Gr_und

Gr_und gr_und is a nonprofit artist-run space situated in Wedding, Berlin gr_und is a nonprofit artist-run space situated in Wedding, Berlin. gr_und is an active space for the materialisation of curated concepts.

Using multi-displinary methods of visual art, performance, sound and linguistics. gr_und is a platform for experimentation and re-adjusting the status quo of the commercial art world. gr_und will work from various media outlets via exhibitions, workshops,live web radio and an open source art library. gr_und accepts proposals and welcomes zines, books, records, videos and other ephemera. Team : James Verhille, Delphine Marinier, Lan Hungh, Anna Frick

Wie gewohnt öffnen

Friday! Live music at gr_und With @staxl_andre and Cesar PalaceSTAXL SOLO PROJEKTelectro beat destructured from Leipzigh...
02/11/2021

Friday! Live music at gr_und
With @staxl_andre and Cesar Palace

STAXL SOLO PROJEKT
electro beat destructured from Leipzig
https://soundcloud.com/staxl

CESAR PALACE
Drum solo made in france, end of 90's festival music
Cesarpalace.bandcamp.com
Cesarpalace.xyz
Facebook.com cesarpalace/soloband

Doors open at 8pm
3 euros entrance
#livemusic #contemporaryart #berlinart #berlinunderground #berlin #leipzig #cesarpalace #staxl

Friday! Live music at gr_und
With @staxl_andre and Cesar Palace

STAXL SOLO PROJEKT
electro beat destructured from Leipzig
https://soundcloud.com/staxl

CESAR PALACE
Drum solo made in france, end of 90's festival music
Cesarpalace.bandcamp.com
Cesarpalace.xyz
Facebook.com cesarpalace/soloband

Doors open at 8pm
3 euros entrance
#livemusic #contemporaryart #berlinart #berlinunderground #berlin #leipzig #cesarpalace #staxl

25/10/2021

this saturday @ Gr_und

After conceptualizing the group show « W.E.L.T. - Apophenia » in 2017 and building the futuristic cave of « LN2 V***R » ...
08/10/2021

After conceptualizing the group show « W.E.L.T. - Apophenia » in 2017 and building the futuristic cave of « LN2 V***R » in 2019, Théo returns to Gr_und for his first solo-exhibition.
Comprised of 16 dedicated speakers dispersed through the entire length of the gallery -think one voice per speaker, a sort of speaker orchestra-, « over&overtime&time again » is an immersive 1h long musical piece sketching an abstract story.
MULTICHANNEL AUDIO INSTALLATION

The aim here is to put in relation months of sonic research in the artist’s studio on the deconstruction of genre-assigned emotive sound particles with the wish to sound space (« sounding » here as verb: « to examine by causing to emit sounds »).
If you imagine a patchwork quilt sewn from Drone, Disco, Footwork and Jazz pieces, « over&over » would be made of the residues, the particles of fabric and dust ejected from the action of beating the comforter, giving us the opportunity to observe the grains descending slowly under different angles as it falls through the sunlight with the help of experimental methods like granular synthesis, spectral processing, extreme time stretching and bit reduction.
With this audio installation, Théo invites us to walk through the field of loudspeakers to investigate the role of time in the production of space and vice versa, but also through our own movements, to reflect upon the active part of the listener on the very fabric of the composition. With more than one event happening at once in the piece, the visitor is invited to harmonize the chaos, focus on specific details or step back, sit and meditate or roam around.

An artist talk between Anna Wiget from eat-art.biz and Théo Pozoga will take place on Thursday Oct 28th at 19:00 and will be retransmitted live online.

