Resonate festival is announcing its 6th edition, lasting for four days between April 19th and April 22nd 2017, in Belgrade (Serbia) with a programme that includes two major segments: MUSIC and CONFERENCE.
Resonate is a platform for networking, information, knowledge sharing and education, that brings together top researchers and performers who regularly use technology to do their jobs.The festival lasts four days this year and as always, provides an overview of current situation in the fields of music, visual arts and digital culture. Guest artists, lecturers, musicians and other participants are chosen to represent the cutting edge of the contemporary creative industry in the world.
One factor that sets Resonate apart from any competition is its network of international connections. The festival is a full member of the WE ARE EUROPE project since last year, therefore this April will be a partner with world-famous fetivals such as Sónar & Sónar+D (Barcelona, Spain) and Co/Pop Festival & Convention (Cologne, Germany).
Some of the most significant names already confirmed for the MUSIC program include:
Biosphere, Lee Ronaldo (Sonic Youth), Stephen O’Malley (Sun O)))), Anna Von Hauswolf, Rolly Porter and Peder Mannerfelt.
At the same time, CONFERENCE segment will feature more than 50 lecturers and 16 intense and interesting workshops, with the following participants:
AGF aka Antye Greie / Thomas Ankersmit + Phill Niblock / Jeremy Bailey / Alan Butler / Julie Freeman / Benjamin Gaulon / Gabrielle Jenks / Gene Kogan / Lawrence Lek / Alessandro Ludovico / Nicolas Maigret / Rosa Menkman / Lorna Mills / Joana Moll / Normals Studio / Eva Papamargariti / Matthew Plummer-Fernandez / Pussykrew / Nicolas Sassoon / Sebastian Schmieg / Kate Sicchio / Rick Silva / Daniel Temkin / Thomson & Craighead / Marius Watz / Pablo Valbuena / Christopher Bauder
Resonate workshops – intensive workshops will start before official opening of the festival, on Monday 17th April and will continue through .
Wednesday, 19th April. Moderatos and curators of these workshops are Gene Kogan + Andreas Refsgaard, Mimi Onuoha + Surya Mattu, Owen Hindley + David Li + Yuli Levtov i Cedric Flazinski + Julien Gachadoat (N O R M A L S).
Two-days workshops will be placed in main Resonate daily venue – Yugoslav Film Archive aka Kinoteka on Friday 21st and Saturday 22nd April, curated by AGF aka Antye Greie, Max Stadler, Joana Moll, Ruairi Glynn, Lubica Drangova and Matej Fandl and Jonas Gruska.
Kinoteka is also place for one-day workshops, on Thursday 20thApril, with curators Daniel Temkin, Nick Ward + Paul Stapleton, Martin Schneider, Benjamin Gaulon, Kate Siicho, Pussykrew (Tikul and mi$ gogo) and Mateusz Marpi.
Dragana Kostica is the Belgrade-based editor in chief and founder of Still in Belgrade art, culture and club scene magazine. She holds a Master of Arts in Cultural Policy and Management in Arts (MA of Arts) and a Bachelor degree in Archaeology.