Web Edition

How Balance Club / Culture Festival – Web Edtion works: We publish the contributions according to ⤵︎ the timetable on this website. The Webfestival is free of charge, but we appreciate your support by purchasing ⤵︎ our soliticket.
From 20⁠–24 May, our website will feature DJ sets, lectures, multimedia texts, workshops, artist talks, audio-visual works and artistic fashion-pieces. As a grand finale, we will release our Balance-Sampler “Various Artists – Tender Squads” on festival Sunday and, admittedly, fulfill our own long standing wish. The Balance Club / Culture Festival sees itself as an interface between club culture and social critique. All contributions of the festival “Tender Squads” address the question which constellations and alliances can be imagined for the emancipatory potential of a different world to unfold? Which alliances do we want to form and where do we have to insist on difference for our alternatives to be viable? What form of (feminist) care and support do we need for each other right now? Together with you we want to find out, more urgently than ever, how we can maximally destabilize structural inequalities.

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Anja Kaiser +
Jonas Holfeld:
Home Coming™

Club Program
Theme:
RAVE CAPITALISM

Home Coming™ is a web based screensaver album release to enhance your home office. In three easy steps Jonas Holfeld (audio + code) and Anja Kaiser (visuals) offer a tender outlook on a culture of unhindered access to devices.

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Whether in activist settings or pop-cultural scenes, Anja Kaiser is looking for potential means to actively and collectively shape society. In cooperation with various subcultural spaces and feminist groups she contributed to projects and their graphical translation. She works at the junction of graphic design, art, music and forms of digital self-empowerment. Through her posters, animated digital images and towel editions that carry her signature of radical aesthetics, she leverages a wider public awareness for her topics.

Jonas Holfeld produces quirky electronic music, tried to be a DJ before the corona-crisis and is a tender frontend-developer. Together with Solaris he runs the label PH17, where they present their take on outsider-electronica and weirdly pleasing club-sounds.