During the span of four days (25th – 28th September 2014) Colectivo Futuro is taking residency inside Berlin Community Radio, joined by local visual artists, DJs, cultural promoters, thinkers, and doers to explore the possibilities of a borderless state of mind through collaboration. During the launch night they’ll be broadcasting a collaborative show with CDR and be joined by Berlin producer and selector Domenique Xander.

The Artists:

Drury Brennan Los Angeles (United States)
A multidisciplinary creator now focusing on the art of calligraphy, Drury Brennan does not shy away from challenges. Always looking to experiment with materials and disciplines, Drury has been a jazz drummer, a hip-hop DJ, associate editor of Flaunt magazine, and art teacher. For CF Berlin, Drury will be exhibiting a series of experiments with ceramics done in collaboration with American painter Lee Kratzer, as well as other printed matter.


Ina Weise Dresden (Germany)
A true renaissance woman, Ina Weise’s work spans many different techniques and forms. Comfortable while working with textiles, letterpress, large scale installations, or public performances and interventions; Ina’s most recent endeavor was to complete a Public Art and New Artistic Strategies MA at Bauhaus-Universität in Weimar. For CF Berlin, Ina will be exhibiting an interactive and playful piece, as well as some of her beautiful prints.


Palefroi (France)
An art project and screen print studio run by Damien Tran and Marion Jdanoff, Palefroi produces limited edition art prints, posters, artist books and zines. Their work is characterized by a free-form aesthetic in which rules are taken apart, allowing creativity and playfulness to come to the forefront of their compositions. Their work has been exhibited in galleries from Thessaloniki to Liverpool. Palefroi will be exhibiting large scale screenprints and a selection of zines at CF Berlin.


Yoko Seyama Tokyo (Japan) 
Japanese scenographer and multimedia artist Yoko Seyama specializes in spacial time-based art. With a background in architecture and performing arts, her installations combine digital and natural materials that she works into mutating space. She has collaborated with world renowned choreographers and her work has been show at Zentrum für Internationale Lichtkunst and TodaysArt Festival to name a few. Yoko will be creating a small scale installation to show at CF Berlin.


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