CTM’s 21st edition launches with an announcement unique productions, concerts, and club nights that combine with a dense daytime programme of talks, discussions, installations, and an exhibition to propose multiple entry points into thinking about this year’s Liminal theme.

First artists and projects confirmed for CTM 2020 are:

Akua [US]
Animals of Distinction, Fly Pan Am & United Visual Artists – “Frontera” [CA]
Ashley Fure – “Hive Rise” [US]
Aquarian [CA/DE]
AYA [UK]
Bbymutha [US]
Borokov Borokov [BE]
Deathprod [NO]
Dis Fig [US/DE]
Dorine Mokha ART & Elia Rediger – “Hercules of Lubumbashi” [CH/CD]
Giant Swan [UK]
Henry Wu
Hildur Gudnadóttir presents “Chernobyl” feat. Chris Watson and Sam Slater [INT]
Jacob Kirkegaard – “Opus Mors” [DK]
Kamaal Williams [UK]
Louis-Philippe Demers & Bill Vorn – “Inferno” [CA]
Moesha 13 [FR]
Prumsodun Ok & NATYARASA, Ana Maria Rodriguez, Fred Pommerehn & KNM Berlin – “Drops and Seeds” [INT]
Studio Robert Henke – “CBM 8032 AV” [DE]
Virgen María [ES/UK]
VTSS [PL]
ZAMILSKA [PL]
!luuli [US]

With CTM Radio Lab commission winners:
Dani Gal & Ghazi Barakat – “Altered State Solution” [INT]
Num [GE/IR]
Thomas Wagensommerer – “~NOWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWW~” [AT]

A limited number of passes are now on sale. Tickets to certain events are also now online, with more becoming available in November. Passes and tickets cannot be refunded or exchanged via our team. We are working with TicketSwap to ensure a safe place to resell your e-tickets.
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CTM’s 21st edition launches with an announcement of new performances, special projects, and commissioned works. Combining unique productions, concerts, and club nights with a dense daytime programme of talks, discussions, installations, and an exhibition, CTM 2020 proposes multiple entry points into thinking about this year’s Liminal theme.

As always, CTM Festival will combine first-hand experience and critical reflection in a programme housed at various Berlin venues including new partners Radialsystem V and Silent Green’s Betonhalle, while continuing its close relationship with HAU Hebbel am Ufer, Berghain, Kunstquartier Bethanien, Festsaal Kreuzberg, and SchwuZ. Club events and concerts will be complemented by wide-ranging discourse and debate via daytime lectures and artist talks, a Hacklab, the CTM Exhibition, and more.

first artist and project announcement is now out, including a new extended listening format at Berlin’s new Betonhalle venue, a massive concrete space located underneath Silent Green, which will host a live rendition of Chernobyl by Hildur Gudnadottir with Sam Slater and Chris Watson, Deathprod supporting his first album in 15 years, and a long-duration 4 part meditation on death by Jacob Kirkegaard. Kamaal Williams and Bbymutha lead the festival’s concert and club programme, which also welcomes a new live by Dis Fig, the inimitable Aya fka LOFT, Discwoman affiliate Akua, winding techno rhythms of VTSS and Zamilska, julienned drum breaks of Aquarian & more. A range of CTM festival passes are now on sale.

CTM will take place parallel to and in collaboration with transmediale – festival for art and digital culture. In the weeks before the two festivals, the Vorspiel programme will unite Berlin-based initiatives and venues in creating a city-wide programme of exhibitions, performances, artist talks and more

The next CTM 2020 programme announcement will be out in November; save the date! And in the meantime, read more by visiting the CTM 2020 Liminal sub-site.