TECHNO WORLDS is an exhibition at the intersection of music, art, pop, media, and technology in relation to the multifaceted techno scene and can be experienced as a parcours between the Goethe-Institut, the Centre PHI and the Société of Arts and Technology (SAT).
The dossier on the “Techno Land" attempts to provide an insight into Germany's electronic music scene of the early 90s, a unique era in German cultural history. With interviews and playlists with protagonists of the time!
Once a month the richness and diversity of contemporary German cinema is on show at Cinéma du Parc (3575 av. du Parc) with fiction films, documentaries, and bold and entertaining productions by established and emerging directors.
Techno started in Detroit and went around the world, but nowhere else did the futuristic sound find such fertile ground as in Germany. As a soundtrack to the end of the Cold War, the ensuing scene experienced classic highs and lows before experiencing a new resurgence at the end of the noughties.
In his final piece for our “Word” column, Henning Lobin looks into the use of German in EU institutions. What’s the difference between an official language and a working or “procedural” language? Which language has become established as Europe’s “lingua franca”? Our columnist has the answers.
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