After conceptualizing the group show « W.E.L.T. - Apophenia » in 2017 and building the futuristic cave of « LN2 V***R » in 2019, Théo returns to Gr_und for his first solo-exhibition.
Comprised of 16 dedicated speakers dispersed through the entire length of the gallery -think one voice per speaker, a sort of speaker orchestra-, « over&overtime&time again » is an immersive 1h long musical piece sketching an abstract story.
MULTICHANNEL AUDIO INSTALLATION

The aim here is to put in relation months of sonic research in the artist’s studio on the deconstruction of genre-assigned emotive sound particles with the wish to sound space (« sounding » here as verb: « to examine by causing to emit sounds »).
If you imagine a patchwork quilt sewn from Drone, Disco, Footwork and Jazz pieces, « over&over » would be made of the residues, the particles of fabric and dust ejected from the action of beating the comforter, giving us the opportunity to observe the grains descending slowly under different angles as it falls through the sunlight with the help of experimental methods like granular synthesis, spectral processing, extreme time stretching and bit reduction.
With this audio installation, Théo invites us to walk through the field of loudspeakers to investigate the role of time in the production of space and vice versa, but also through our own movements, to reflect upon the active part of the listener on the very fabric of the composition. With more than one event happening at once in the piece, the visitor is invited to harmonize the chaos, focus on specific details or step back, sit and meditate or roam around.

An artist talk between Anna Wiget from eat-art.biz and Théo Pozoga will take place on Thursday Oct 28th at 19:00 and will be retransmitted live online.

Animals Parade, 95 x 140 cmBy @_nelio & @brown_gold_Open this week Wednesday to Saturday 3 to 7 pm
20/09/2021

Animals Parade, 95 x 140 cm
By @_nelio & @brown_gold_
Open this week Wednesday to Saturday 3 to 7 pm

Animals Parade, 95 x 140 cm
By @_nelio & @brown_gold_
Open this week Wednesday to Saturday 3 to 7 pm

WƐ60Duncan Passmore & Nelio Riga.Exhibition view
18/09/2021

WƐ60
Duncan Passmore & Nelio Riga.
Exhibition view

WƐ60
Duncan Passmore & Nelio Riga.
Exhibition view

Off the foul city, 150 x 200 cmby Duncan Passmore & Nelio Rigaopen today for 2 to 7 pm
17/09/2021

Off the foul city, 150 x 200 cm
by Duncan Passmore & Nelio Riga
open today for 2 to 7 pm

this saturday @Gr_und
07/09/2021

this saturday @Gr_und

WƐ60 “Wego (…) the fusion of two psychic entities (…). A collective consciousness. Produced perhaps by the multiple diss...
04/09/2021

WƐ60

“Wego (…) the fusion of two psychic entities (…). A collective consciousness. Produced perhaps by the multiple dissociation of the personality."

The futurological Congress. By Stanislaw Lem 1971

Balancing the contrasts of Horror vacui and Minimalism, the exhibition at Gr_und explores the process of collaborative art through painting, sculpture and installation.

Passmore and Riga have a long history of painting and travelling, resulting in collaborative projects such as murals, canvases, residencies and exhibitions.

Expressionism, abstraction, rotation and collective misinterpretation act as the unifying elements for this spontaneous piece.

Gr_und.

Sep 11th to Oct 10th.

Duncan Passmore & Nelio Riga.
@brown_gold_
https://www.instagram.com/_nelio/?hl=fr

WƐ60

“Wego (…) the fusion of two psychic entities (…). A collective consciousness. Produced perhaps by the multiple dissociation of the personality."

The futurological Congress. By Stanislaw Lem 1971

Balancing the contrasts of Horror vacui and Minimalism, the exhibition at Gr_und explores the process of collaborative art through painting, sculpture and installation.

Passmore and Riga have a long history of painting and travelling, resulting in collaborative projects such as murals, canvases, residencies and exhibitions.

Expressionism, abstraction, rotation and collective misinterpretation act as the unifying elements for this spontaneous piece.

Gr_und.

Sep 11th to Oct 10th.

