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Project for 2019 at Dada Post

For 2019, Dada Post Berlin will initiate a season long program


From April 2019 to October 2019

Participating Artists:

Open Group Collaboration

For 2019, as part of our Youth Cult program, Dada Post will be reprogramming its exhibition spaces as work spaces.

Dada Post Berlin will initiate a season long program with the intended goal of fostering “real-time” experimentation, to investigate and express art practices that reflect current and live circumstances. The project titled “INKUBATOR” will commence with a group of artists, who will engage within the project together as a team.

INKUBATOR will be a “think tank” style structure and experimental endeavor for germinating ideas, concepts, and prototype formalities. The inspirations for INKUBATOR are the Cabaret Voltaire in Zürich, Switzerland and Andy Warhol’s Factory in New York City. INKUBATOR (a process or action) will begin – to initiate discussions and actions of creativity, encounter, and exchange where ideas flourish with the ambition of opening up new artistic vistas.

Dada Post

Nordbahnstrasse 10 13409 Berlin, Germany .

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Directions by S-Bahn:

S-1 (Direction Oranienburg) and S-25 (Direction Hennigsdorf), to the Schönholz station,

If you take the S-Bahn be sure to exit at the Schönholz station.

not the Wollankstrasse station.


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DADA POST Presents:
Current: On Going Project

Udo Wid: The Perun Project

Curated by Marcel Hager

Udo Wid has a background in Biophysics.

Wid’s projects are simultaneously Biophysics and Visual Art practice. His numerous projects are aimed at a synergy of disciplines: a confluence of Science, Art, Philosophy and Everyday Life.

He studied physics and worked for eight years in the field of Biophysics at Reactor Research Centre Seibersdorf, and was a guest at the Academy of Fine Arts Vienna. He employs among other things Cultural Theory, Aesthetics, and Philosophy. His scientific specialty is Extreme Low Frequencies.

While exploring the intersections of art and science, The Perun Project collects data from trees, as they themselves interact, through their internal systems, with the environment to detect environmental conditions, such as the amount of sunlight, the various weather conditions, and the presence of toxic contamination, all of which have a direct impact on the life of the tree. By transposing the resulting scientific measurements into graphical notations, he thus transforms scientific research into artistic artifacts.

Udo Wid’s ambition is to make art and life become one. By living in his installation for extended lengths of time, during the exhibition, he will be available to visitors for conversation.