The multiple award winning art and research platform Art Laboratory Berlin (ALB) presents interdisciplinary art projects in an international context. Our main goal is the presentation, research, publication and mediation of contemporary art at the interface of art, science and technology.
+++++++ In connection with their winter studio residencies at Art Laboratory Berlin, artist designer Fara Peluso and artist Sarah Hermanutz will invite the public to learn more about their current artistic practices on 27 until 29 January 2023, with a public conversation on 29 January 2023. +++++++ On 16 December 2022, Art Laboratory Berlin’s co-director, curator and art historian Regine Rapp gave a keynote lecture “Living Matter in Time and Space. On Time-Space Concepts and Material Aesthetics of Living Art” at the symposium PRESERVING LIVELINESS at the Academy of Fine Arts Vienna. +++++++
In connection with their winter studio residencies at Art Laboratory Berlin, artist designer Fara Peluso and artist Sarah Hermanutz will invite the public to learn more about their cuartistic practices on from 27 until 29 January 2023, with a public conversation on 29 January 2023.Read more
The Colloquium addresses an international interdisciplinary research audience to present and discuss past, present or future projects as a the work-in-progress. The Reading Club is an event series, a hybrid format derived from reading group and artist talk formats. This time two formats happen together.Read more
During the months of October and November 2022 bio media artist Saša Spačal undertakes artistic research for her new project “Terra Xenobiotica or How to Belong” at the lab of the Rillig Group | Ecology of Plants, Institute of Biology, FU Berlin and at Art Laboratory Berlin. In her project Spačal explores artistically soil ecology.Read more
The project discusses artistic ways of rebuilding and re-energizing damaged social relations after the pandemic. The international conference includes presentations by artists, currently on show at ALB, and guest speakers from the artistic and curatorial practice, design, biology and anthropology.Read more
The online conference (with livestream) explores various networks – biological, cybernetic, and social. It will include presentations by the artists, currently on show at ALB, and guest scholars from art and media theory, biophysics, and computer science, design and culture studies.Read more