Stattlab e.V.

Stattlab e.V. Collective for analog printing with professional screen printing and photographic dark room facilities. Please send Workshop requests to [email protected].

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Das Stattlab ist eine öffentliche Siebdruckwerkstatt in Berlin Wedding. Neben Auftragsarbeiten aller Art für etwa Künstler und Privatpersonen, werden auch Workshops an Schulen, in denen jungen Teilnehmern der Einstieg in die verschiedenen Siebdrucktechniken ermöglicht wird, angeboten. In der Werkstatt können Papier- sowie Stoffdrucke bis zu einer Größe von 75 x 95 cm realisiert werden. Mi

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Das Stattlab ist eine öffentliche Siebdruckwerkstatt in Berlin Wedding. Neben Auftragsarbeiten aller Art für etwa Künstler und Privatpersonen, werden auch Workshops an Schulen, in denen jungen Teilnehmern der Einstieg in die verschiedenen Siebdrucktechniken ermöglicht wird, angeboten. In der Werkstatt können Papier- sowie Stoffdrucke bis zu einer Größe von 75 x 95 cm realisiert werden. Mi

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Hallo von Statt Lab!Das Statt Lab hat von der Aktion Mensch eine finanzielle Unterstützung erhalten, um vier Workshops z...
21/07/2021

Hallo von Statt Lab!

Das Statt Lab hat von der Aktion Mensch eine finanzielle Unterstützung erhalten, um vier Workshops zu organisieren, in denen interessierte, sozial benachteiligte Einzelpersonen und Kleingruppen den Siebdruck erlernen können. Die Finanzierung durch Deutschlands größte soziale Förderorganisation ermöglicht es dem Statt Lab, diese Workshops kostenlos anzubieten!

In den Workshops lernen wir, wie man mit verschiedenen einfachen Siebdrucktechniken Kunstdrucke auf Papier und Textilien herstellt. Die Workshops werden von Künstlern geleitet, die Mitglieder der Statt Lab Community sind. Für die Teilnahme sind keine Vorkenntnisse erforderlich, sondern nur das Interesse daran, zu lernen, wie man Kunst macht!

Die Teilnehmer werden eingeladen, ihre eigenen Textilien mitzubringen, wie z.B. T-Shirts, Tragetaschen oder Kapuzenpullis, aber in jedem Fall werden die Materialien auch von Statt Lab zur Verfügung gestellt, um während der Workshops verwendet zu werden, so dass man sich keine Sorgen machen muss, wenn man seine eigenen Textilien nicht mitbringen kann.

Getränke und Snacks werden in der Pause zur Verfügung gestellt, aber Sie können gerne eigene Speisen und Getränke mitbringen, wenn Sie es wünschen.

Interessierte Einzelpersonen oder Kleingruppen können sich unter [email protected] anmelden und mitmachen. Pro Workshop sind 10 Teilnehmer zugelassen. Bitte beachtet die Abstands- und Hygienevorschriften in öffentlichen Gebäuden und tragt während des gesamten Workshops eine Maske, die Nase und Mund bedeckt. Wir werden während des gesamten Arbeitsprozesses für eine regelmäßige gründliche Belüftung der Räumlichkeiten sorgen.

Altersgruppe 18 - 27 Jahre alt.

Zugang: Zugang mit dem Aufzug nicht möglich.

Workshop-Termine

11.09.2021
18.09.2021
25.09.2021
02.10.2021

Zeitplan

09:30 - 10:00 Ankunft & Begrüßung

10:00 - 11:30 Einführung in den Siebdruck, Demonstratio & Zeichnen/Motiverstellung

11:30 - 12:15 Pause

12:15 - 13:30 Vorbereiten der Siebe, Mischen von Farben, Druck auf Papier, Druck auf Textilien

13:30 - 14:00 Gruppenpräsentation der während des Workshops entstandenen Kunstwerke im Statt Lab White Cube

Drontheimer Str. 34, 13359 Berlin

Hallo von Statt Lab!

