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Transformation is not necessarily a revolution. It is not a violent and total break with the present, but rather a process of change that reinforces, expands, and unfolds approaches that already exist. Read more.

Former artistic director Kristoffer Gansing takes up a new position at the International Center for Knowledge in the Arts. Read the full announcement here.

Hatsune Miku is back in Berlin: On 10 October Future Soundscapes Festival once again presents her “Still Be Here” performance which we commissioned and presented together with CTM during our 2016 editions.
"Still Be Here" explores Hatsune Miku as the crystallisation of collective desires, embodied in the form of a teal-haired virtual idol, forever 16.

On 17 August our artistic director Kristoffer Gansing will be part of the panel Time and Motion After the Postdigital in the framework of the symposium Contemporary Art and Digitalisation at Göteborgs Konsthall. 

Our long-time partner festival CTM has announced their 2020 festival under the title LIMINAL. The 21st edition will take place from 24 January to 2 February 2020 at various Berlin venues such as Berghain, HAU Hebbel am Ufer, Radialsystem V, and Kunstquartier Bethanien. 

Join us for the Unite & Shine March on 19 May! As one of 2000 other art and culture institutions who have signed the Declaration of the Many we support their efforts toward a Europe of the Many, solidarity instead of privilege and free art. 

Together with more than 200 other signatories, transmediale has signed the Declaration of the Many—an expression of solidarity in art and culture as part of civil society's engagement against right-wing populist and nationalist movements.

For the upcoming edition of Polymorphism Moscow-based Gost Zvuk presents Russia's musical diversity.