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From the 7th to the 9th of June, Arty Farty's team organized a series of talks, conferences and workshops centered around the subject of shifting narratives on the European level. In the 3 days of European Lab, over 80 guest speakers exchanged and debated over themes like inclusivity, sustainability, gender and racial representativity, afropeanity and more.

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Moderation : Lila Meghraoua

Speakers : Hugo Richel, Pedro Vian, Pussykrew

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In April 2020, a virtual concert by Travis Scott on the video game Fortnite attracted a global audience of millions. Quite aside from the impact of lockdown, the resounding success of the event raises important questions about how we experiment with and consume music – and above all, about new ways of constructing formats in this artistic field.

 

Conscious that our attention spans last around half a minute, Modern Obscure Music recently released a compilation of tracks lasting no longer than… 32 seconds.

 

At a time of increased interaction between the worlds of video game sand music, when artists are increasingly having to innovate to reach new communities and when the arts scene is becoming ever more oriented towards hybridisation, what place do these new formats occupy in today’s music industry?

We also took this opportunity to record interviews with Sarah Gamrani, creator of poetry book “Au-Delà du Club” (Beyond Club) – to read here – , and Steven Van Lummel, founder of The Hague’s PIP – to read here.

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