Bosporus Bridges Vol. 3 – Record Release Event with haadoob, Karaoglan, Roskow Kretschmann, Cornelia Lund & Holger Lund
The groundbreaking Bosporus Bridges compilation series started in 2005 (Vol. 1), kicking off a new worldwide interest in Turkish funk, jazz, beat and psychedelic music from the 1960s and 1970s. As Turkish pop music is a hybrid of Western and Eastern elements, its unique music has a specific approach, incorporating Turkish language, instruments, melodies etc. We present the third part of the series, along with videos of performances by record’s musicians.
Cornelia Lund is an art and media scientist, as well as curator. In 2011 and 2012 she held a substitute professorship for Art, Aesthetics, and Media at FH Düsseldorf and is currently working on a research project led by the German Research Society DFG at Hamburg University. Additionally, Cornelia Lund teaches design theory at HAW Hamburg. She is co-editor of Post-digital Culture (2015) and The Audiovisual Breakthrough (2015).
Together with Holger Lund, she is running the non-profit and independent media art platform Fluctuating Images e.V. (Berlin). Cornelia and Holger Lund published Audio.Visual – On Visual Music and Related Media (Arnoldsche, Stuttgart 2009) and Design der Zukunft (av edition, Stuttgart 2014).
Holger Lund is an art and design academic as well as curator and DJ. From 2008-2011 he held a substitute professorship for theories of design (Hochschule Pforzheim) and since 2011 he is working as professor for media design at DHBW Ravensburg. He runs the vinyl label Global Pop First Wave.
Together with Cornelia Lund, he runs the non-profit and independent media art platform Fluctuating Images e.V. (Berlin). They published Audio.Visual – On Visual Music and Related Media (Arnoldsche, Stuttgart 2009) and Design der Zukunft (av edition, Stuttgart 2014).