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Art-Lab Berlin Art-Lab Berlin iPhonedoctor is an artistic project space run by a group of artists and art historians
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Please join uns tonight at 7 for the opening of the exhibition "The Body in Pieces". We are very happy to host the first...
29/11/2019

Please join uns tonight at 7 for the opening of the exhibition "The Body in Pieces".
We are very happy to host the first public presentation of Kevork Mourad's videos "Bounce" and "Marian"

On Friday we are opening our last exhibition of this year: "The Body in Pieces", part of the project "Performing Gender"...
27/11/2019

On Friday we are opening our last exhibition of this year: "The Body in Pieces", part of the project "Performing Gender". We have had the Lebanese artist Nadia Safieddine as a guest for the past four weeks. She turned our exhibition space into an improvised studio. You can see the results in the exhbition. Here are a few impressions from the studio:

Join us tonight at 7 pm for the screening of May Kassem's "Nourhane a Child’s Dream" (2016)Photo: AKL Beirut
26/10/2019

Join us tonight at 7 pm for the screening of May Kassem's "Nourhane a Child’s Dream" (2016)

Photo: AKL Beirut

In the frame of the exhibition "Dreams of a Golden Age", we are closing with a film program this weekend.Friday, Oct. 25...
24/10/2019

In the frame of the exhibition "Dreams of a Golden Age", we are closing with a film program this weekend.

Friday, Oct. 25, 7 pm: Nabiha Lotfy, Carioca (2009). Introduction by Charlotte Bank
Saturday, Oct. 26, 7 pm: May Kassem, Nourhane a Child’s Dream (2016). Introduction by Charlotte Bank
Sunday, Oct. 27, 6 pm: Azza El-Hassan, The Unbearable Presence of Asmahan (2014). Introduction by Charlotte Bank

We look forward to seeing you!

Image: Nabiha Lotfy: Carioca

Art-Lab Berlin's cover photo
24/09/2019

Art-Lab Berlin's cover photo

25/05/2019

You can still visit the exhibition "Imagining Utopia" this weekend. Saturday and Sunday 4 - 7 pm

Join us tomorrow, Thursday 28 February from 7 pm onwards for the launch of the "Arrival City" catalogue with a talk by K...
27/02/2019

Join us tomorrow, Thursday 28 February from 7 pm onwards for the launch of the "Arrival City" catalogue with a talk by Katrin Nahidi and Charlotte Bank, followed by a musical performance by Abel Sanchez

Saturday 24th of November and Sunday 25th of November are the last day of the Exhibition" Ambiguous Bodies" at the Art-L...
24/11/2018

Saturday 24th of November and Sunday 25th of November are the last day of the Exhibition" Ambiguous Bodies" at the Art-Lab Berlin im iPhonedoctor.
Address: Perleberger Str 60, 10559 Berlin
Opening hours: from 4- 7 pm.

Saturday 24th of November and Sunday 25th of November are the last day of the Exhibition" Ambiguous Bodies" at the Art-Lab Berlin im iPhonedoctor.
Address: Perleberger Str 60, 10559 Berlin
Opening hours: from 4- 7 pm.

17/11/2018

Join us tomorrow at 5 pm for the performance by Saja Noori and Michaele Daoud!

The exhibition continues until 30th of September 2018 at Art-Lab Berlin.Pictures by: Mohamed Badarne
18/09/2018

The exhibition continues until 30th of September 2018 at Art-Lab Berlin.

Pictures by: Mohamed Badarne

The exhibition continues until 30th of September 2018 at Art-Lab Berlin.

Pictures by: Mohamed Badarne

Arrival City  in the frame of the exhibition Beautiful Trouble: Rethinking Art-ivism, we would like to invite you to the...
15/09/2018

Arrival City

in the frame of the exhibition Beautiful Trouble: Rethinking Art-ivism, we would like to invite you to the performance Drone Barbie by Göksu Kunak

Sunday, September 16, at 5 pm.
The Performance is in English. Free entrance

Rabih Mroué will participate in Beautiful Trouble: Rethinking Art-ivism exhibition.Opening day: Friday 14th of September...
12/09/2018

Rabih Mroué will participate in Beautiful Trouble: Rethinking Art-ivism exhibition.

