CTM 2021: Ventrilogues Spatial Sound Exhibition

03sep(sep 3)15:0005(sep 5)23:00CTM 2021: Ventrilogues Spatial Sound Exhibition

Event Details

Mouse On Mars, Louis Chude-Sokei, Soundwalk Collective, Charlotte Gainsbourg, AtomTM, Lyra Pramuk, Paul B. Preciado, Willem Dafoe, Marcin Pietruszewski, Alex Freiheit, Jessica Ekomane, Rully Shabara

*The sound pieces are played continuously as a loop (total duration approximately 120 min).
*Please note that the event’s principal entrance is via the KINDL Brauerei Hof, Werbellinerstraße 50.
*WARNING: Stroboscopic effects are used within some parts of the works.

Ventrilogues is a series of four sound works that dialogue across music, sound art, and sonic essay formats, and which are specially conceived for the innovative Spacemap Go spatial sound system by Meyer Sound. All four pieces in the exhibition examine, make use of, and respond critically to the ambiguities of voice, sound, and sound technologies as symptoms of a problematic present, and as prophetic signs of approaching futures. They speculatively articulate fears, desires, and hopes in the face of the progressive dissolution of the boundaries between humans and technology, the subject and its other, and between internal and external activity.

» Event Access and Hygiene Rules
Event access is granted via specific timeslots. Entry is possible only with a valid ticket for the respective day and time, and upon presentation of personal ID together with one of the following:
a certificate of full vaccination, of which the second vaccination was at least 14 days ago
certification of a PCR test result proving – a SARS-CoV-2 coronavirus infection not more than six months ago, but at least more than 28 days old
– certification of a PCR test result proving a SARS-CoV-2 coronavirus infection more than six months ago in conjunction with at least one -vaccination against Covid-19 at least 14 days ago
-a personalised negative test result from the last 24 hours

All visitors must register their attendance with the Luca app or Corona Warn app by scanning the QR code placed at the exhibition entrance.

Visitors must wear an FFP2 mask throughout the building and when waiting in line outside of the venue. Please respect the general distancing rules (maintain 1.5 m distance to others).

Vollgutlager’s ventilation system is carried out by means of a supply and exhaust air system, which was last serviced in December 2019 by the company L.E.S. Lüftungs- & Elektroservice Thomas Griem. A maximum fresh air supply and exhaust rate of 30,600m3/h is possible.

» Venue Entrance and Accessibility
A separate entrance is provided for visitors arriving in wheelchairs. It is located at Rollbergstraße 26 (main SchwuZ and Vollgutlager entry). We offer free access for an accompanying person for holders of a »Schwerbehinderten Ausweis mit Kategorie B« card.

Please get in touch with us in advance via email (accessibility[at]ctm-festival.de) or phone 49 (0)30 57702486 (as of 3. September) to make arrangements.

For further information on programme details relating to volume, lighting effects (stroboscope), or any other condition that could affect sensitive individuals, please check the Festival Info section of the CTM website: https://www.ctm-festival.de/festival-2021/info


3 (Friday) 15:00 - 5 (Sunday) 23:00


Vollgutlager | BERLIN

Rollbergstraße 26, 12053, Berlin