Duncan Passmore & Nelio Riga.
@brown_gold_
https://www.instagram.com/_nelio/?hl=fr

Exhibition view of our current showLullaby, by Marina Stanimirovic
23/07/2021

Exhibition view of our current show
Lullaby, by Marina Stanimirovic

Exhibition view of our current show
Lullaby, by Marina Stanimirovic

Lullaby by @ma.stanimirovicOpening Friday 16th of JulyFrom 6 pmSee you tomorrow!
15/07/2021

Lullaby by @ma.stanimirovic
Opening Friday 16th of July
From 6 pm
See you tomorrow!

Lullaby by @ma.stanimirovic
Opening Friday 16th of July
From 6 pm
See you tomorrow!

Thank you to all the collaborators, and Botschaft der Niederlande in Deutschland for the support What do we make of the ...
13/07/2021

Thank you to all the collaborators, and Botschaft der Niederlande in Deutschland for the support

What do we make of the role of contemporary design in the climate breakdown era?
As extractive systems, created by some humans, are responsible for exponentially increasing the amount of materials exploited on a planetary scale—carelessly consuming more than 100 billion tons a year, as resource reuse is declining.
We need to quickly bring into discussion how to apply modes and methodologies to shift into sustainable and circular practices effectively.
To radically reduce the impact of the prevailing material and manufacturing culture, while simultaneously recognizing the importance of multi-species entanglement.
We live in a historical time where we encounter the limits of growth. Reform needs to accelerate for the sake of futurity. Through transformative approaches that deal with an increasing geopolitical sense of ecological urgency, design is no longer a form of styling. We live in a historical time where we encounter the limits of growth. Reform needs to accelerate for the sake of futurity. Through transformative approaches that deal with an increasing geopolitical sense of ecological urgency, design is no longer a form of styling. Paying equal regard by creative imagination to social injustice and the modern commodification of nature—subsequently creating innovative learning land­scapes.
Sustainability shouldn‘t be about sustaining the present conditions, rather improving and moving beyond them.
The All Good(s) program, set up by the Embassy of the Netherlands in Berlin, shows the possibilities that ‘new materials’ offer—in terms of raw materials, techniques and applications—to make a sustainable and circular future possible. Both Germany and the Netherlands face similar challenges, namely the transition to a fully circular economy in 2050. The current pandemic shows the vulnerability of global production chains and material flows and thus the need for the reuse of materials or the development of new materials under circular design principles.
Offering a stage for emerging and established change-makers, researchers and designers to exchange ideas and visions. Amidst this exhibition within the walls of Gr_und, we show practical applications and experimental investigations into a necessary change transition—from failing traditions.
With : Anna Diljá Sigurðardótti, Basse Stittgen, Claudia Bumb, Hannah Segerkrantz, Idalene Rapp and Natascha Unger, Ina Budde, Jade Ruijzenaars, Kirsten Hermans, Michelle Baggerman, Pierre Castignola, Tim Teven, Tim van der Loo

Today Gr_und
09/07/2021

Today Gr_und

This saturday will be one of the last chance to see our current exhibition, come and have some drinks with us !from 6pmM...
02/07/2021

This saturday will be one of the last chance to see our current exhibition,
come and have some drinks with us !
from 6pm

MOHABIT - Alexandre Bavard

photo : Berlin survival vest, Alexandre Bavard

This saturday will be one of the last chance to see our current exhibition,
come and have some drinks with us !
from 6pm

MOHABIT - Alexandre Bavard

photo : Berlin survival vest, Alexandre Bavard

MOHABIT - Alexandre BavardOpen wednesday to saturday 3 to 7 pmAlexandre Bavard presents MOHABIT a solo show in Berlin at...
17/06/2021

