19.1. Phillip Sollmann & Konrad Sprenger
20.1. Ellen Arkbro
21.1. Phillip Sollmann & Konrad Sprenger
22.1. Arnold Dreyblatt
23.1. Brass Abacus
26.1. Phillip Sollmann & Konrad Sprenger
27.1. Will Guthrie
28.1. Phillip Sollmann & Konrad Sprenger
29.1. Kali Malone & Stephen O'Malley
30.1. Phillip Sollmann & Konrad Sprenger
Phillip Sollmann and Konrad Sprenger collaborate on an extensive sound installation that oscillates between sculpture, performance, and active listening in space. Participating artists include: Arnold Dreyblatt, Ellen Arkbro, Kali Malone & Stephen O’Malley, Will Guthrie, and the newly formed microtonal brass ensemble Brass Abacus consisting of Robin Hayward, M.O. Abbott, and Henrik Nørstebø. A project by singuhr – projekte berlin in collaboration with CTM Festival.
From 28.–30.1.2022, a ticket to Modular Organ System includes access to the installation »Incantations« by Andrius Arutiunian, winner of the CTM Radio Lab call for works.
The installation takes place as part of CTM 2022 – Contact, which for this edition takes place as a two-part and hybrid edition in response to the possibilities of in-person events amongst ongoing pandemic uncertainties and the vastly different contexts and speeds of reopening in Europe and worldwide. CTM’s January/February programme will span select online offerings alongside programmes at Kunstraum Kreuzberg / Bethanien, silent green, and Radialsystem. Part two of the festival will take place late May 2022.
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» Event Access and Hygiene Rules
Admission begins 30 minutes before each timeslot start time. We recommend arriving early. You may leave the exhibition at any point in time, however re-entry is not possible.
Access to the exhibition is possible only with a valid ticket for the respective day and time, in combination with photo ID and a QR code (either digital via Corona Warn or CovPass apps, or printed) proving one of the following:
› certification of full vaccination against Covid-19, with a vaccine recognised by the EU, of which the second dose was at least 14 days ago
› certification of a PCR test result proving a SARS-CoV-2 coronavirus infection at least 28 days ago and not older than 6 months, or, if older than 6 months, certification of a PCR test result proving a SARS-CoV-2 coronavirus infection plus minimum one vaccination against Covid-19 at least 14 days ago, with a vaccine recognised by the EU
The installation tickets are not refundable, however they are transferable: in the event that you test positive on the day of your planned visit, or you are unable to attend for another reason, you may give your ticket to another person who can fulfill the above vaccination/test requirements.
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).
Betonhalle has a fresh air throughput system; as fresh air is blown in from outside, used air is discharged to the outside. The ventilation runs at level three (tenfold air exchange / hour) during public operation.
Discount tickets are available to students, youth doing voluntary civil or military service, recipients of welfare or unemployment services I/II, disabled persons with identification, work trainees, and those receiving assistance in the context of asylum. Relevant ID cards must be presented in person in order to qualify for the discount.
Betonhalle is wheelchair accessible via a ramp and elevator. Please ask CTM staff at the entrance for assistance. Handicapped parking spaces can be found at parking lots on Plantagenstraße or Gerichtstraße. We offer free access for an accompanying person for holders of a ”Schwerbehinderten Ausweis mit Kategorie B” card. Please get in touch with us via [email protected] in advance if you need further information or assistance.
» Photography and Mobile Phones
Please note that access with professional recording/camera equipment is not allowed.
Presented by singuhr-projekte in collaboration with CTM Festival. Funded by the German Federal Cultural Foundation, and Coproduction Fund of the Berlin Senate for Culture and Europe.