In/Visible Cities’.

17:30
+ 1:30h
CAT:
Conference
DAY:
Fri 30.01.
DUR:
90 min
PLC:
hkw k1

Conference Stream Work. A discussion on how artistic practices outplay or disrupt processes of self-commodification.

18:00
+ 2:00h
CAT:
Screening
DAY:
Fri 30.01.
DUR:
120 min
PLC:
hkw theatersaal

Two semi-documentary projects on the gangster phenomenon of South Africa.

With works by Teboho Edkins.

PARTICIPANTS: 
18:00
+ 1:30h
CAT:
Conference
DAY:
Fri 30.01.
DUR:
90 min
PLC:
auditorium hkw

Conference Stream Life. In the age of “dataism” can we even regain both a sense of self and a collective shaping of life?

18:30
+ 1:30h
CAT:
Conference Performance
DAY:
Fri 30.01.
DUR:
90 min
PLC:
hkw cafe stage

presentation & performance of artistic experiments in the shadowy zones of correlating practises.
 

20:00
+ 1:30h
CAT:
Conference
DAY:
Fri 30.01.
DUR:
90 min
PLC:
hkw k1

A screening and conversation about the creative commons documentary Preempting Dissent (2014).

20:00
+ 3:00h
CAT:
Performance
DAY:
Fri 30.01.
DUR:
180 min
PLC:
hkw k2

Be prepared for three truly unique evenings with the ever so idiosyncratic Goodiepal in his durational performance-installation at transmediale 2015.

PARTICIPANTS: 
20:30
+ 0:30h
CAT:
Performance
DAY:
Fri 30.01.
DUR:
30 min
PLC:
hkw cafe stage
PARTICIPANTS: 
21:00
+ 1:30h
CAT:
Performance
DAY:
Fri 30.01.
DUR:
90 min
PLC:
auditorium hkw

transmediale / CTM Collaborative Concert I. Double Vision, the German premiere of a new collaboration between the shape-shifting musician Atom™ and the Australian intermedia artist Robin Fox.

21:30
+ 1:30h
CAT:
Conference
DAY:
Fri 30.01.
DUR:
90 min
PLC:
hkw theatersaal

In this late night conversation, Crandall will perform a series of excerpts from Unmanned, followed by an exchange with Ryan Bishop.

PARTICIPANTS: 
21:45
+ 2:00h
CAT:
Performance
DAY:
Fri 30.01.
DUR:
120 min
PLC:
hkw cafe stage
PARTICIPANTS: 

Saturday

11:00
+ 1:30h
CAT:
Conference
DAY:
Sat 31.01.
DUR:
90 min
PLC:
hkw cafe stage

The panel of things will address the self-fulfilling prophecy of datafied research through some trinkets we grabbed out of an ancient Chinese encyclopaedia.

11:00
+ 2:00h
CAT:
Conference
DAY:
Sat 31.01.
DUR:
120 min
PLC:
hkw theatersaal

Conference Stream Life. The panel presents speculative case studies and scenarios for a technological future of capture.

11:00
+ 3:00h
DAY:
Sat 31.01.
DUR:
180 min
PLC:
hkw foyer

Workgroup Discussion. How could we undertake a process of ‘commoning the networks’ to co-create and share knowledge, as a form of resistance against the neoliberal understanding of productive labour?

12:00
+ 2:00h
DAY:
Sat 31.01.
DUR:
120 min
PLC:
hkw foyer

Presentation / Discussion. This session will seek to unpick how the use of existing infrastructural protocol, language and narrative can potentially be used.

12:00
+ 2:00h
CAT:
Workshop
DAY:
Sat 31.01.
DUR:
120 min
PLC:
hkw foyer

Hands-on Workshop. Create your own offline wireless network for anonymous file sharing. Registration required (Deadline: Thursday, 29 January, 12:00 noon)

PARTICIPANTS: 
13:00
+ 1:30h
CAT:
Conference
DAY:
Sat 31.01.
DUR:
90 min
PLC:
hkw k1

Conference Stream Life. What are the upcoming cultural and political implications of gathering affective data on large populations?

14:00
+ 1:00h
DAY:
Sat 31.01.
DUR:
60 min
PLC:
hkw foyer

Intervention, at Foyer Hub 2. The Feminist Server Stack takes the role of supporting actant, in Commoning the Networks: Feminist Methodologies the foyer programme component of transmediale 2015.

PARTICIPANTS: 
14:30
+ 2:00h
CAT:
Screening
DAY:
Sat 31.01.
DUR:
120 min
PLC:
hkw theatersaal

Control and transformation of language is the central moment in any social system.

