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Teun Vonk and Philip Vermeulen at CTM 2018

Picture by Luuk Smits

Teun Vonk and Philip Vermeulen at CTM 2018

Teun Vonk's The Physical Mind (2015) and Philip Vermeulen's The Physical Rhythm Machine (2016) are featured at this year's Club Transmediale in Berlin. Both works have been developed during a Summer Sessions Residency.

The CTM (Club Transmediale) 2018 exhibition Uncanny Valleys of a Possible Future features Teun Vonk's installation The Physical Mind (2015) which invites participants to experience the relationship between their physical and mental states by applying physical pressure to the body via two massive inflatable pillows.

CTM also presents Philip Vermeulen's The Physical Rhythm Machine_Boem Boem at Berghain between 30 January and 2 February.

CTM takes place from 26 January till 4 February in Berlin, Germany.

More info about CTM:
www.ctm-festival.de/
www.ctm-festival.de/festival-2018/artists/p-t/philip-vermeulen/
www.ctm-festival.de/festival-2018/artists/p-t/teun-vonk/
www.ctm-festival.de/festival-2018/calendar/2018/01/26/uncanny-valleys-of-a-possible-future/

The Physical Mind by Teun Vonk was realized as part of the Summer Sessions  Network for Talent Development (2015) in a co-production of Chronus Art Center and V2_ Lab for the Unstable Media, with support of the Creative Industries Fund NL.

The Physical Rhythm Machine was produced as part of the Summer Sessions Network for Talent Development (2016) in a co-production of Metamedia Association and V2_Institute for the Unstable Media. Thanks to the support of V2, Institute for unstable media, Creative industries fund The Netherlands & MetaMedia Croatia, Philip Vermeulen was able to do a Summer Session residency in Pula, Istria.

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