Music programme curated by Joana Seguro and Carin Abdulá
As we reach a pivotal moment of (hopeful) transition, social distancing and lockdowns will be remembered as a time of extreme solitude. With clinical psychologists claiming that we are living through a loneliness epidemic, these themes also ring loudly when applied to contexts of event and performance. Collective artistic expression, however, has a tendency to adjust (and often thrive) when faced with adversity. DIALOGUES presents a series of multi-disciplinary collaborations that have been forged during these times, defying the restrictions of space and proximity, all in the name of overcoming adversity and embracing isolation as an inspiration for creating everlasting art.
GAIKA AND TROUBLEMAKER RECORDS
OFF LICENSE: JULIANA HUXTABLE, ZIÚR AND THERESA BAUMGARTNER
KMRU AND POLIDO
Joana Seguro is an independent curator and producer working in music, art and technology, with a growing interest and strong track record in linking disparate fields across art forms and disciplines. Projects range from conceiving, producing and developing her own events and exhibitions, to curating international festivals, artist management, producing tours and one-off projects.
Carin Abdulá is the director of OUTER, the agency and management arm of Berlin Atonal, as well as a curator and strategist for the legendary label Tresor Berlin. With a decade of experience in the music industry ranging from promoting DIY shows to booking worldwide tours, Carin has always been deeply dedicated to championing the independent spirit.