Das Statt Lab hat von der Aktion Mensch eine finanzielle Unterstützung erhalten, um vier Workshops zu organisieren, in denen interessierte, sozial benachteiligte Einzelpersonen und Kleingruppen den Siebdruck erlernen können. Die Finanzierung durch Deutschlands größte soziale Förderorganisation ermöglicht es dem Statt Lab, diese Workshops kostenlos anzubieten!

In den Workshops lernen wir, wie man mit verschiedenen einfachen Siebdrucktechniken Kunstdrucke auf Papier und Textilien herstellt. Die Workshops werden von Künstlern geleitet, die Mitglieder der Statt Lab Community sind. Für die Teilnahme sind keine Vorkenntnisse erforderlich, sondern nur das Interesse daran, zu lernen, wie man Kunst macht!

Die Teilnehmer werden eingeladen, ihre eigenen Textilien mitzubringen, wie z.B. T-Shirts, Tragetaschen oder Kapuzenpullis, aber in jedem Fall werden die Materialien auch von Statt Lab zur Verfügung gestellt, um während der Workshops verwendet zu werden, so dass man sich keine Sorgen machen muss, wenn man seine eigenen Textilien nicht mitbringen kann.

Getränke und Snacks werden in der Pause zur Verfügung gestellt, aber Sie können gerne eigene Speisen und Getränke mitbringen, wenn Sie es wünschen.

Interessierte Einzelpersonen oder Kleingruppen können sich unter [email protected] anmelden und mitmachen. Pro Workshop sind 10 Teilnehmer zugelassen. Bitte beachtet die Abstands- und Hygienevorschriften in öffentlichen Gebäuden und tragt während des gesamten Workshops eine Maske, die Nase und Mund bedeckt. Wir werden während des gesamten Arbeitsprozesses für eine regelmäßige gründliche Belüftung der Räumlichkeiten sorgen.

Altersgruppe 18 - 27 Jahre alt.

Zugang: Zugang mit dem Aufzug nicht möglich.

Workshop-Termine

11.09.2021
18.09.2021
25.09.2021
02.10.2021

Zeitplan

09:30 - 10:00 Ankunft & Begrüßung

10:00 - 11:30 Einführung in den Siebdruck, Demonstratio & Zeichnen/Motiverstellung

11:30 - 12:15 Pause

12:15 - 13:30 Vorbereiten der Siebe, Mischen von Farben, Druck auf Papier, Druck auf Textilien

13:30 - 14:00 Gruppenpräsentation der während des Workshops entstandenen Kunstwerke im Statt Lab White Cube

Drontheimer Str. 34, 13359 Berlin

Hello Friends and Followers! 🌞After more then a year of weekly presenting you the variety of Stattlab Artists and their ...
31/05/2021

Hello Friends and Followers! 🌞

After more then a year of weekly presenting you the variety of Stattlab Artists and their beautiful creations, we are taking a well earned break and thank you all for your constant support and curiosity about every next artist.😎

Special thanks goes to all the 60 participating artists who opened up the door for us into their creative world and techniques. Without you this format would never be possible, thanks for your candidness and your courage to share your visions with the world, it is a lot of fun to work together 🏄‍♀️

We will start again, probably in a couple of month and enjoy summer meanwhile in its fullest. 🏖

In the meantime a small tipp: Member of the Week has been published as a book called "Nicht ohne uns", its availabile directly @stattlab on a small donation base and gives you extra info about our association and techniques we are working with.🦀

Hope we could inspire you and you will stay with us, a lot more artwork is ready to be created and discovered 🦜⛵🏝
#stattlabartist #stattlabart #stattlabcollective #stattlabcommunity #stattlab #stattlove #analoguephotography #screenprinting #linocut #blackandwhitefilm #illustration #bookbinding #darkroom #berlinwedding #nichtohneuns

