A midsummer night bio-dream

Fri, 20.07.2018, 9 pm -3 am // Free

Bioluminescence is an intriguing phenomenon as it can be experienced only in pure darkness. It is only when we are away from the brightness of the day, when we let of our own light sources, only then we can notice the mysterious shining of the micro-organisms. For reasons still fully understood, some microalgae, bacteria and other living organisms produce light in various wavelengths (white, green, blue). Light is part of their beings, they use their own energy sources to shine. Their dedication can only be observed in darkness. Read More

EDGE: opening and exhibition

EDGE: blurring the borders between art and neuroscience.
23-24.07 / 26.07.2018
>topLab: Schillerpromenade 4, 12049 Berlin

An international group of artist-scientists studying and researching neuroscience in Berlin present their varied perspectives on the intersections between art and neuroscience. Read More

Eel on Masquerade – Sound Installation

August 9-12.2018
Sound Installation

Eel on Masquerade is an audiovisual installation by Tennis of All Kinds, which combines programmed feedback, amplified solar energy and various debris to create a chaotic, dynamic and inherently interactive environment of light and sound. The sporadic intersections of separate systems ensure instability and constant variation in the perceivable structures – the results are, however, sure to be sonically complex and also quite shiny.

Finale Ultimo

August 21.2018
Oslo Apiary & Aviary at TopOslo Apiary & Aviary will be showing the alternative ending to the cult-classic, horror comedy rock musical, Little Shop of Horrors (1986, dir. Frank Oz), where a flesh-eating, alien, venus-fly-trap, named ‘Audrey II’, and her offspring take over the world.

A Cyborg Message

August 24-26
An interactive video installation by Gesa Heichel

“By the late twentieth century, our time, a mythic time, we are all chimeras, theorized and fabricated hybrids of machine and organism; in short, we are cyborgs. The cyborg is our ontology; it gives us our politics.” Donna Haraway, 1985 Read More