Admission: 7 pm
- 7:30 pm M Casey
- 8 pm Plague x Bévand
- 8:30 pm Nurse 3D
- 9:30 pm DJ Lady Plague
Curated by Alice Colley
Katharina Bévand is a sound artist based in Berlin. She creates site-specific sound installations, sound sculptures, 3-D sound environments and performs on modular synthesizers. In 2017 she was honored by “bonn hoeren – sonotopia” of the Beethoven Foundation for Arts and Culture Bonn. In 2021 she was part of Goldrausch Project for women artists. She received various grants, among which are the Berlin Senate, Stiftung Kunstfonds or Musikfonds. In 2022 she directed the first sound art oriented artist residency Cráter in La Palma, Canary Islands funded by the GOETHE Institute. She exhibited internationally in Germany, Spain, Egypt, Taiwan, and in the Autonomous Region of Kurdistan in Northern Iraq. Her collaborations oscillate between the fine arts scene and the experimental and electronic music field.
Image Copyright: Anna Bresoli
Alice Colley is a Berlin based multidisciplinary artist originally from London Her performance works utilize fictional characters to create narratives and she is currently developing her solo project 'Lady Plague'. Her works deal with themes of self care and the wellness industry, ghosts, the occult and online dating manifesting through violins, vocals, found sounds and dark electronics. Alice is one half of 'The Hellfire Project' with Rob Hart and has curated the Berlin based event series 'The Room of Eyes' for which she received funding for both. Alice works as a session violinist and recently composed and recorded strings for Baal und Mortimer's ‘Con-struct’ Album, just released on Bureau B.
M Casey is a poet, writer, artist, who's work follows the convergence of where texts/poetics + sonic/visual landscapes intersect, with a focus on message making, theoretical futures, user-generated platforms, and how these shift narratives around ecology, interpersonal connections + sustained communities. Based in Berlin, M Casey holds a degree in fine Art from Chelsea College of Arts London, has featured work at Vorspiel / transmediale & CTM, König Otto / KINDL, PlusX / Cashmere radio, Berlin; Gallery 46, Courtyard Theatre, London; and is the author of Indignant, a short play published by SUB/SUR Editions + Hato Press.
NURSE3D taps into primal and altered states of mind with dark avant-garde sound design that is both physical and otherworldly. Traversing themes such as fear, dread, sexuality and ecstasy, they explore new ways of mobilizing bodies in rhythm, through the exploration of experimental synthesis, mangling of field recordings and psychoacoustic theory.
In 2022 they debuted their Wych EP at Berghain as part of CTM Festival. They play regularly across the EU at festivals, club nights and queer (LGBTQIA+) collectives, have contributed to the Boiler Room ‘Hard Dance’ Mix series, and their club night TREMORS was featured by magazine’s such as Dazed, Fact and Hunger as ‘the nightclub of the future’.