Hello Friends and Followers! 🌞

After more then a year of weekly presenting you the variety of Stattlab Artists and their beautiful creations, we are taking a well earned break and thank you all for your constant support and curiosity about every next artist.😎

Special thanks goes to all the 60 participating artists who opened up the door for us into their creative world and techniques. Without you this format would never be possible, thanks for your candidness and your courage to share your visions with the world, it is a lot of fun to work together 🏄‍♀️

We will start again, probably in a couple of month and enjoy summer meanwhile in its fullest. 🏖

In the meantime a small tipp: Member of the Week has been published as a book called "Nicht ohne uns", its availabile directly @stattlab on a small donation base and gives you extra info about our association and techniques we are working with.🦀

Hope we could inspire you and you will stay with us, a lot more artwork is ready to be created and discovered 🦜⛵🏝
#stattlabartist #stattlabart #stattlabcollective #stattlabcommunity #stattlab #stattlove #analoguephotography #screenprinting #linocut #blackandwhitefilm #illustration #bookbinding #darkroom #berlinwedding #nichtohneuns

Check out our new "MEMBER OF THE WEEK" post. This week's STATTLAB Artist is: Javier De BenitoWho are you?I'm Javier, I j...
24/05/2021

Check out our new "MEMBER OF THE WEEK" post. This week's STATTLAB Artist is: Javier De Benito

Who are you?

I'm Javier, I just moved a few months ago to Berlin in order to find more chances here on working and living on my photography.

What are you working on?

Currently im finishing (finally) a long project of studio nudes & portraits I have been working for the last two years and now starting to work again on floral still lifes, toning techniques and exploring their mutual possibilities.

How did you came to Stattlab?

I know stattlab thanks to one of the co-founders of @analoguenow who i met in a photo-festival in Spain, to who when I arrived to the city I asked about analog photography working places and recommended it to me.

Why do you think it is important to work in a collective?

I think is important to work in a collective in order to contrast the self-isolation inclinations we all have, make some ties, and learn of each other.

Contact

My web: thenewerror.com
ig: @javierdebenitog

#stattlabartist #stattlabart #stattlabcollective #stattlabcommunity #stattlab #stattlove #analoguephotography #blackandwhitefilm #nudephotography #portraitshot #darkroom #berlinwedding

Who are you?I'm Felix Nathan, born and raised in Berlin. What are you working on?I shoot mostly 35mm b&w film. Sometimes...
17/05/2021

Who are you?

I'm Felix Nathan, born and raised in Berlin.

What are you working on?

I shoot mostly 35mm b&w film. Sometimes I also shoot on color films and I also use my medium format camera once in a while.

My topics are mostly the unusual things one can discover on the fringes of society. I mostly shoot in Berlin.

How did you came to Stattlab?

Way back in 2013 I was looking for a darkroom in Wedding, the last one I was member of having closed down recently. There was this techno club in a former public swimming pool and on its website it stated that there also was a darkroom in its building. So I wrote an email and Liam wrote me back, saying I could come over to take a look.

Why do you think it is important to work in a collective?

Sharing ideas in a group can inspire people to try new things. There's also a economic benifit as we can share resources. Finally in a collective decisions are made in the common interest.

Contact

IG @felixnathanfuss
Contact

IG @felixnathanfuss

#stattlabartist #stattlabart #stattlabcollective #stattlabcommunity #stattlab #stattlove #blackandwhitefilm #analoguephotography #darkroom #berlinwedding #fringesofsociety

13/05/2021
MIAMMMIAM

Beautiful new Short Documentary about another Stattlab e.V. Artist, today Julie ChOvin. Great work again, Made in Soldiner , many many thanks :)

Check out our new "MEMBER OF THE WEEK" post. This week's STATTLAB Artist is: Patrick IrelandWho are you?Hi, I’m Patrick ...
10/05/2021

Check out our new "MEMBER OF THE WEEK" post. This week's STATTLAB Artist is: Patrick Ireland

Who are you?

