Markus M. Schneider is the founder of Metrowaves, a platform for promoting electronic music in china.
Wild Be[ij]ing is a direct forward attempt to deal with uncontrolled urban emergences. It inspects Beijing, a wild city of unprecedented rapid growth, in which logics for production of urban substance are constantly shifting and reinvented.
The Other Place is at 1 Langjia Hutong, right off of Beiluguoxiang. They’re open every day from noon until the last person leaves. 2am-ish. Their music programming kicks off with next weekend’s Sinotronics Launch party.
Concrete Flux is a multi-media, multi-disciplinary online journal which takes as its subject matter China's hyper-fast emerging urban spaces, their meaning and one's everyday experiences of them. We believe that a new configuration of space through urbanisation will lead to a new configuration of society. Our aim, then, is to contribute to some understanding of or gain insight into what these spaces, which seem to emerge faster than our minds can log and assess, may mean.
HomeShop initiated its first project series in August of 2008 during the Beijing Summer Olympics. For the Games 2008 series, the framework of Beijing and the Olympic games was used as a grid from which to allow indeterminacies to converge and reappear―a way of building common spaces from the urban environment and community practice.
I Love Your Home - Elaine W. Ho & Fotini Lazaridou-Hatzigoga
BEIERTIAO Leaks - HomeShop