MOHABIT - Alexandre Bavard
Open wednesday to saturday 3 to 7 pm

Alexandre Bavard presents MOHABIT a solo show in Berlin at the artist-run gallery space, gr _ und.
Beginning with a monthlong residency based out of the Humbolthain Club, the Parisian Artist, Alexandre Bavard quickly turned to the neglec- ted landscapes of Berlin, welcoming the city and its streets into his practice. The sites of so-called neo-archeologia; a torn down theatre in Moabit and an abandoned military base in Eberswalde proved suitable sites with which to influence and frame the exhibition that reflects Bavard’s background in graffiti whilst commen- ting on the intersections of his practice and the importance of collaboration.
Similarly to the way in which impressionist painters took their easels on their backs and out through the streets of Paris, looking for suitable sites or appropriate scenes of inspi- ration, Bavard walks the streets of every city to find these sites that evoke attraction to a certain social and cultural phenomena; the was- teland.
At the core of Bavard’s practice we find explora- tion, romantic curiosity and baroudeur-ism; from uncovering the abandoned sites of architectural chaos in dystopian pockets of Berlin, the so- called Wasteland of a city (that we often choose to overlook) becomes a central focus of MOHA- BIT. Bavard unitises his ability to orchestrate objects or sculptures of the ready-made in a ‘white-cube’ gallery setting, the three-part installation and assemblage sculptural works, activate the key sense of exposure in the au- dience’s experience and activate the juxtaposi- tion of extra-ordinary materials.
About gr_und
It would be difficult to overlook the gentle nod towards 80s science fiction-esque aesthetic, the dystopian sculptures and overall landscape of the exhibition embodies that which Alexandre Bavard links to his fascination with the likes of Andrei Tarkovsky’s sci-fi film ‘Stalker’, a wor- ld where its protagonist guides people to the “Zone”, an unnamed location where undisturbed remnants lie amongst the ruins. Alexandre Ba- vard cleverly isolates the gallery as a perfor- mance space, baron wasteland and a curated ex- perience; where the audience is guided through an unnamed zone that evokes a feeling of de- caying past, present and future.
2021, is marked as a year of lockdown; the iso- lation, curfew and quarantine experience are abandoned in Alexandre Bavard’s MOHABIT exhibi- tion. As the artist himself courageously states “F**k the lockdown. Long live the taggers.”
The show will be activated Friday 11th of June 2021 at 8.30pm with a performance by Maeva Ber- thelot.
This exhibition is dedicated to Daniel Weissbach.

Shyamala Maisondeu: Sharp Comfort; Sand Salt Storm; Coral Clouds, 2021 Spatial Scent Installation, which reflects on the...
18/05/2021

Shyamala Maisondeu: Sharp Comfort; Sand Salt Storm; Coral Clouds, 2021

Spatial Scent Installation, which reflects on the theme of the exhibition (Non)Depleted.

Sharp Comfort: A fragrance that is an interplay of metallic-smelling raw materials and ingredients that create a soothing, soft and powdery feeling to create an atmosphere that is calming, gentle and familiar.

Sand Salt Storm: The smell of humid soil and darkness. Rather sombre with a touch of bergamot which brings just enough brightness to counterbalance and make it breathe.

Coral Clouds: Grass, wandering in the clouds, designing with living organisms something that smells green and fresh and crisp.

On show at (Non)Depleted curated by @_nina.blume @oliveriosegura @s.guzmanolmos
Guest curator: @johanna_hnkmp

05/05/2021

Maturre live on Mutant Radio
with Sabrina Rodeo Damien Sayer, Vonverhille and Willis Anne

05/05/2021

this afternoon Gr_und will be live on Mutant Radio
thanks Jean Low Bataille for the invite

Delphine Lejeune and Esteban Gómez-Rosselli: Imagi(ni)ng Flowers, 2021H 90 x W 20 x D 60 cmImagi(ni)ng Flowers is a spec...
04/05/2021

Delphine Lejeune and Esteban Gómez-Rosselli: Imagi(ni)ng Flowers, 2021
H 90 x W 20 x D 60 cm

Imagi(ni)ng Flowers is a speculative project that explores the entanglement between the imaging capacity of technology and the imagining of nature through the subject of flowers. Given flowers “lend themselves to long, highly charged, and highly judgemental aesthetic conversations” (Elaine Scarry) they are situated within the discussion on ambiguity and simulation, to reflect on an overpowering landscape of images, a shifting relation to the nature and the world, and the question of how these are redefined by how we inhabit technology.