Hi, I’m Patrick Ireland, an Irish artist living in Berlin. I like to work within themes of humour, history, identity and politics.

What are you working on?

Im getting ready to start screen-printing a project I started over 3 years ago, where using Google Sketch Up (open source 3d modelling software) I have created an image for every verse of The Book of Genesis.

Alongside that I am always drawing and since lockdown I have found street art and specifically stickers as a good outlet for this side of my practice. Its given my sketches and ideas a really rewarding outlet and allowed me to show my work directly to an audience while circumnavigating the traditional cultural gatekeepers of the white cube galleries

How did you came to Stattlab?

I was looking for somewhere to screen-print a few different projects I had upcoming and thankfully I already knew @Dive who is member and he recommended StattLab. I came did the intro workshop with Liam,loved the place and happily became a member

Why do you think it is important to work in a collective?

I believe Peer to Peer information sharing for creatives is vital. Being creative is one of the most rewarding aspects in our lives but it can at times be a tough, lonely passion so to have technical, conceptual and emotional support in your working environment is key

Its also more fun :)

Contact

IG @patrickireland_artist

#stattlabartist #stattlabart #stattlove #screenprinting #keepsmiling #stattlab #stattlabcollective #stattlabcommunity #berlinwedding #streetart

Check out our new "MEMBER OF THE WEEK" post. This week's STATTLAB Artist is: JessicaWho are you?Jessica, originally from...
03/05/2021

Check out our new "MEMBER OF THE WEEK" post. This week's STATTLAB Artist is: Jessica

Who are you?

Jessica, originally from Texas - I'm a photographer and an anthropologist... full of curiosity and passion for creative projects.

What are you working on?

I'm currently working on a photo series involving human furniture (mainly lamps) and exploring the theme of objectification. I'm also learning analog printing techniques, making a lot of candid photos, capturing textures and odd compositions.

How did you come to Stattlab?

I was first introduced to the lab through a photo printing workshop, and afterwards I decided to join and continue learning about analog print-making. I love it!

Why do you think it is important to work in a collective?

I think working in a collective aligns well with my values - it allows us to learn from each other, support other artists, share helpful resources and create a kind of community. I'm still relatively new in Berlin, and so I feel very grateful to have found this space.

Contact:

[email protected]

#stattlabartist #stattlabart #stattlab #stattlove #stattlabcommunity #stattlabcollective #blackandwhitefilm #analoguephotography #humansandlamps #darkroom #berlinwedding

30/04/2021
D!VE

New Stattlab artist video from Made in Soldiner is out!! Dive into the world of D!ve ;)

27/04/2021
BÉLAPLUME

New Made in Soldiner Artist interview is out! Today about @bela plume 🥳

Check out our new "MEMBER OF THE WEEK" post. This week's STATTLAB Artist is: GáborWho are you?My name is Gábor and I liv...
26/04/2021

Check out our new "MEMBER OF THE WEEK" post. This week's STATTLAB Artist is: Gábor

Who are you?

My name is Gábor and I live and work in Berlin. My day job is software engineering, during my spare time I try to take photographs, develop them and make prints in the our darkroom at Stattlab.

What are you currently working on?

After what feels like a very long time away from taking images and printing them, I recently got back into photography again. I enjoy taking candid pictures of people or scenes I encounter while walking around.

How were you introduced to Stattlab?

I was introduced to the lab by chance in the winter of 2015. I was exploring the winter markets of the city when at one of the fairs I bumped into a fellow lab member who told me about the space. After our chat, I checked the space out and joined in January 2016.

Why do you think it’s important to work in a collective?

Having had the opportunity to develop and print my images here I realise how influential it is to work with other photographers. Doing so inspires me to learn new techniques and allows for refining processes for developing and printing photographs. And being here feels good.

