Video of Nomex Live at Datacide Soliparty 14.05.2010

extreme noise, sonic intensities and destruction of traditional conceptions of music and medium can be seen in Nomex’s live performance at the Datacide + Cagliostro soliparty on 14.05.2010 at the Knochenbox in Berlin.

Vinyl destruction

Watch the video here:

more performances by Nomex can be viewed here: youtube channel

PANAME – sans dessus, dessous! Presentation @ Cagliostro

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Sonntag 14.3.2010 – 21.30

Cagliostro – Lenbachstr. 10 – 10245 Berlin (Ostkreuz)

PANAME – sans dessus, dessous!
book presentation
by Saoulaterre
with videos and photos.
A unique view of the Catacombs underneath Paris, psychogeographical explorations of the belly of the urban monster, its histories, parties and dissident cultural expressions.

presented by datacide & Cagliostro
http://datacide-magazine.com
http://www.cagliostroberlin.de

Videos from Brainstorm #3 Datacide Soliparty@ Raum 18 22.1.2010

Live video from the datacide fundraiser party at raum 18 in Berlin on 22.1.2010.
Special thanks to IShottheParty for the recording and sharing of the videos.

DJ SCUD VS CHRISTOPH FRINGELI
all new tracks played live for the first time at the datacide soliparty
Part 1

Part 2

Part 3

Part 4

AMBOSS: Live
Part 1

Part 2

Part 3

“WR: Mysteries of the Organism” Screening 16/12

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WR: Mysteries of the Organism
(Directed by Dusan Makaveyev, 1971, English and Serbo-Croation with English Subtitles, 85 minutes)
16 December, 20 Uhr @ Cagliostro / Praxis Shop – Lenbachstr. 10 Ostkreuz, Berlin

Datacide presents the screening of “WR: Mysteries of the Organism” at Cagliostro on 16 December at 20,00. Originally titled “WR (Wilhelm Reich): Mysteries of the Orgasm”, this subversive critique was shown only at a few cinemas in Yugoslavia in 1971 and then banned. This forced the director to emigrate in order to continue his relentless critique of Marxist-Lennism, traditional sexual politics and all anti-liberatory tendencies of the Cold War era. “WR” masterfully uses collage filmic technique to interlace documentary, fictional and found footage together into a combative story on Reich’s sexual politics. The collage techniques shock the viewer and instigating critique at every level. Datacide (C. Fringeli and Nemeton) will make a short introduction and a discussion with the viewing audience at the end of the film to highlight some of the aesthetic and political issues.