On show in (Non)Depleted at Gr_und, Berlin
16.04—30.05.2021

@demc__ @eneverland

(Non)Depleted is a group exhibition that brings together contemporary design and art projects to unwrap the meaning of d...
28/04/2021

(Non)Depleted is a group exhibition that brings together contemporary design and art projects to unwrap the meaning of depletion in the current context. Through this choir of critical but upbeat voices, the exhibition explores unconventional roads to material and systems. That enables different tactics, methodologies and perspectives—translated into objects, installations, furniture and research-based practice.
The title "Depleted" refers to the prevailing challenges of resource depletion, extractive capitalism and the ongoing effects of climate breakdown. While the "Non" highlights the creative minds and practitioners, which address these issues and envision alternative directions. The constellation of sixteen projects and twenty-four individual voices observes and challenges policies that structure resource management and the ecological, emotional, and political implications.
As the contributions transverse different material narratives, they explore modes of visually posing questions and opening up space for a multitude of perspectives—reaching a moment of reflection than a conclusion. An in-between state of transition and not yet knowing—where a statement does not have to be an answer. Letting go of the innovation-driven society's expectations to claim solutions before the question is fully asked or even understood.
Here we invite the audience to reflect with us on what we mean by "forward"–while keeping in mind the distance act of spectating.

ARTISTS/DESIGNERS
Barry Llewellyn, Blast Studio, Davide Piscitelli, Delphine Lejeune, Esteban Gomez, Filip Samuel Berg, Isabel Cavenecia, Kajsa Melchior, Louise Bègue-Teissier, Lukas Stoever, Merle Ibach, Noa Jansma, Patrick Salz, Paul Heinicker, Paulo Arraiano, Rollo Bryant, Romain Albers, Sarah Roseman, Shyamala Maisondieu, Vincent Snijders, Yana Zschiedrich

ABOUT CURATORIAL TEAM
(Non)Depleted is an ongoing curatorial project. That investigates the broader context of our social, political and ecological relationship to materiality—focusing on aesthetics, research and self-reflection. As a curatorial team, we intend to use the exhibition as a site to co-produce interdisciplinary knowledge. Across the areas of material research, infrastructural powers and socio-ecological urgency.
@non.depleted / nondepleted.net

SUPPORTERS
This project is made possible thanks to the support from The Embassy of the Netherlands in Berlin. It will be part of the first weekend of the Berlin Design Week 27.05–30.05.2021

Adresse

Seestrasse 49
Berlin
13347

Öffnungszeiten

Donnerstag 15:00 - 18:00
Freitag 15:00 - 18:00
Samstag 15:00 - 18:00

Benachrichtigungen

Lassen Sie sich von uns eine E-Mail senden und seien Sie der erste der Neuigkeiten und Aktionen von Gr_und erfährt. Ihre E-Mail-Adresse wird nicht für andere Zwecke verwendet und Sie können sich jederzeit abmelden.

Service Kontaktieren

Nachricht an Gr_und senden:

Videos

Kategorie

Kunst & Unterhaltung in der Nähe


Andere Kunstgalerie in Berlin

Alles Anzeigen

Bemerkungen

Draw vector illustration in a free and open graphic editor Inkscape Inkscape Tutorial: Night City
Here is an essay about a work which was performed in progress here at Gr_und during "Intimate Gazing" in May in Contemporary Hum - as a conversation between Jorge Rodolfo De Hoyos and Alexa Wilson.
Ich freu mich auf SUMMER PERFORMANCE_ART
cannot LIKE this PAGE as a PAGE - still I LIKE it