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Closing Celebration
WiFM ZiFM DUB night feat. Bill Kouligas
Thursday, October 7, 7 PM

On Thursday, Bill Kouligas—producer, DJ and founder of the record label PAN—will play a live DJ set of dub music on soundshitsystem, the monumental speaker installation at the center of nora chipaumire’s solo exhibition afternow. This event marks the penultimate day of chipaumire’s exhibition, and will be the final WiFM ZiFM dub night at Callie’s. On this occasion, Kouligas will perform a very special live DJ set from 7pm to 10pm.

A mountainous speaker installation, soundshitsystem, celebrates the legacy of sound systems in Jamaican culture. It was designed by chipaumire in collaboration with Ari Marcopoulos and Kara Walker, and constructed by Matt Jackson Studio. Callie’s dub nights invite visitors to interact with and respond to the installation, facilitating the kind of collective experience that is essential to chipaumire’s practice. For each of the six dub nights, chipaumire has collaborated with a different Berlin-based sound artist.

Bill Kouligas is the founder and creative director of PAN, a multi-disciplinary record label and platform. PAN releases physical editions of recordings, visual and literary media, digital works in a wide range of formats, and organizes events and showcases. Among others, PAN has collaborated with MoMA PS1, New York, the Institute for Contemporary Art, London, and Berghain, Berlin.

Please note that in accordance with new regulations, only guests showing proof of vaccination or recovery will be admitted to the venue. A negative COVID test is not sufficient for this event.

Thursday, October 7th from 7pm to 10pm

Location: Callie’s courtyard and ground floor studio at Lindower Str. 20.

Please register online in advance using the form below. Registration on-site is possible, capacity permitting.

Admission is free.

Please note that in accordance with new regulations, only guests showing proof of vaccination or recovery will be admitted to the venue. A negative COVID test is not sufficient for this event.