Nonprofit Detroit-Berlin Connection, dedicated to growing both the night economy and the creative industries in those cities that support it, held its sixth annual Detroit conference, The Potential, in March.
Part of the program was a hands-on workshop for students at Detroit’s Communication and Media Arts High School, showing them methods and approaches to making music and allowing the students to make sounds and rhythms of their own.
Thousands of visitors flocked to the German Embassy in Washington, DC for the annual EU Open Hous. Wunderbar Together set up shop all day, showing off a few of our virtual reality projects and letting our guests get up close and personal with all things Germany!
The annual Bay Area Book Festival brings readers and authors from around the world together in downtown Berkeley, California to celebrate literature in a fun, family-friendly environment.
Digital artists and musicians flocked to San Francisco, California for MUTEK.SF, the American iteration of the genre-breaking festival celebrating the cutting edge in music, art, and technology originally held in Montreal, Canada. The four-day festival took place March 2-5 in venues across San Francisco and featured a blend of international luminaries with artists from the local community. Among these were three German artists who brought their own take on visual effects and digital art to an American audience: Dopplereffekt, Emptyset, and Aisha Devi.
Julian Rosefeldt’s Manifesto is a multichannel film installation starring Cate Blanchett that uses excerpts from 54 political and social manifestos to create an immersive visual experience. This immersive exhibit can be viewed at the Hirshhorn Museum from now until January 5, 2020.