transmediale 2024: you’re doing amazing sweetie

transmediale is an annual festival and a platform for critical reflection on cultural transformation from a post-digital perspective. For over 30 years, the festival has been one of the most important international events in the field of digital art and culture.

The 37th edition of transmediale explores the toxic logics of online content as it claims more and more of the world's attention and resources, and how this perceived horror of content production defines and frustrates our relationships with technology. you're doing amazing sweetie focuses on the useless politics and political processes that emerge from the endless cycles of online consumption and distraction in and with social networks.

The transmediale Festival 2024 will take place at silent green and other locations in Berlin. In exhibitions, performances, film screenings, talks and lectures, international artists, thinkers and practitioners will examine how language, relationships and political possibilities are increasingly degenerating into a manipulative and mindless artifice through permanent access to content.
The exhibition Uncensored Lilac Bassam Issa Al-Sabah and Jennifer Mehigan can be seen at the transmediale studio in silent green from January 26 to April 14. The exhibition questions the ways in which climate change influences and alters social and environmental relationships and transforms the studio into a fantastic world.

Season 1 and 2
The first two days of the festival – Season 1 and Season 2 – are dedicated to performances and conversations operating as confessionals, exploring the politics of erasure and censorship, girl economies, infrastructures of distraction, and the tensions between the real/unreal of digital authoritarianism. Operating through the gestures and tactics of performance, the Betonhalle of silent green will be transformed into an immersive space of performance, interventions, conversation, and film screenings.

Featuring Aleena Chia, Alex Quicho, Anna Engelhardt, bela and Kloxii Li, Clea Bourne, Eva Papamargariti, Holly Childs and Gediminas Žygus, Joel Sherwood Spring, Mario Santanilla, Rachel O'Dwyer, and Winnie Soon, with more to be announced.


Wednesday, January 31 – Friday, February 2
Opening:  31.1., 6pm, free admission