Opening day: Friday 14th of September 2018 at 19:00 in Art-Lab Berlin.
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About Rabih Mroué:
born Beirut, Lebanon, 1967; currently lives in Berlin
Rabih Mroué is a theatre director, actor, visual artist and playwright. Rooted in theatre, his work
includes videos and installation art; the latter sometimes incorporates photography and texts. Mroué
is a contributing editor for TDR/The Drama Review. He is also a cofounder of the Beirut Art Center
(BAC). He was a fellow at The International Research Center: Interweaving Performance Cultures,
Freie Universität, Berlin (2012–14). He is a theatre–director at Münchner Kammerspiele.
Mroué’s works include Rima Kamel (2017), Ode to joy (2015), Riding on a cloud (2013), 33 rpm and
a few seconds (2012), The pixelated revolution (2012), The inhabitants of images (2008), Who’s
afraid of representation? (2005), among others. He has performed and exhibited internationally,
including at the Museum of Modern Art, New York (2015); SALT Galata and SALT Beyoğlu,
Istanbul (2014); CA2M Centro de Arte Dos de Mayo, Madrid (2012–13); dOCUMENTA (13), Kassel,
Germany (2012); ICP Triennial of Photography and Video, International Center of Photography,
New York (2010); and Centre Pompidou, Paris (2007); among others.

Mohamad Badarne, one of the artists that will participate in Beautiful Trouble: Rethinking Art-ivismExhibition's opening...
10/09/2018

Mohamad Badarne, one of the artists that will participate in Beautiful Trouble: Rethinking Art-ivism
Exhibition's opening: Next Friday 14th of September 2018 at 19:00 in Art-Lab Berlin
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About

Mohamed is a Palestinian photographer. He was born in the village of Arraba in the Galilee in 1978.

Since his teenage years, he has been a human rights activist. He volunteered in refugee camps in the West Bank and built a human rights movement for young Palestinians. He is a fellow of the Minority Programme of the UN Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights (OHCHR), and he has been a member of various regional networks, including the Working Group on Human Rights Education of the Euro-Mediterranean Human Rights Network (EMHRN). Until 2012 he earned his living as a high-school teacher and NGO project coordinator.

In 2007, Mohamed took is first photograph. From the first shot, he discovered his passion and talent for photography and since then, he has traveled the Arab region, Europe and South Asia with his camera.

In 2011, he started to design and offer photography workshops in cooperation with NGOs, cultural and community centers, and independent groups. In 2012, he graduated in professional photography from the WIZO Academy of Design and Education in Haifa. He received grants for his photographic projects from renowned art foundations like the Arab Fund for Arts and Culture (AFAC) and the A.M. Qattan Foundation. His work was exhibited in the Darat al Funun art gallery in Amman and at the International Labour Organization (ILO) in Geneva.
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For more information:
https://www.mbadarne.com/

The opening of Beautiful Trouble: Rethinking Art-ivism exhibition. Friday 14th of September 2018 at 19:00 in Art-Lab Ber...
06/09/2018

The opening of Beautiful Trouble: Rethinking Art-ivism exhibition. Friday 14th of September 2018 at 19:00 in Art-Lab Berlin.
Don't miss it!
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Image by: Rabih Mroué

The opening of Beautiful Trouble: Rethinking Art-ivism exhibition on the 14th of September at 19:00 in Art-Lab Berlin.Do...
05/09/2018

The opening of Beautiful Trouble: Rethinking Art-ivism exhibition on the 14th of September at 19:00 in Art-Lab Berlin.
Don't miss it!
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Image by: Tanja Ostojić

The opening of Beautiful Trouble: Rethinking Art-ivism exhibition on the 14th of September at 19:00 in Art-Lab BerlinDon...
04/09/2018

The opening of Beautiful Trouble: Rethinking Art-ivism exhibition on the 14th of September at 19:00 in Art-Lab Berlin
Don't miss it!
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Image by: Göksu Kunak

Coming Soon --- The opening of "Beautiful Trouble, Rethinking Art-ivism" exhibition.  on Friday, September 14, at 7 pm a...
02/09/2018

Coming Soon --- The opening of "Beautiful Trouble, Rethinking Art-ivism" exhibition.
on Friday, September 14, at 7 pm at Art-Lab Berlin
Stay tuned!
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Image by: Mohamed Badarne

Asphalt Jungles | exhibition continues until 17th June! Don't miss the opening times. details in the event.
12/06/2018

Asphalt Jungles | exhibition continues until 17th June!
Don't miss the opening times. details in the event.

