Inspired by transmediale’s 2019 festival theme, the next PhD/research workshop focuses specifically on machine learning and the ability of technologies to capture and structure ever-changing feelings and experiences.
From October 2018, transmediale ceases to actively use its Facebook page. Read the full statement here and stay in touch by (re-)subscribing to our newsletter.
With the upcoming edition of transmediale, we provide a new platform for universities to expand and deepen the festival visit of their student groups.
The 7th issue of APRJA under the title "Research Values" is out now.
Audio and video recordings of most transmediale 2018 events can now be found in the archive.
The call for new artistic projects to be presented on nnn.freeport.global is open until 31 May 2018.
Artists and other cultural practitioners are welcome to submit their projects through an open submission system that has a running deadline.
The jury is pleased to announce the the selected residency project.
For the upcoming edition of Polymorphism Moscow-based Gost Zvuk presents Russia's musical diversity.
On 6 April CTM's Technosphärenklänge invites you into a world of tonal fiction that makes post-digital connectivity tangible.
Audio recordings of most transmediale 2018 events can now be found in the archive.
Complete this year's questionnaire—for an even better transmediale 2019
Performative video discussion series & symposium at Humboldt University of Berlin on 12 February
After the 7th edition of Vorspiel has come to an end, we would like to thank all participants for their collaboration and commitment.
Grab a copy of the first printed journal issue at the festival.