The CTM2018 – Turmoil magazine is now in stock at Motto Berlin for online orders or for pick-up at their Berlin store. 108 pages with essays, and articles authored by journalists, artists, researchers and theorists give diverse points of entry into topics raised by the 2018 festival‘s Turmoil theme.
Covering topics such as identity politics, social media call out culture, strategies in exploring and hacking artificial intelligence in music, as well as insights into musical genres ranging from gabber to metal to experimental improvisation, the magazine brings together diverse voices exclaiming, confronting, examining and encompassing aspects of the Turmoil theme. Portraits and interviews of individual artists, collectives and scenes round out the publication, which was created as a support to the 2018 edition’s inquiry into the potential of sound and music to invigorate resilience and awareness at a time when we have begun normalizing the ongoing barrage of political, social, and environmental crises, and the resulting disquiet that resonates through our on- and offline lives.
With contributions by Anja Kanngieser, Christian de Lutz, Christine Kakaire, Claire Tolan, Cristina Plett, Derek Opperman, Elisabeth Claire Herring, George E. Lewis, Guy Ben-Ary, Hillegonda Rietveld, Ian Helliwell, James Ginzburg, Jens Balzer, KILBOURNE, Louise Brown, Mollie Zhang, Nora Kahn, Paul Rekret, Paul Steinbeck, Peter Kirn, Rory Gibb, Terre Thaemlitz, WIXAPOL S.A.