We would like to invite you and your friends to the Performance "untitled 8,7 miles" by Youness Atbane and Aziz Nadif on...
02/06/2018

We would like to invite you and your friends to the Performance "untitled 8,7 miles" by Youness Atbane and Aziz Nadif

on Sunday, June 3rd, at 4 pm.

Conceptby Youness Atbane
Artistic collaborator : Aziz Nadif

Free entrance

The performance "untitled 8.7 miles" is organized in the frame of the exhibition "Asphalt Jungles" which present works that examine the urban space as a field of experimentation. How dor cities offer opportunities to re-think artistic and cultural practices and how do artists react to these spaces?

Exhibition dates: Fri 1 June, 4 - 7 pm

2 – 3 June, Sat - Sun 2 - 8 pm (art festival Ortstermin)
8 – 17 June, Fri – Sun 4 - 7 pm

More pictures from the opening preparations!Join us today Asphalt Jungles | exhibition opening May 31
31/05/2018

More pictures from the opening preparations!
Join us today Asphalt Jungles | exhibition opening May 31

Today at 19:00 Asphalt Jungles | exhibition opening May 31!Join us!
31/05/2018

Today at 19:00 Asphalt Jungles | exhibition opening May 31!
Join us!

Opening of the exhibition, Asphalt Jungles, on Thursday, May 31, at 7 pmArtists:Ammar Al-BeikManaf HalbuniSimone ZauggPe...
27/05/2018

Opening of the exhibition, Asphalt Jungles, on Thursday, May 31, at 7 pm

Artists:
Ammar Al-Beik
Manaf Halbuni
Simone Zaugg

Performance by Youness Atbane on June 3rd, at 4 pm

Curated by Charlotte Bank and Salah Saouli

The historian and sociologist Lewis Mumford compared cities to language as “the most precious collective invention of civilization in the transmission of culture”. But in their complexity, cities are also highly ambiguous and have been criticized for their alienating effects on human beings.

Cityscapes reflect our own mental landscape of memories, fantasies and recollections, conjuring up a series of elusive images and inspiring ideas of the unknown and hidden, of dangers and phantasms. They almost appear to have taken over the role of the formerly “white spots” on the map, unknown lands to explore and conquer, “asphalt jungles” where adventures yet undreamed of are waiting, but where danger also seems to be lurking around every corner.

But cities also offer spaces of experimentation within which it becomes possible to re-think artistic and cultural practices and search for new models of co-existence. The artists of the exhibition Asphalt Jungles explore different aspects of contemporary urban life. How do we relate to the spaces that surround us? How do we react to a new city and its people? How do cityscapes influence our emotional state when we navigate through them?

Exhibition dates:
June 1, 4 – 7 pm
June 2 – 3, Sat – Sun 2 – 7 pm (art festival Ortstermin)
June 8 – 10, Fri – Sun 4 – 7 pm

Venue: Art-Lab Berlin at iPhonedoctor
Perleberger Straße 60, 10559 Berlin

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Instagram: @artlabberlin

The exhibition Asphalt Jungles is organized in the frame of the project Arrival City and seeks to offer a forum for international and newly arrived artists in Berlin and investigate questions pertaining to artistic relocation. With this project we would like reflect on the city as a form of “cultural laboratory” as a space of co-existence of people with diverse backgrounds and experiences. The project will run from April till December 2018.

Image: Ammar Al-Beik

Image: Lina Issa
08/05/2018

Image: Lina Issa

we would like to invite you and your friends to the performance "Where we are not" by Lina Issa, on Thursday, May 10, at...
07/05/2018

we would like to invite you and your friends to the performance "Where we are not" by Lina Issa, on Thursday, May 10, at 8 pm.

As a student from Lebanon, Lina was denied her residence permit in The Netherlands for strictly bureaucratic reasons. Since she appealed against this decision, she was not able to leave The Netherlands and re-enter the country.

Not being able to travel home herself, she cast a replacement and sent Aitana, a Spanish choreographer, to Lebanon for 10 days as her stand-in, messenger and recording device. Aitana visited different people –Lina’s family and friends and traced the places of Lina’s memory and what constitutes the idea of 'home' to her.

