Center, Kurfürstenstraße 174, 10785 Berlin

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Upcoming :



21 – 28 September 2014

Opening Reception: Saturday 20 September, 7pm





A sound exhibition in collaboration with:

1857 – Norway (with Stian Eide Kluge)
Almanac – United Kingdom (with Aimee Heinemann)
Center – Germany (with Clémence de La Tour du Pin, Antoine Renard)
Frankfurt Am Main – Germany (with Gianluca Concialdi)
General Fine Arts – Germany (with Andrea Lukic)
M/L Artspace – United States (with Lena Henke, Marie Karlberg)
NO SPACE – Mexico (with Andrew Birk, Jaakko Pallasvuo, Ian Swanson)
Parallel Oaxaca – Mexico (with Oa4s)
Piper Keys – United Kingdom (with Lawrence Leaman, Jacques Rogers)
Rupert – Lithuania (with Nick Bastis)
SALTS – Switzerland (with Hannah Weinberger, Stefan Sulzer)
Tonus – France (with Jacent Varoym)
V4ULT – Germany (with Anna Mikkola, Hanna Nilsson)

A project by Clémence de La Tour du Pin, Elise Lammer, Emiliano Pistacchi and Antoine Renard


EDEN is not exactly a rehab center

Gathering a selection of local and international non-for-profit spaces, presenting the works of 19 artists, EDENunlimited/tbc.tbc is a sound and words conversation between artists who don’t physically meet, using the natural resilience of sound to create overlapping narratives between a variety of works. Reminiscent of an old sanatorium, an existing dormitory is reworked as a communal space, where each work is integrated as a domestic element or fantasized therapeutic appliance. 13 project spaces are selecting artists whose work is freely set up (re-interpreted) with the aim to create one single soundscape. The interpretation of each sound work is devised after the original features of the space; somewhere between a rehab center, a hospital dorm or the sleeping quarters of a forgotten cult.

This exhibition represents the most uncomprehensive and less definitive inquiry on sound. The contributing art spaces were selected following a set of secret yet random criteria. Once invited, they were simply asked to provide a sound work as well as a visual element complementing or contradicting such work by an artist of their choice. The resulting exhibition takes shape following an intuitive work process between the artists and curators who initiated this experiment.


Opening: Saturday, September 20, 7pm (3rd floor)
After party: Berlin Community Radio, 10pm (ground floor)
Finissage: Sunday, September 28, 7pm – Young girl reading group by d3signbur3au, music and performance by Miss M.E
Location: Alt Stralau 4, Berlin Treptow

With the kind support of Bechstein Network

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'a gesture waves us on, answering our own wave' V4ULT publication launch

Saturday, September 20
2 pm – 5 pm

Performance/reading by V4ULT
with Susan Ploetz and Julia Zange
3 pm & 4 pm

Edited & designed by V4ULT
Texts edited by Elvia Wilk
Published by Nero, 2014

With new texts by: Harry Burke, Benjamin Bratton, Lucy Chinen, Jesse Darling, Martti Kalliala, Jenna Sutela, Rasmus Svensson and Elvia Wilk

The publication 'a gesture waves us on, answering our own wave', looks at interfaces in an expanded field. It proposes that interfaces can alter the way we observe and behave in our surroundings, and suggests ways to design more responsive environments.

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Past :





Hey, and then there is the human experience: the making of, the instalment, the break-and-enter...the seizure by police and park control. Cat 'n mouse.

How about there, it is potentially green it is potentially grey, potentially nada. And we can potentially vandalize anywhere….this is great!



