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A courtesy of Dukakis Center for Democracy and the Thessaloniki US Consulate for Reworks Agora.
There’s a small but growing alliance of public servants, technologists, and concerned citizens who recognize the fundamental threat to our democracy if we continue to let the machinery of government decay, without doing something about it. Engagement at the local level can seem like a mystery but during this speech we will get familiarized with multiple examples around the world that by using the blockchain technology and local cryprocurrencies develop citizen-centered practices that disrupt the status quo and stand up for a strong, open and dynamic democracy.
Keynote Speech: Victoria Alcina Burgues – Υπότροφος, Fellow at the Mossavar-Rahmani Center for Business & Government at the Harvard Kennedy School
QnA Session: Aphrodite Bouikidis – Thessaloniki Resilient City
Click here to see the full schedule and speakers of Reworks Agora 2018.
A panel discussion at Reworks Agora 2018.
Music festivals are about building a community and bringing people together. They are able via different type of international platforms to travel and promote the ideas that represent faster than ever before.
International editions of music and discourse gathering formats are becoming the engine for the development of the cultural industry, by connecting new exciting audiences and facilitating artists in introducing their creativity.
This panel discussion focuses on visionary global approaches to internationalize ideas and artists through music festivals.
JESLER AMARINS – Conference Curator at Amsterdam Dance Event
RALPH H. CHRISTOPH – Co-Founder of c/o pop Festival
OLOF VAN WINDEN – Director & Founder of TodaysArt Festival
ΑΝΑΣΤΑΣΙΟΣ ΔΙΟΛΑΤΖΗΣ – Co-founder and Music Director of Reworks Festival
ANTÒNIA FOLGUERA – Content Curator at Sónar+D
A discussion panel by Reworks Agora.
The BBC has a strong tradition of creativity and innovation in its use of technology, from its inception up until the present day. The Research and Development department is at the forefront of this work, producing world leading work in a number of areas, from broadcast technology through VR and AR to interactive musical experiences for voice devices. Through a presentation of the previous work and methods, Tim Cowlishaw will outline the ways in which creativity, diversity and general weirdness can be used to imagine and build just, inclusive, and fun future technologies.
Sunday, September 16 at Thessaloniki Concert Hall
Ticket Prices: Reworks Agora + Grandbrothers w/ Thessaloniki City Symphony Orchestra: Κανονικό 10€ / Μειωμένο ( Φοιτητικό-Μαθητικό / κάρτα ανέργων) 5€.
Ableton Live Demonstration by AND.ID
This includes Live, a software that combines traditional studio technology with the freedom to work without timeline and hardware, Push, a tool that lets the musician play and compose with Live and Link. Get to know the most popular and influential products in the production of contemporary electronic music.
A selection of tracks composed, produced or remixed by Matthew Herbert, one of the most prolific and innovative artists of our time.
Herbert will perform at Reworks on Sunday, September 23rd.
Voices Of Valley will perform at Reworks on Saturday, September 22nd.
Days coming closer for the the sun-filled music gathering.
Check the full timetable of Reworks 2018 and follow your favourite acts!
Tendts curated this playlist ahead of their performance at Reworks on Saturday, September 22nd.
Ahead of their performance at Reworks 2018, on Saturday September 22nd, Future Of Matter created an exclusive mix:
Kuniyuki is no doubt one of Japan’s best kept secrets. His unique musical sense can be described as borderless, and he has been highly praised by producers and DJs from all over the world. Joe Claussell, Dego, DJ Cosmo, Jimpster to name but a few, have been falling over themselves when they heard his produced tracks. Now, some of them have been releasing his works through their own labels.
In recent years, he has performed not only in Japan but abroad, as well, in Europe, South Africa and elsewhere, where his particular live style has featured a powerful combination of improvisation and dance music. Check out the ever-consistent and surprisingly prolific producer out of Sapporo, Kuniyuki Takahashi at Reworks on September 20th.
Resident Advisor has included Reworks on its list of the Top Ten September 2018 Festivals in the World. An important recognition for Reworks as that this year the festival completes 14 years of steadily rising presence.
“It’s hard to get to the top. It’s even harder to stay there. The team behind Reworks, Greece’s best-loved dance music festival, knows this well, having steered their event through some of the most trying economic conditions imaginable during its 14-year lifetime.”
Read the full article, here.
Having already announced Nina Kraviz, Richie Hawtin, Laurent Garnier, Maceo Plex, Daphni, Matthew Herbert, Body & Soul, KiNK, Agoria, Kiasmos DJ, Rival Consoles, Recondite, Mano Le Tough and Bjarki, among others, once again this year, Reworks compiles a programming with a global approach to sound and acts that range from the legendary to the award winning and the up-and-coming.
Choose among individual tickets or ticket packages, here.
