To prevent coronavirus infection,the Event below was canceled.

New date will be announced later.


Manami N. will perform ” The L and R Problem version 2020 for Fukushima”

14.3.2020  13:00- @ CHAMBER OMACHI, FUKUSHIMA, Japan

Funded by Berlin Senate Department for Culture and Europe

More details ( in Japanese)



25.1.2020 20:00

アストラルヴィジョン(Astral Vision): Manami N.+ Georg H.

Drone improvisation

Synergy- Vorspiel Transmediale



Turmoil Excess_ Vorspiel / transmediale & CTM with Modular + Space Berlin
(Gottlieb-Dunkel-Str. 43/44  12099 Berlin)
28.1.2018 21:00 Manami N. will present “Kawaita Sabaku version h30”.

CTM Festival at Modular + Space on Facebook


Manami N. will present new piece ” Without Love, make Heimat”

Edition Heroines of Sound
17.06.2017 @ Kantine Berghain, DE-Berlin

7,25 strahlung


Ein audiovisuelles Experiment für 2 Schauspieler und eine Musikerin

Trailer directed by Ulf Groote



Ulrich Meinecke & Wlada Vladislava

weitere infos:  725 strahlung

“Do we taste like Sugar?”
Film history has a widespread array of various genres and sub-genres to reflect on the ever changing processes of human society and of course also on the relationship mankind has to the environment.
There is a sub-genre of horror films devoted to the subject of “natural horror films” or “zoological horror films” where animals are the threatening protagonists.
In the 50s with the experience of the atomic bombs at the end of WW2 and the era of ongoing nuclear bomb tests people’s imagination was drawn to the mutation of creatures.
Like in “Them!” (1954) or “Tarantula” (1955) giant ants or a spider attack human beings.
In the 70s the notion of “nature taking revenge” for the destruction done by mankind was more and more evolving as a mirror of a worldwide growing eco-critical movement.
I am very interested in those imaginations, the animal attacks on mankind seen as a kind of oracle.
I would like to make a short Noise performance for the exhibition of Dirk Holzberg, which will have its opening on 26th April 2016- 30 years after the Chernobyl catastrophe.The piece is also dedicated to the musical theme of “The Exorcist” (1973), composed by Lalo Schifrin which was finally rejected by the director William Friedkin to be used in the film.

Ausstellung in der Mathematischen Fachbibliothek der TU Berlin
Dirk Holzberg “x populationen”
Date: 26th April 2016 from 18:00 (Performance starts 18:30 in time)
Place: Mathematische Fachbibliothek, MA 163 Straße des 17. Juni 136 | 10623 Berlin Mathematische Fachbibliothek
More infos : Dirk Holzberg x populationen