Jordi Colomer is a Spanish architect and artist who started his formation at the EINA, Art and Design School in Barcelona where he studied History of Art and Architecture. He was interested in architectural planning in Urbanism. That’s why his performance lies in the public space, making video which comport sculpture, scenography and architecture.

Then he made some videos across Brazil, France, Romania, Japan, Yemen and Mexico showing unprofessional actors filmed in architectural spaces wide or desert.

He also made an interesting work about the anarchism in city centers named ANARCHITEKTON. Colomer tries to make a good critic of our city centers in a simple way: making models and running away bringing them in front of the building or the space.

Visit his website and follow him! You can see him in the ARCHILAB Center in Orleans.


Mike Dehnert has this magnificent ability of giving the best of his German culture. After releasing EPs and giving away plenty of remixes, Framework comes up and unifies a clear coherent techno from the beginning till the end. Infix will take you down (to the party) and free from work, before we go deeper inside the dark and masculine side of Framework Quatro Klartext and Teilfolge. Inversion kills it all with these bells and reaches the peak of the album. Palindrom will take you up and down like the russian mountains with it being 11 minutes long. Whilst Deep Detroit’s voice narrates the end of the world… oh god this album is too good.