With works by Ferdinand Khittl, Richard Serra and Nancy Holt, Irineu Destourelles, Mai Trung Kien, Dionysia Mylonaki, Deborah Stratman.

14:30
+ 1:30h
DAY:
Sat 31.01.
DUR:
90 min
PLC:
hkw cafe stage

This MCD#76 issue commissions 33 articles with Anne-Cécile Worms as publisher, Shu Lea Cheang as guest chief editor and Annick Rivoire as editorial advisor.

15:00
+ 1:30h
CAT:
Conference
DAY:
Sat 31.01.
DUR:
90 min
PLC:
auditorium hkw

Conference Stream Work. The panel will aim to locate and discuss the new processes of capital accumulation which support today's material and immaterial labour.

15:00
+ 3:00h
DAY:
Sat 31.01.
DUR:
180 min
PLC:
hkw foyer

Presentation / Discussion. This session will serve as an introduction to the unMonastery concept, its progress, its future and the components of The unMonastery BIOS.

PARTICIPANTS: 
15:00
+ 1:00h
DAY:
Sat 31.01.
DUR:
60 min
PLC:
hkw foyer

Demonstration. Make you own websites and host them at home. Registration required.

15:00
+ 3:00h
CAT:
Workshop
DAY:
Sat 31.01.
DUR:
180 min
PLC:
hkw foyer

Open hands-on workshop. How could we undertake a process of ‘commoning the networks’ to co-create and share knowledge, as a form of resistance against the neoliberal understanding of productive labour?

16:00
+ 1:30h
CAT:
Conference
DAY:
Sat 31.01.
DUR:
90 min
PLC:
hkw k1

Conference Stream Life. The panel hosts artists who have been consistently developing practices of obfuscation through their projects.

16:00
+ 1:30h
DAY:
Sat 31.01.
DUR:
90 min

At the Embassy of Canada in Berlin. On 31 January 2015 the Salon will also host the German premiere of Ways of Something, an anthology film featuring 58 net artists curated by Lorna Mills as a remake of John Berger’s classic BBC documentary, Ways of Seeing (1972).

PARTICIPANTS: 
16:00
+ 2:00h
DAY:
Sat 31.01.
DUR:
120 min
PLC:
hkw foyer

Discussion. The ‘off.networks’ mailing list started as an attempt to bring together researchers, activists and artists that work on the idea of an offline network, operating outside the Internet.

18:00
+ 1:30h
CAT:
Conference
DAY:
Sat 31.01.
DUR:
90 min
PLC:
auditorium hkw

Conference Stream Play. A discussion about the changing role of play and the urge to reprogramme an algorithmically controlled world.

PARTICIPANTS: 
18:00
+ 2:00h
CAT:
Screening
DAY:
Sat 31.01.
DUR:
120 min
PLC:
hkw theatersaal

The programme deals with the many human body optimisations that serve both individual narcissistic needs and labour efficiency increases.

With works by Joseph Strick & Irving Lerner, Péter Dobai, Camille Verbunt, Julika Rudelius, Pawel Fabjanski, Nadav Assor, Wojciech Bąkowski.

PARTICIPANTS: 
19:30
+ 0:30h
CAT:
Performance
DAY:
Sat 31.01.
DUR:
30 min
PLC:
hkw k1

Toys of the Future are the world’s first real smart toys.

PARTICIPANTS: 
20:00
+ 3:00h
CAT:
Performance
DAY:
Sat 31.01.
DUR:
180 min
PLC:
hkw k2

Be prepared for three truly unique evenings with the ever so idiosyncratic Goodiepal in his durational performance-installation at transmediale 2015.

 

PARTICIPANTS: 
20:00
+ 0:30h
CAT:
Performance
DAY:
Sat 31.01.
DUR:
30 min
PLC:
hkw cafe stage

In the second iteration of an AV performance developed for The Magical Secrecy Tour, Hacklander\Hatam again join forces with programming guru Fredrik Olofsson.

21:00
+ 1:15h
CAT:
Performance
DAY:
Sat 31.01.
DUR:
75 min
PLC:
auditorium hkw

transmediale / CTM Collaborative Concert II. Double Vision, the German premiere of a new collaboration between the shape-shifting musician Atom™ and the Australian intermedia artist Robin Fox.

PARTICIPANTS: 
21:30
+ 1:30h
CAT:
Conference
DAY:
Sat 31.01.
DUR:
90 min
PLC:
hkw theatersaal

This event revisits the bus tour through the documentation of filmmaker Simon Klose (Pirate Bay AFK).

