Saturday, November 13, 2010
Pre-Event: Doors: 17h; Start 18h
Main Event: Doors: 19h; Start 20h
Studio im Admiralspalast, Friedrichsstr. 101
18+ to enter.
2010 TOUR CITIES
Known for its place in world history, Berlin today is a magnet for creativity, with artists from all over flocking to it in a frenzy. This is the zeitgeist metropolis, and it captures the modern imagination. That's why Cut&Paste is headed for Berlin once again! Design here is ultra-hip, setting a high bar for everyone else to bend over backwards. To all the aspiring global champs out there: crack your knuckles, stretch your back, get in the zone, and take note—Berlin is bringing its highly efficient style of competitive play to the tournament again.
44flavours is an art collective based in Kreuzberg - Berlin, consisting of Sebastian Bagge and Julio Rölle. Their work showcases a high level of knowledge of the diverse fields of art, by incorporating and rearranging them to bring their own visions to life. Growing up with graffiti and the derivative sample and remix culture of hip-hop, both artists developed their individual styles without the implicit limits of any specific medium - instead they exploited multiple media to support and best express their ideas and tastes at the moment of creation. 44flavours is still evolving in an environment of unlimited freedom and creativity.
DESIGNERDOCK was founded in 1996 by the Australian Alexander Dewhirst. The original plan was to help a handful of Berliner design agencies to find top creatives - thus the name "DESIGNERDOCK". Soon the business expanded to include copywriters, account managers, advertising professionals and other professions in the communication industry. Today we’ll learn from the experts how to prepare a portfolio no employer can reject!
Mate Steinforth is the head of the Berlin branch of the motion design and animation Label SEHSUCHT since December 2009. He studied graphic design at the University of Applied Arts Hildesheim and the University of Madrid. He worked as an Art Director at Juan De La Mata and later as a freelance motion designer/director for several companies in Berlin and Munich. In 2007, he moved to New York to work for the production company PSYOP.