2014-08-05
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City Link Festival: Opening Party

Frappant e.V. Zeiseweg 9, Viktoria-Kaserne, 22765 Hamburg | www.frappant.org

Although the Grand Opening of the City Link Festival will be held at
Westwerk on September 5th at 17:30 by Senator of Culture Prof. Barbara Kisseler the Opening Party will be held at Frappant starting at 20h.

We are proud to announce that LUR from CPH and
SinusTonOrchester & The Killer Instruments from Hamburg
as well as DJ Monsieur Le Schlö each will have a live appearance during the Party…

Frappant e.V. Zeiseweg 9, Viktoria-Kaserne, 22765 Hamburg | www.frappant.org

Opening: Friday September 5th 2014 20h
Exhibition: September 6th – 14th 2014
 
City Link Festival Opening Party 20h

PROGRAM OF THE EVENING:

20h Concert: SinusTonOrchester & The Killer Instruments DE

22h Concert: LUR DK

24h Turntables: Monsieur Le Schlö (Fabian Stoltz) DE

SinusTonOrchester &The Killer Instruments DE
An assemblage of vintage live-electronics as well as contemporary instruments of self made men…expanded by special guests turning into a nocturnal set, finished by dj‘ing; visuals: Odessus Ehrlich.

LUR DK
Electronica shamanism with a fine collection of toys and modified instruments blending with visual concepts into a livelooping club show. www.lurlurlur.com

Monsieur Le Schlö DE (Fabian Stoltz)
Breastfed with Hip Hop, HH-based illustrator and comic artist Fabian Stoltz (www.artigebilder.com)loves to spin records from around the world under the nickname Monsieur Le Schlö, ranging from Africa, passing by the Americas to the Middle East and back again. Sometimes vintage, often pimped by 21st century electronics.

The Exhibition will be open 19h till about 22h
and present the following artists:

Dodo Adden DE | Dorothee Daphi DE | Heidi Hove DK | Mette Nisgaard Larsen DK | Camilla Rasborg DK | Luis Schenk DE | Laura Therese Schran DE | Nina Wengel DK

Young Artists from Hamburg and Copenhagen
Curated by Erik Duckert CPH & Carsten Rabe HH

The exhibition is a group show which shows a mixture of Young Artists from Hamburg and Copenhagen. With the open concept of works from different genres and a flexible mixed hanging, the show presents an overview of contemporary artists from both cities.