21:30
+ 2:00h
DAY:
Sat 31.01.
DUR:
120 min
PLC:
hkw cafe stage
PARTICIPANTS: 

Sunday

10:00
+ 6:00h
DAY:
Sun 01.02.
DUR:
360 min
PLC:
hkw cafe stage

During one day of the festival, students from the Weißensee Academy of Art develop a social sculpture in the cafe stage of the HKW.

11:00
+ 2:00h
CAT:
Conference
DAY:
Sun 01.02.
DUR:
120 min
PLC:
hkw theatersaal

The panel is organised through the STARTS initiative that sets out to bring together artists, scientists and technologists to explore new ways of working.

11:00
+ 3:00h
DAY:
Sun 01.02.
DUR:
180 min
PLC:
hkw foyer

Workgroup Discussion. Would a collective “Glossary of Subsumption" be a meaningful way for registering enclosures and subsumptions in our hypermodern present?

PARTICIPANTS: 
13:00
+ 1:00h
CAT:
Workshop
DAY:
Sun 01.02.
DUR:
60 min
PLC:
hkw foyer

Workshop. In this workshop, participants will have the opportunity to explore the concept of obfuscation through both historical and contemporary examples.

13:30
+ 1:30h
CAT:
Conference
DAY:
Sun 01.02.
DUR:
90 min
PLC:
auditorium hkw

Conference Stream Life. What situations and relations of control over self, work, leisure and everyday life are emerging in the paradigm of the Smart City?

14:00
+ 2:30h
CAT:
Conference Workshop
DAY:
Sun 01.02.
DUR:
150 min
PLC:
hkw k2

The Critical Media Lab (Basel) and transmediale 2015 co-host a discussion about the past, present and future of criticality in, with, of and through ‘media.’

14:00
+ 1:00h
DAY:
Sun 01.02.
DUR:
60 min
PLC:
hkw foyer

Book presentation at Foyer Stage with Helen Varley Jamieson. A new book exploring the field of cyberformance - live performance events that connect remote participants via the Internet - offers a variety of perspectives on this multi-disciplinary live art form.

PARTICIPANTS: 
14:30
+ 1:30h
CAT:
Conference
DAY:
Sun 01.02.
DUR:
90 min
PLC:
hkw k1

Conference Stream Work. This panel is addressing questions relating to the division of work time, leisure time and the position of “creative work” somewhere in between.

14:30
+ 2:00h
CAT:
Screening
DAY:
Sun 01.02.
DUR:
120 min
PLC:
hkw theatersaal

This programme highlights a variety of surveillance forms: from the 1950s on to now, from military use on to spying artists.

With works by IBM – Military Products Division, Ministerium für Staatssicherheit, Julika Rudelius, Di HU, B'Tselem Camera Project, Derek Howard, George Barber. (This is an adults only event. Visitors must be 18 years or older to attend.)

PARTICIPANTS: 
15:00
+ 3:00h
DAY:
Sun 01.02.
DUR:
180 min
PLC:
hkw foyer

Open Workshop. Makerfox is a moneyless marketplace focusing on the maker / hacker / DIY / entrepreneurial economy.

PARTICIPANTS: 
15:00
+ 3:00h
CAT:
Workshop
DAY:
Sun 01.02.
DUR:
180 min
PLC:
hkw foyer

Hands-on workshop. Create a mesh network with those around you using Raspberry Pis. Registration required (Deadline: Thu 29 January, 12:00 noon)

PARTICIPANTS: 
15:00
+ 3:00h
CAT:
Workshop
DAY:
Sun 01.02.
DUR:
180 min
PLC:
hkw foyer

Open Workshop. This workshop aims to put some of the server-side tools employed by the project back into users’ hands.

16:30
+ 2:00h
CAT:
Conference
DAY:
Sun 01.02.
DUR:
120 min
PLC:
auditorium hkw

The Post-Digital Review gathers experts to discuss shifting forms of cultural practice, of organisations, of the economy.

18:00
+ 2:00h
CAT:
Screening
DAY:
Sun 01.02.
DUR:
120 min
PLC:
hkw theatersaal

A programme about the new digital lifestyle and the Californian ideology in which work, leisure and consumption as well as cultures and nations, are mulched into brand marketing.

With works by Mélanie Baoud & Nallini Menamkat & Zaq Chojecki, Christian von Borries.

PARTICIPANTS: 
18:00
+ 2:00h
DAY:
Sun 01.02.
DUR:
120 min
PLC:
hkw cafe stage
PARTICIPANTS: