In 1943 the tango “Percal” by Homero Expósito (text) and Domingo Federica (music) was published – the music worth listening to and the text worth reading …
The category “Miscellaneous” gathers contributions that have not (yet) found their place. For solitaires, scattered, fugitives, this is a transit station until enough similar ones have been found to open a new category. Then they move from here to there.
In the bar of the menus, however, they are already assigned to one.
Libertad Esmeralda Iocco reiste im Sommer des Jahres 2022 nach Argentinien – zum 100-jährigen Geburtstag ihrer Großmutter, Libertad Demitrópulos.
In the series Seitenblicke, the author Ulrike Warmuth has read her texts herself. These audio tracks are part of the four eBooks, as are the texts and photos. Fraktalwerk gives you the chance to hear a prose fragment from each of the books. Have fun listening! (German language only)
Half a year after Anjolie York visited us in Berlin, she sent audio tracks, some of which we give you the chance to hear.
Fraktalwerk war auf der Tangonale 2015 mit einer Lesung und einer digitalen Fotoausstellung sowie einem Stand vertreten.
As an observer, Marlen Wagner explores the mysterious facets of Tango Argentinos in “Tango – let me into your secret”. Her photographic works show snapshots, chance encounters.
In her photographic art, Marlen Wagner finds a way to combine her passion for dance and her fascination for movement swings and lines.
Tango and tango dancing also pose the question of a secret that belongs not only to the tango itself but also to the dancers. But it only reveals itself if you keep on dancing. And “tango. let me into your secret” invites you to do just that.
The hunt for the perfect moment ends with the death of the hunter, not with that of the prey. But is it about hunting the moment – or about experiencing it and only becoming aware of it in its transience?