This weekend at the best new artspace in town, Spektrum present another very special exhibition with Lacuna Lab putting on a diverse show comprising works from a wide array of artists from all possible fields.
LACUNA LAB is a collaborative co-creation space in Berlin Kreuzberg. They mix logic and beauty to create interactive works, driven by imagination, playfulness, and experimentation. They love partnering with others on projects and collaborations, and sharing what they learn through public exhibitions, classes, and workshops.[vimeo 163442360 w=700&h=481]
For three days, Spektrum is overgrown by Lacuna Lab, a Berlin-centred collective of trans-disciplinary artists. For the collective’s inaugural exhibition, spores of ideas waft across the canal from their studio on Paul-Lincke-Ufer, taking root as a multi-channel network of biology- and technology-based pieces.[vimeo 163556195 w=700&h=481]
These objects and installations draw input from their surroundings in Spektrum, the audience, and one another, creating a playful environment of screens, textiles, lights, lasers, plants, water vapor, and interwoven generative sounds. Opening with a live-generated audio-visual-dance performance, this exhibition investigates collaboration, perception, growth and decay.
Exhibition #5: Lacuna Lab: Activation
Friday – Saturday 22nd-24th April 2016
SPEKTRUMberlin | Bürknerstraße 12 | 12047 Berlin-Neukölln