AMRO Nightline #3 / @STWST


Performance by: Błażej Kotowski, Tamara Wilhelm, Philip Leitner, Rémi Georges, Valentina Vuksic, Timo Hoogland, Lina Bautista (aka Linalab), Sule


Driven by synths, voice, electrosmog, radical glitches, media memories and techno frenetic soundscapes, this year's nightline looks into sociopolitical relations between body, space and technology from the perspective of gender, trans-hack feminisms and free software.

Along 3 evenings, the AMRO nightline hosts audiovisual and performative expressions in the form of improvisation sets, listening sessions, lecture-performance, solo and collective entanglements that unfold in an algorave and open dance floor.

According to the rest of the festival program, the proposals showcased at AMRO ***nightline*** are based on Free/Libre Open Source Software, grounded on the practice of building independent, alternative, community-based technologies.

Alternatively, the AMRO program features a series of workshops around these technologies and approaches.


AMRO Nightline #2 / Program

Seven Manifolds, by Błażej Kotowski

wilhelm leiter, by Tamara Wilhelm, & Philip Leitner

Ralt144MI, by Rémi Georges


Tripping through run time, by Valentina Vuksic

Damage Such, by Timo Hoogland, & Lina Bautista (aka Linalab)

City Landscapes Algorave, by Sule

The Nightline of Art Meets Radical Openness 2024 is curated by Gabriela Gordillo