Aitana performed lots of 'tasks' that Lina gave her in a hand-written notebook and she wrote impressions and experiences in a notebook. Both notebooks play a major role in the performance.

Where we are not is not about anywhere, but about those places we carry with us in our bodies. The places that are part of us, and that have made us who we are.

The performance Where we are not is organized in the frame of the project Arrival City and seeks to offer a forum for international and newly arrived artists in Berlin and investigate questions pertaining to artistic relocation. With this project we would like reflect on the city as a form of “cultural laboratory” as a space of co-existence of people with diverse backgrounds and experiences. The project will run from April till December 2018 and is curated by Charlotte Bank and Salah Saouli.

Check also:

www.artlabberlin.wordpress.com
Instagram: @artlabberlin:

Follow us on #Instagram @artlabberlin For more stories and updates!
02/05/2018

Follow us on #Instagram @artlabberlin
For more stories and updates!

Picture from the opening event of "Arrival City" project: Arrival City - Opening panel and the title: “Exile as Worldmak...
26/04/2018

Picture from the opening event of "Arrival City" project:

Arrival City - Opening panel and the title: “Exile as Worldmaking”
With the speakers: Wendy Shaw (Professor of Art History , FU Berlin), Lina Majdalanie (artist, writer, thinker) and Charlotte Bank (art historian and independent curator).

The discussion was followed by a music performance for Azuleo, a Berlin based band, with Abel Sanchez (Guitar), Elena Botica (vocals and flute), and Antonio Pinera “Pumuki” (percussion).

Pictures by: Mohammed Badarneh

Join us for the opening of the project's first exhibition: In-Between. rethinking Transcultural Identities next Friday 4th of May 2018 at 19:00

A call by Steve Sabella whose work was part of our exhibition "The Country of Last Things" last year in September. Pleas...
05/07/2017
Click here to support Urgent Call to Artists & Creatives organised by Steve Sabella

A call by Steve Sabella whose work was part of our exhibition "The Country of Last Things" last year in September. Please read and consider supporting

“I M A G I N E — The Strongest Word I Know” URGENT Call to All Artists & Creatives kindly share Rooted in the Clouds My name is Steve Sabella, and I am a Berlin-based artist born in the Old City of Jerusalem, Palestine. For over three decades, my art practice has sought to transcend borders and...

30/06/2017

Join us tonight for the opening of our exhibition "Paths of Desire". We'll begin at 6 (not 7 as normal). Our program is part of the "Ortstermin" art festival in Berlin-Moabit which runs throughout the weekend.

06/05/2017

Join us tomorrow from 4 pm for the finissage of the exhibition "Lost in Work"

Artists:

Simone Zaugg: Work Station (2008), soundinstallation with 8 workers‘ songs, 8 headphones, 8 CD-/DVD-players

Mohamed Badarne: Come Back Safely (2013), photography

16/12/2016

Join us tonight for the exhibition Zeitenw(a)ende. There will be art, drinks and great people.

Let's end this year with hope and look forward to new projects, great art and better times next year!

15/09/2016

The exhibition "The Country of Last Things" is open again today from 2 - 7 pm, tomorrow from 1 - 7 pm and on Saturday and Sunday from 2 - 7 pm.

Art-Lab Berlin's cover photo
07/05/2016

Art-Lab Berlin's cover photo

We will be celebrating soon! Wir werden sehr bald mit euch feiern!
28/04/2016
artinberlin

We will be celebrating soon! Wir werden sehr bald mit euch feiern!

Bereits zum fünften Mal wird der mit jeweils 30.000 EUR dotierte Preis für Projekträume und -Initiativen vergeben, hier die Liste: ...

06/01/2016

Join us for our new year reception and finissage of the exhibition "Passagen / Passages" on Sunday, January 10th at 5 pm.

Artists:
Antonia Bisig
Bashar Alhroub

Antonia Bisig will be present

We look forward to seeing you.

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Some views from the exhibition "Rück-Blick" that presented a selection of works from previous exhibitions and projects
07/07/2015

Some views from the exhibition "Rück-Blick" that presented a selection of works from previous exhibitions and projects

Art-Lab Berlin's cover photo
30/06/2015

Art-Lab Berlin's cover photo

Art-Lab Berlin
30/06/2015

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