Having already announced Nina Kraviz, Richie Hawtin, Laurent Garnier, Maceo Plex, Daphni, Body & Soul (Francois K, Danny Krivit, Joe Clausell), KiNK, Agoria, Kiasmos DJ, Rival Consoles, Recondite, Mano Le Tough and Michael Mayer, among others, Reworks compiles a programming with a global approach to sound and acts that range from the legendary to the award winning and the up-and-coming.
Reworks is excited to add to this September’s line up, Matthew Herbert, Francois X, Kangding Ray, Bjarki, Inga Mauer, Guy Andrews, Kerala Dust, Charlotte Bendiks, Viken Arman, Volkova, Paul Anthonee and Hill Of Vision, putting some additional touches on a deftly curated blend. More acts tba soon.
Nina Kraviz, Richie Hawtin, Laurent Garnier, Maceo Plex, Caribou aka Daphni,
Body & Soul w/ François Kevorkian, Danny Krivit, Joe Clausell, Matthew Herbert,
KiNK, Agoria, Recondite, Kiasmos DJ, Grandbrothers, Rival Consoles, Redshape,
Bjarki, Mano Le Tough, Michael Mayer, Francois X, Alinka, Tijana T, Blond:ish,
Kerala Dust, Kangding Ray, Inga Mauer, Guy Andrews, Charlotte Bendiks,
Viken Arman, Territroy, Sworr, Ison, Tendts, Future Of Matter, Andreas Athineos,
ArKI, Pollux Rose, Hill Of Vision, Paul Anthonee, Volkova
+ more TBA
Reworks proudly presents Matthew Herbert, a pioneering, multifaceted and highly productive artist.
Tireless, innovative, sampling wizard, trained pianist, producer and writer, Matthew Herbert is one of the most versatile and prolific artists of our time. Recording and producing under various aliases, he is behind 26 albums, dozens of singles and collaborations with names like Serge Gainsbourg, Quincy Jones, R.E.M, Bjork, Roisin Murphy, Moloko, Roy Ayers and others.
He has a wide range of innovative projects, from numerous albums to music for movies, theater, television and radio. He shaped the British approach to the Minimalism using his aesthetics, while designing its connection with House. Sometimes as a DJ, sometimes with major orchestras – including his Big Band consisting of 18 instruments – he travels all over the world, from the Sydney Opera House to the Hollywood Bowl.
After two successful albums with his band, Herbert, is currently working on the next one that is a response to the British government and Brexit. It is a two year collaborative project right across Europe celebrating artistic and musical collaboration and communities across national borders. The album will be released in 2019 the same moment that Britain leaves the EU and includes sounds that anyone can upload online through the Brexit Sound Swap application. The purpose is to hear at the same time the sound contribution of up to 1000 people.
Herbert makes music from objects, instruments, custom made hardware, and even food. Bodily Functions’ album is included in the list of the best and most important albums in the history of electronic music.
One of the most important geniuses of recent decades is added to the line up of Reworks 2018.
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After two successful collaborations in 2016 and 2017, the Cologne-based event will host We are Europe programmes across its festival and its convention. By welcoming Reworks Festival & Reworks Agora, Nuits sonores & European Lab forum and Sónar & Sónar+D, c/o pop will make Cologne into a meeting point of the European scene.
On Thursday 30 August, European Lab forum and c/o pop Convention will explore together the current state of copyright through the angle of music quality, piracy, blockchain and the potential repression of creativity, featuring Claudia Schwarz, Cliff Fluet, Paul Pacifico and Turo Pekari.
The same day, Sónar+D and c/o pop Convention will question the future of AI and the way this technology can reshape or destroy the music industry. The panel will host Antònia Folguera, Dr. Òscar Celma, Inderjit Birdee and Rachel Falconer.
The next day (Friday 31), Reworks Agora, European Lab forum and c/o pop Convention have co-created a panel examining the politics of dancing, counterculture, ravers in Tbilisi and techno entering museums, with Anastasios Diolatzis, Christian Arndt, Katarina Serulus, Matthew Collin and Tobias Thomas.
Because you cannot discuss the politics of dancing if you don’t know how to dance, Sónar, Nuits sonores, Reworks and c/o pop Festival have also curated We are Europe night (Saturday 01 September) in one of the city’s most renowned club spaces: Gewölbe, where KiNK, Bawrut, Gilb’r and Ison will share the stage.
As we are approaching the 14th edition of Reworks Festival, we would like to inform you that daily tickets are now available.
Choose among the new ticket categories of Reworks including separate tickets for Friday 21, Saturday 22 and Sunday 23 of September for the closing party at the Met Hotel rooftop, here.
Reworks Special Pass (Reworks 3day package + Reworks Agora) and 2Day package are also available.