Art&Culture

Music, Contemporary Art, Interviews.

Soundscapes vol.5

Parma Ham is London based gallery producer (collaborating with the Serpentine Galleries), designer and DJ at Torture Garden & Slimelight. Here guiding your day time through a wide minimal/electro-to-techno playlist.

Noise and dust / WGT2017

We descent into the deepest core of the dusk. We took part in the World’s greatest meeting dedicated to electro and gothic subcultures. Photography and report by Marco Giuliano and Anca Macavei from Wave-Gotik-Treffen 2017.

Self-aware images / Screens by Fabio Mauri

His monochrome canvases simulate the display of the filmic images; they do not materialize an image, but do prepare the frame in order to contain it, opening the door of our visual perception, intended as a topos of all the possible representations. A piece on Fabio Mauri's Screens written by Larisa Oancea.

Ceremony

Death is centrifugal. Solar and logical. Decadent and symmetrical. Angels are mathematical. Angels are bestial. Man is the animal. Ceremony. The soundtrack of the Sacred issue selected by Mushy.

Soundscapes vol.2

Techno producer, DJ and Rick Owens' long time collaborator Brian Black, aka Black Asteroid, from NYC selected for us an introspective yet uplifting playlist, that includes iconic tracks and hidden gems of electro/industrial.

Art&Culture | Features

Soundscapes vol.25

A short glimpse in different stories and places, an immersive portal full of emotional substance curated by Ben Lukas Boysen, also known by his stage name Hecq, the electronic music composer based in Berlin. 

Santiago Sierra / The brutalism of reality

The role of Art and the Artist in a modern society. Spanish multidisciplinary artist Santiago Sierra in conversation with Maria Abramenko about his artworks and beliefs.

Edoardo Dionea Cicconi / Space and time

Edoardo Dionea Cicconi talks about philosophy through contemporary art, alchemy, black holes and semi-legal industrial places. An interview by Maria Abramenko.

Soundscapes vol.24

Eclectic playlist curated by the American noise rock band Daughters, with 5 favorite tracks selected by each member: Alexis Marshall [vocals], Nick Sadler [guitar], Jon Syverson [drums].

Soundscapes vol.23

A selection by Alessandro Adriani, head of Mannequin Records and resident DJ and curator of the bi-monthly Mannequin Records Nacht at Panorama Bar/Berghain; with iconic opening and closure, passing by timeless gems of post-punk and industrial.

Floria Sigismondi / The beauty of decay

Floria Sigismondi: the legendary filmmaker shares her future and past remembering David Bowie and more, in conversation with Maria Abramenko.

Exposures: Music needs room to breathe

A tribute to Ennio Morricone, with a repertoire of more than 500 film soundtracks, this is a curation featuring 10 movies, from iconic favorites to niche gems.

Marc Bijl / Complex dilemma of ambiguous minds

New wave art by Marc Bijl: Maria Abramenko in conversation with the Dutch artist, discussing music, dystopian thoughts, the dark retro future and his art practice.

Soundscapes vol.21

A selection by She Past Away, the Turkish dark-wave / post-punk band with a reworked 80’s sound. An outburst of sentimental anxiety through a nihilistic mind-frame, mesmerizing, haunting.

Mikael Christian Strøbek / The way to a sustainable tomorrow

Maria Abramenko in conversation with a Berlin based conceptual artist Mikael Christian Strøbek. Talking about his minimal large scale installations and inspirations.

Tim Plamper / Depth Dimensions

Tim Plamper in a conversation with Maria Abramenko talking about his artistic path, Joy Division and Berlin.

Loscil / Meditations on time perception

Maria Abramenko in conversation with Loscil, Canadian artist and composer. Talking about art, music and the connection between the two.
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