The Retune Festival is a biennial event at the intersection of art, design, and technology. In its fifth edition, Retune will bring together more than 500 intrepid minds across 2 days.
Day 0 / 26. September: Warm Up evening from 19h taking place at Sehsucht (Schönhauser Allee 149, 10435 Berlin). Pass by, meet your fellow festival goers, grab a beer and get your festival bag!
Day 1 / 27. September: Conference Day with keynotes, talk and panel discussions, performances and installations, taking place at Silent Green (Gerichtstraße 35, 13347 Berlin). The day is moderated by Alexandra Wolf & Fernanda Parente from Selektor and Christian Zöllner from The Constitute.
Day 2 / 28. September: Satellite Day with workshops, studio visits, exhibitions and a closing party taking place all over Berlin.
The Festival is a “think-and-do-tank” and explores the speculative futures of our digital society. Internationally renowned creatives , researchers, and engineers working on latest technologies will share their inspirational insights in talks and panels. Get your hands on in workshops and experiment with future ideas and technologies. Experience and immerse yourself into digital art with installations, exhibitions and performance. And exchange with interdisciplinary creative pioneers.
Expect a whole lot of design friction, glitched visions and real future shit.
All festival passes include access to the Conference Day on Sep 27th at Silent Green, the Performance Night, two Workshops from the Satellite Program on Sep 28th and the Festival Closing at STATE Studio.
All prices include 19% VAT. If you think, you shouln't have to pay the German VAT or if you have other questions, get in touch with: tickets/at/retune.de
Some parts of the festival can also be attended without a full festival pass. Look out for events marked as "public" and make sure to sign up beforehand.
Questions? Get in touch with: wft / at / retune.de
The Retune Festival is a project by Retune Creative Technology GmbH.
Julian Adenauer (founder & director), Jasmin Grimm (program directress), Wiebke Holtermann (head of production), Nushin Isabelle Yazdani (design & volunteer management), Merani Schilcher (social media).
Graphic Design by Studio Regular, Coding by Alex Tolar.
Fonts: Bluu Next by Jean-Baptiste Morizot (via Velvetyne) and Atlas Grotesk.