Current Shows:

(Kunstraum) Dada Post

(Currently on COVID-19 Hiatus)



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Edouard Steinhauer

For 2020-2021, Edouard Steinhauer will be an Artist in Resident in Public Art at (Kunstraum) Dada Post – Berlin.

Edouard Steinhauer is an interdisciplinary artist who works in sculpture, installation, drawing, and photography. His artwork explores themes of history, black identity, the environment, and spirituality. Steinhauer takes a skilled and crafted approach to the process of making objects, using the material to evoke a specific theme, and or to explore aspects of the human condition. His artwork is formal by nature. However his use of the form is employed primarily as a context or housing, for an underlining hidden meaning – in the same way one’s body is a container for the soul.

Edouard Steinhauer is a United States artist born in 1968 in the Republic of Haiti.

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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.