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Day 1 – Radical Sounds Latin America

02/10/2020 a las 19:00 – 22:30
Evento Online
Radical Sounds Latin America


› Mario de Vega (Live Performance)
7:00pm -8:10pm

Slim Soledad

(Dj Set)
8:10pm – 9:20pm


(Dj Set)
9:20pm – 10:30pm

Radio event! Tune in at 07:00pm – 10:30pm CEST on or on FM 88.4 Berlin, 90.7 Potsdam.
This event is part of Radical Sounds Latin America, Edition 2. To see our entire program visit:

Mario de Vega
Vega´s work is contextual, embracing the tension between documentation and performativity. Photographic documentation, video, dramaturges, objects, remains of actions, events, and situations producing ambiguous relations between objects and spaces.He has been guest artist and lecturer at Universität der Künste Berlin, Rijksakademie Amsterdam, Internationales Musikinstitut Darmstadt, Technische Universität Berlin, Ecole Nationale Supérieure des Beaux Arts de Paris, Kyushu University, écal, Universität für angewandte Kunst Wien, among others. His work has been exhibited in Mexico, North America, Chile, South Africa, India, South Korea, China, Russia, Japan and around Europe. He lives and works in Berlin and Mexico City. Since 2020, Mario de Vega is Professor for Sound at Kunsthochschule Kassel.
The experimental artist from Rio de Janeiro but now residing in Berlin gained cultural relevance through her songs and remixes. They cover a range of unlikely rhythms and are highly inspired by the afrofuturism movement. Part of her evolution and intention as an artist is to shock and question, bringing a new vision to what we understand as «music», «art» and «genre». Always with a paradigmatic break approach, her work has a strong content of emotion and sexuality.
Slim Soledad
Black travesty, performer, and multi-artist from São Paulo, based in Berlin. About 2 years ago she started acting as DJ and her research as a DJ starts from Brazilian funk extending something more experimental and then is kind of crazy frying with very specific points that cross your soul. Slim is part of the queer collective called Chernobyl focused on a POC and LGBTQIA+ audience.
Supported by Musicboard Berlin GmbH, and Initiative Musik gGmbH with project funds from the Federal Government Commissioner for Culture and the Media.