Contact

IG @gaborthefisher

#stattlabartist #stattlabart #stattlabcollective #stattlabcommunity #stattlab #stattlove #analoguephotography #blackandwhitefilm #somethingintheway #darkroom #berlinwedding

Check out our new "MEMBER OF THE WEEK" post. This week's STATTLAB Artist is: AlexWho are you?I'm a game designer, an art...
19/04/2021

Check out our new "MEMBER OF THE WEEK" post. This week's STATTLAB Artist is: Alex

Who are you?

I'm a game designer, an artist, a musician, a writer – I have an ever rotating wheel of little projects to dabble or lose myself in. I believe in always changing process, flowing freely and holistically, being a permanent beginner. I came to Berlin about a year and a half ago to try and reconcile all of these different sides of myself and also hopefully find a way to have some living stability.

What are you working on?

In my print work, I collage and remix public domain illustrations from the 1500-1900s.
The people that made this art were trying to make sense out of world of rapidly marching modernity, science, and superstition. It represents a mythology. Their dreams, their fears – what they felt would warn, guide, and protect. It has a sense of wonderment, a delight, an absurdity – but also the need to rationalise, to cling to comfort, to establish power. The art is old, but the humanity on display is not. Its uncomfortable sense of half belonging, of familiar and foreign, stirs complicated feelings in me. This is what I'm trying to express. I am telling you stories about who I am and how I feel, but cutting up someone else's myths to do it.

How did you came to Stattlab?

I ran into a fellow Dutch weirdo during a multimedia performance.
One screenprinting workshop later, they all charmed me into joining. It's been fun :)

Why do you think it is important to work in a collective?

Community is rare these days. Supportive community is even rarer. Collectives are able to
stay true to their values and provide a space where we can all reflect off of one another and find people that do what they do because they want to understand and be understood.

Contact:

http://www.byrabbit.design

#stattlabartist #stattlabart #stattlabcollective #stattlabcommunity #stattlab #stattlove #collage #mythology #screenprinting #berlinwedding

Check out our new "MEMBER OF THE WEEK" post. This week's STATTLAB Artist is: @Julie ChOvinWho are you?I am Julie Chovin,...
12/04/2021

Check out our new "MEMBER OF THE WEEK" post. This week's STATTLAB Artist is: @Julie ChOvin

Who are you?

I am Julie Chovin, based in Berlin since 10 years, I am a visual artist working with different medium, mainly with drawing and photography.

What are you working on?

I have just released an artist book, finalizing 9 years of work. The place to Be – Nightsclubs in Berlin 2013-2020, published by @vexerberlin.
Like a mental map, a collection, or a walk through the empty city of Berlin, the book gathers 220 photographs of Berlin’s nightclub facades in daylight. The book is a showing the gap between the underground image of Berlin and the city itself.

How did you came to Stattlab?

I was looking at a place to experiment with screenprinting for another project, and heard about the Stattlab from friends of friends

Why do you think it is important to work in a collective?

This is about sharing, space and material because we can have access at better one, but also sharing technical and artist life tips. This is making us stronger.

Artist contact :
IG @vvrac
www.juliechovin.com
[email protected]

Portrait photo @anezka_grodzinska

#stattlabartist #stattlabart #stattlab #stattlabcommunity #stattlabcollective #stattlove #drawing #photography #theplacetobe #nightclubsinberlin #berlinwedding #monopolberlin

Adresse

Drontheimer Straße 34
Berlin
13359

U8/U9 Osloer Str. M13/50 Drontheimer Str. 150/255/N52 Drontheimer Str.

Allgemeine Information

Opening hours: MON + WED 11 – 18 TUE + THU 9 – 16 FRI 9 – 16 You can reach is via phone at 0151 62405569 during the opening hours or just send us a message anytime. StattLAB e.V. Drontheimerstraße 34 13359 Berlin

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