Troels Abrahamsen

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“You always have to make sure that you’re not dependent on a creative output—because then it’ll be just another job.” — Troels Abrahamsen feature, taken from Slices Issue 3-12. Available in 1080p HD video. Watch more Slices features on our Youtube Channel. Order the DVD online: http://www.eb-slices.net.

 

Hans Ulrich Obrist recommends Jonas Mekas’ Walden

April 10, 2012 in Reviews by Hans-Ulrich Obrist

Jonas Mekas isn’t just a filmmaker. He’s someone who reproduces the reality of the world we live in. From 1968 onwards, he’s shared his own life with his audience. I stress this because I always believed in generosity and in sharing things and experiences. That’s probably why I became a curator. I will never forget – more

Move On – A participatory road movie

November 15, 2012 in Features by EB Team
MOVE ON Premiere, Kino International, Berlin 06.11.2012 Photo: M.Nass/Telekom

Mads Mikkelsen stars in an unconventional road movie brought to life with the help of movie fans all over Europe. Watch the movie in its entirety and read what Mikkelsen and director Asger Leth have to say about its unorthodox production. – more

Christian Naujoks dials 022012

December 29, 2011 in Features by EB Team

Listening to music might set you on the wrong track especially with Lübeck-raised, Leipzig and Weimar-educated and Berlin-Hamburg-based composer, singer and visual artist Christian Naujoks. Focussing on dodecaphonism, minimalism, and classical composition, Naujoks created quite a stir with his debut album Untitled, released on Hamburg’s house institution Dial Records in 2009. There weren’t that many – more

Detroit legends take over Madrid for one night

February 1, 2010 in Features by EB Team

A large festive cross-cultural exchange will be taking place in the land locked metropolis of Madrid. Set up as Motor City showcase for Spaniards, the night ‘Code: A Detroit Techno Showcase’, will feature some of Michigan’s finest including legends Derrick May, Carl Craig, Kevin Saunderson and Octave One. Mega Spanish club Fabrik, which houses “two – more