BERLIN March 16th- TRANSCULTURAL TRANSIENCE Opening and After Party ACUD Galerie

Join the curatorial collective Karma Ltd. Extended on March 16th for the opening of the second chapter Transcultural Transience presenting a live program featuring a new commissioned performance series by Isaac Chong Wai (Hong Kong) and Rachel Monosov (Russia) followed by the after party hosting  the artist and musician Black Cracker (Doing The Most), the hip hop DJ and writer D.R.E.E.A and Rui Ho (Genome 6.66 Mbp, Objects Limited) from 6pm until the sun come down.

A LIVE EXHIBITION From March 16th to April 15th  ACUD GALERIE

During five weekends, the gallery will host two site-specific performances: Rehearsal of the Futures: Is the World Your Friend? created by Isaac Chong Wai and Olympia by Rachel Monosov.  Both piece delve into the so-called ideological movements in between the sport action or ideological postures in the collective memory in order to look for and propose possible futures. Aiming to break the idea of curating the static, but rather to curate the fleeting, Transcultural Transience is a serie of spontaneous movements and rehearsed choreographies  developed through a dialogue between the performer, the observer, the artists and the curators.

The work of Isaac Chong Wai was featured at the Bauhaus Museum (Weimar), Haus der Kulturen der Welt (Berlin) and the Moscow Biennale for Young Art.

Rachel Monosovs work Transcultural Protocol, a collaboration with Admire Kamudzengerere, was presented at the Zimbabwe Pavilion at the Venice Biennale in

OPENING AFTER PARTY March 16th from 11pm – Entry  8 EURO ACUD CLUB

BLACK CRACKER is one Berlin’s hottest artist! Signing an industrial R&B with an edgy OFF Pop with Soul and Jersey Club elements his live are a full audio visual experience. Touring the world with Peaches he also opened for G-Easy, FKA Twigs, Big Freedia, and My Brightest Diamond and developped several music and performance collaboration with Blixa Bargelt or the Deutsch Oper in Berlin. Read more on Black Craker here

D.R.E.E.A. is an artistic force to be reckoned with. Over a short span of time she has established herself as one of the premiere connoisseur of music & culture in Berlin. Her vast scope and extensive skills as a writer and DJ have solidified her name and brand in NYC, Paris, South Africa and several other artistic spheres. D.R.E.E.A.’s nuanced understanding of traditional and contemporary Hip Hop are very evident in her mixing. Her musical stylings evoke an adventurous rugged experience that has garnered her a cult following across Europe. D.R.E.E.A.’s impeccable sense of style is greatly informed by her Romani root which she is deeply passionate about highlighting and celebrating. Currently D.R.E.E.A. is working as a freelance editor, as a contributing member of the international creative collective EvewithoutAdam and a contributor for Berlin Community Radio.

RUI HO is a Berlin based Chinese producer who makes electronic music that bridges the modern club music influences with traditional Chinese sounds. Their sound has been influenced by a wide range of club genres including R&B, Grime, Jersey, Reggaeton, Trance, Hardcore and so on, combining the intensity of club sounds with sweet and refreshing melodies from their past and present


LECTURE PERFORMANCE 31.03.2018 @ ACUD STUDIO, Entrance: 4 Euros

Save the date for Al-Isnad or Chains We Can Believe In (Lecture Performance) by Slavs and Tatars.a journey through mysticisme via modernity that was previously presented 
at the MoMA (New York), Centre Pompidou (Paris), Bardo National Museum (Tunis), MuMa (Melbourne), Princeton University Art Museum and West (Den Haag).


MINE – “The Film Will Always Be You”
A selection of films of mainly South African artists and the diaspora, as well as artists from other parts of the world living in South Africa curated by Abrie Fourie . Mine seeks to explore the myriad ways in which we identify and position our selves. It was presented at The Tate Modern London and feature the work of: Bridget Baker, Dineo Bopape, Jacques Coetzer, Barend de Wet, Teboho Edkins, Neville Gabie, Simon Gush, William Kentridge, Donna Kukama, Michael MacGarry, Nandipha Mntambo, Mohau Modisakeng, Tabita Rezaire, Robin Rhode, Athi-patra Ruga, Berni Searle, Lerato Shadi, Penny Siopis, Gregg Smith, Johan Thom, Minnette Vári

Curated by Pauline Doutreluingne and Petra Poelzl.





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