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Science and technology

With futuristic materials and lofty goals, these entrepreneurs are building sci-fi devices to counteract the digital world’s invasion in our lives. more

Zeitgeist

The artist and co-curator of HKW's exhibition on Russian Cosmism explains what's so inspiring about the spaced-out movement, and what the difference is between the Cosmists' universal quest for immortality and Silicon Valley-style trans-humanism. more

Interviews & Portraits

From URL to IRL – a host of exhibitions this month focus on our ever-evolving relationship with technology. more

Art & Exhibitions

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Looking for a job in tech? Startup Safary will take you hunting for your dream career as 60 start-ups, including big names like Number26 and Dubsmash, open their doors to 1000 participants Apr 29-30. We had a chat with its founder and CEO. more

Start-ups

How do we "play" social media? Why is Facebook like a comic book? Graphic novelist Gabriel S. Moses explains it all at the Disruption Network Lab event A Game Of You, at Bethanien from Aug 8-9. more

Art & Exhibitions

The apes are loose at HKW in their Ape Culture exhibition! And where would ape culture be without The Planet of the Apes? Interdisciplinary artist Coco Fusco channels Dr. Zira for a live lecture on predatory humans on Jul 2. more

Art & Exhibitions

The world’s first queer tech festival is coming to Berlin on May 8 at FritzClub: #unit Festival is an event for the queer tech community driving at an open, inclusive atmosphere for all – not just the typical tech dude. more

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Ann Veronica Janssens works mostly with light, creating stunning, uniquely immersive exhibition experiences which force viewers to question their own perceptions. On March 6 she opens a new exhibition at Esther Schipper Gallery. more

Art & Exhibitions

In case you missed it! From hefty stories about the NSA, Nazis and religious radicals to hot topics like GEMA, sexism in the tech industry and animal love to killer profiles of fascinating personalities, last year had no shortage of scoops. more

Features

Film set, documentary theatre... game?! Daniel Wetzel of performance group Rimini Protokoll explains the trio’s “multi-player video piece” Situation Rooms, part of HAU's interdisciplinary Waffenloung, coming to Berlin Dec 14 through Jan 11. more

Theatre & Dance

It's no surprise that a Berlin company, Bitwig, delivers one of the most highly anticipated pieces of music technology of the year, a digital audio workstation that might be making developers over at Berlin-based Ableton nervous. more

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Time to reinvent democracy! The Slow Politics Symposium is kicking off Nov 13 at Supermarkt! Public talks happen on Sat, Nov 15 – with everyone invited to join! We caught up with author and activist Marina Sitrin. more

Zeitgeist

The streets of City West seemingly have a homeless problem. Oh, wait. Looking a little closer, this tent city appears to have a purpose: the Iphone 6. Yuck. more

Opinion

Our new issue (on newsstands now!) is all about Berlin's digital rebellion. The whistleblowers, cypherpunks and hacktivists of the post-Snowden era are all here, and they're ready to fight. Are you with them? more

Features

Summer is sizzling so why shouldn't your love life be too? With these handy apps you can swipe, tap and ogle your way to true love or if that's not your style... a hot, sticky one night fling. more

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With the first Electric Book Fair coming up on June 21 in Wedding's Supermarkt, Germany's fledgling e-publishing scene gets together to discuss e-possibilities from spam novels to dino porn and beyond. We explored this electronic errata for you. more

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Start-ups take over the former Death Strip in a new tech-center called the Factory. But while Germany slowly develops into a "Start-Up Nation", maybe the strip will resume its earlier purpose, says Gris. more

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Take a chance to get out of town! An hour outside of Berlin, Wolfsburg's Moviementos presents dance innovator Wayne McGregor's 3D sci-fi masterwork Atomos, a piece that harnesses both technology as well as the human body, from May 15-18. more

Theatre & Dance

There may not be ass-slapping anymore, but behind Berlin's seemingly progressive tech scene is a casually misogynist "old boy's club" culture. The geekettes spill all. more

Zeitgeist 4 Comments

Zombies

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Porn at the Holocaust Memorial? Wowi goes vegan? What else will 2014 have in store for Berlin? Seymour gazes into his crystal (meth) ball to find out. more

Opinion

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