Aleksander Hardashnakov
Anthony Salvador
Ivana Basic
Mirak Jamal
Ruben Grilo
Sandra Vaka Olsen
Santiago Taccetti
Steffen Bunte
Zuzanna Czebatul (Antoine Renard and Clemence de La Tour du Pin)

A project by Santiago Taccetti & Mirak Jamal (

Off site event: Sandgrube im Jagen 86, 14193 Berlin-Grunewald

Tours to artwork path will be guided throughout the day
In the frame of the PSF

Tuesday, August 26
2 pm – 8 pm

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Victoria Colmegna
Lars Holdhus
Ellen Yeon Kim
Clémence de La Tour du Pin
Lin May
Aude Pariset
Antoine Renard
Yves Scherer
Beny Wagner

A project by

May 2 – June 21

Opening: Thursday, May 1
7 pm – 9 pm







SSTLT/115919758 Clemence de La Tour du Pin publication launch

Elaboration of poisonous vapors, hot girl sweat, neutrality gel and synthetic stinks, stomach-to-stomach snatches ― SSTLT/115919758 is a prospect on the body and its representation through cosmetic and marketing standards. The publication combines scented thoughts and experiences by perfumers, writers, artists, designers and other practitioners in related fields.

SSTLT/115919758 is the first of a series of publications by This issue follows Clémence de La Tour du Pin's last solo exhibition 'Brand, Nature and Teamwork', for which she developed a scent based on the notion of 'New' in collaboration with a major producer of flavors and fragrances (IFF). The 'latest', exogenous impulses that could seduce and trigger consumption reaction.

With contribution by : Diego Agulló, Shane Anderson, d3signbur3au, Anne Fellner & Burkhard Beschow, Hendrik, Renaud Jerez, Sandra Mujinga, John, Henry Newton, Antoine Renard, Santiago Taccetti, Yves Scherer, Elvia Wilk.

Thanks to Nicolas Beaulieu (IFF), Thomas Lagarde (ENSCI)

Friday, June 6
7 pm – 9 pm






1.8 % Likör Licker Lecker Publication launch

A rerereread n lease n print of Good Times & Nocturnal News #2 live aired n voiced the 11th of APRIL at 8 pm untill later ! best regards egle ccccry baby n palm springs


With contributions by: Adam Avikainen, Olivier Castel, Rob Chavasse, Côme Ciment, Celiné Condorelli, Clémence de La Tour du Pin, Adam Fearon, Daniel Fernández Pascual, Stefanie Hessler, Valentinas Klimašauskas, Justė Kostikovaitė, Karl Larsson, Hanne Lippard, Nicholas Matranga, Anna Mikkola, Robertas Narkus, Morten Norbye Halvorsen, Antoine Renard
Sebastian Rozenberg, Manuel Scheiwiller, Emma Siemens-Adolphe, Simon Speiser, Jenna Sutela, Rustan Söderling, Elvia Wilk

April 12 – 19

Opening : Friday, April 12
8 pm






Release by Info-Punkt : Bonus Material II – Jasper Spicero

This is the second issue of Bonus Material, a series of PDF publications that invites artists to present a selection of alternative documentation of already exhibited work. It features the work of artist Jasper Spicero showing unreleased documentation of two 2012 solo shows.


Wednesday, March 12
7 pm – 9 pm






Winter screening

with videos selected by:



Wednesday, December 21
5 pm – 10 pm

@Almanac, London





organized by

Paul Barsch, Jason Hirata
Text by Thomas Janitzky & Ronny Szillo

Melanie Bonajo, Markus Selg
Reading by Yael Salomonowitz

Jaś Domicz, Max Ruf
Text : Astrid Korporaal & Guido Santandrea (Almanac)

Mirak Jamal, Scott Rogers
Text by Inger Wold Lund

Stephan Backes, Rodell Warner
Text: Tom Trevatt

Steve Bishop, Renaud Jerez
Text by Olivia Dunbar

Zoe Barcza, Jennifer Chan
Text by d3signbur3au

Cecile B Evans, Leslie Kulesh
Text by Hanne Lippard

Sandra Mujinga, Mark Soo
Text by John Holten

Juliette Bonneviot, Santiago Taccetti
Text by Merel Cladder

Olivia Erlanger, Amalia Ulman
Text by Elvia Wilk

Lars TCF Holdus, Martin Kohout
Text by Yves Scherer

Daniel Jacoby, Hans-Henning Korb
Text by Merel Cladder

Anne Fellner & Burkhard Beschow, Marlie Mul
Text: by John Henry Newton

Baden Pailthorpe, Alexey Vanushkin
Text by Jol Thomson


Each Friday from November 29 to March 28, 2014
7 pm – 10 pm