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To be navigated by instinct: Les Urbaines Festival invites you to ‘let go’ + feel your way through, Dec 1 – 3

29 November 2017

Les Urbaines Festival opens at venues across Lausanne and Renens running December 1 to 3.

The three day event will be host to a large line-up of performances, visual installations, workshops, DJ sets and exhibitions “to be navigated by instinct.” The festival is placing emphasis on encounter, experimentation, feeling your way through and invites you to “let go.” The artists brought together are chosen for what lies at the core of their practice; empathy, accessibility and emancipation, where their “heartfelt approaches encourage us to sharp­en our gaze.”

Some exciting featured events include performances by Abyss X, Battle-ax, Geo Wyeth, Rui Ho, Rory Pilgrim, Jiji Sohn and Yung Soft among many more, as well as a number of workshops including a DJ Workshop for Womxn run by DJ Don’t Hate The Player & DJ Hate The Game and RESISTANCE IS FERTILE: NORM BUSTING PARENTING run by Del LaGrace Volcano.

Visit the Les Urbaines  website for details.**

Geo Wyeth. Courtey Les Urbaines, Lausanne.
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A virtual concept of partying: c a r e + Clusterduck at + online for new digital art biennale The Wrong, Nov 1

31 October 2017

The c a r e x Clusterduck collaborative event begins at Berlin’s as well as a URL party here on November 1.

The 9th c a r e event is part of Panke gallery’s Internet Fame Embassy as well as The Wrong – New Digital Art Biennale; an online biennale that brings together “positive forward-thinking contemporary digital art to a wider audience worldwide.” c a r e defines itself as a ‘future sensation’ that is about sharing, being together and connecting with people worldwide through URL virtual parties.

The night will feature performances by Antonia XM, DJ Ruan – The Real RuanShip Sket, Mara Oscar, S x m b r a b2b Shivo, Fatma Pneumonia, Yung Soft, and VJing from Suave.

Visit the FB event page for details.**

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From the punk band to Steve Jobs: Data Rhei on scales of power in What Matters at Garage Arnaud Deschin, Aug 24 – 27

24 August 2017

The What Matters group exhibition is on at Marseille’s Garage Arnaud Deschin (la GAD), opening August 24 to 27.

Running at the same time as Marseille’s ART-O-RAMA fair, the show includes works by Ethan Assouline, Hélène Bertin, Florian Pentsch and Dimitri Robert-Rimsky.  The opening evening will host sound performances by Body Lotion, Knut Vandekerkhove, Violence Policière and Yung Soft

Curated by Data Rhei, the exhibition looks at scales of power, “the crisis between intimate and politics,” and explores “our capacity to produce discourse in an ideologically hostile infrastructural space,” asking you to settle in the in-between; “from the punk band to Steve Jobs.”

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