The 18th Edition of MUTEK is on at various locations across Montreal, running August 22 to 27.
Known as Canada’s “preeminent hub of electronic music and digital creativity” — with festivals also taking place in London, Mexico City, Barcelona and Berlin — the five-day event brings together music, art and technology, dedicated to “discovery, revelation and community.”
-Panel discussion ‘Berlin Imaginaries,’ moderated by Taïca Replansky of CTM Festival with Hans Reuschl (Africaine 808), Chris Vargas (Pelada), Hermione Frank (rRoxymore) and Mike Shannon at Monument-National, Aug 26
MUTEK 2015 is running in Montréal in the week beginning May 25, and in Athens, Oliver Laric, Marlie Mul and Katja Novitskova are among the participants in NEON’s Terrapolis group exhibition in collaboration with London’s Whitechapel Gallery. Online, Vince Mckelvie is showing on “file-based” exhibition space Panther Modern.
In London, JACK댄스 is putting on another show at Power Lunches, Rausch Turning presents Bahamian Moor and Jack Strange, Josh Whitaker and Holly Hendry are among the artists taking part in Turf Projects‘ TRU LUV exhibition. DAM Projects, founded by Daniella Rose King, Amanprit Sandhu and Morgan Quaintance, is presenting a one-day exhibition by OliMay 27 Terry for its Sunday School series, and Hito Steyerl and Karen Archey are among the participants at the ICA‘s Fear of Missing Out event. Sounds like…is launching with the NO SCREENING event at IMT Gallery.
In Berlin, Thomas Jeppe, Flora Klein and Agatha Valkyrieare some of the artists taking part in The Way of the Novelgroup exhibition at Oracle Berlin, while Lotic and Air Max ’97 are on the line-up at Dönerteller Versace’s party at Konzulát.