La Plaque Tournante
La Plaque Tournante is a non commercial artist space of 130m2 (ex praxis medical cabinet), located in Berlin (Neukölln) and ran by french composer Frédéric Acquaviva and english mezzo-soprano Loré Lixenberg. Every three months, there is an exhibition (avant-garde records, tapes, books, ephemera, manuscripts, drawings, paintings, sculptures, films, photographs, multiples, objects…) and (un)related international experimental events (concerts, performances…). The openings (“Tabulé Rasa” soirées) are free entry (“Create or Donate”).

Other concerts or soirées (contemporary music with Loré Lixenberg, etc…) will be periodically programmed, with or without any particular relation with the ongoing exhibitions focused on “art and writings” (lettrism…), “extended body” (body art, bio art, actionnismus…) and “books and sound” (sound poetry, experimental music…).

The focus will be put on contemporary experimental radical pieces, from sound art and sound installations to sound poetry performances, contemporary and acousmatic, electronic music. The opening soirée (august 6th, 2014) was dedicated to Edgar Varese and has hosted a Phill Niblock performance.
How to get to La Plaque Tournante:
U7 Rathaus Neukölln / M41-M29-104 (Erkstrasse)

Sonnenallee 99
12045 Berlin

free entry


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