PANKE supports edgy creativity that happens away from mainstream culture. Anything that we believe needs more exposure than it currently receives. Open Wed - Sat from 18:00 until open-end
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Panke.gallery Sound Night: Tõle, Rco, Jee Young Sim + Sinead Meaney (Gg1 Records)

Panke.gallery Sound Night: Tõle, Rco, Jee Young Sim + Sinead Meaney (Gg1 Records)

30th of March ARTISTS: TÕLE aims to create compositions rather than tracks, force rather than melody, and shifting details rather than clear patterns. The music project of Berlin and Prague-based visual artist Martin Kohout, TOLE combines ideas from his artistic practice and research with his own recordings and production. RCO is an artist collective that wires up everyday...
Launch of panke.gallery Edition 001

Launch of panke.gallery Edition 001

30th of March ABOUT THE EDITION Panke.gallery’s first edition features Berlin-based artist Claire Tolan with her work Shush Tones, a series of ringtones for iOS and Android. “SHUSH Tones were created by SHUSH SYSTEMS in the early autumn of 2015. SHUSH SYSTEMS predicts SHUSH, a nascent fork of ASMR, and develops strategies for the deployment of SHUSH upon...
CURATING AS A NETWORK TECHNOLOGY — WITH KAREN ARCHEY, HOLGER FRIESE AND SUSANNE JASCHKO. MODERATED BY SAKROWSKI. PANEL [EN]

CURATING AS A NETWORK TECHNOLOGY — WITH KAREN ARCHEY, HOLGER FRIESE AND SUSANNE JASCHKO. MODERATED BY SAKROWSKI. PANEL [EN]

11th of February until 29th of March This panel hopes to address questions including: how much can curating can be understood as a network technology that trades in social capital? What importance should be ascribed to the early experiments in net-based curating within the context of current digital curating practices? What is the relationship of “Netzkunstkultur” to the art and gallery system?...
Net art of the Berlin in the 1990s: a critical evaluation

Net art of the Berlin in the 1990s: a critical evaluation

9th of February At February 2017, panke.gallery begins a critical evaluation of 1990s Berlin net art. Numerous early net art activities originated before the invention of graphic browser interfaces and mediating their innovative power has become increasingly difficult. Historical revision of the genre is lacking and many works have either disappeared from the Internet or become useless. At...
Make it Fit!

Make it Fit!

4th of February New works by the class ‘New Media’, visiting Prof. Aram Bartholl, Kunsthochschule Kassel. Installation, performance and video. 07:00 pm – 12:00 am: Exhibition FREE ENTRANCE!, 09:00 pm – 10:00 pm: Video Screening FREE ENTRANCE!, 10:00 pm – open end: AfterParty, Live Acts, DJs FREE ENTRANCE!, 01:00 pm – 04:00 pm 05.02.2017: Exhibition FREE ENTRANCE! Nicole Brauer Echo Canluo Christopher Casper Hannes Drescher EIEE Stefan Endres Lou Hardt Saskia Kaffenberger Hannah Kretzschmar Jonas Leichsenring Jasper...
Lecture by Annet Dekker @panke.gallery

Lecture by Annet Dekker @panke.gallery

3rd of February LECTURE BY ANNET DEKKER: NET ART AND THE NEED FOR AN EXPANDED PRACTICE OF CONSERVATION Looking at the qualities and characteristics of net art the need for an expanded practice of conservation becomes clear. Most net artworks are build and distributed through a complex and intricate interrelated system of networks that presents an assemblage of...
panke.gallery grand opening

panke.gallery grand opening

21st of January until 3rd of February Vernissage 21 January 2017 20:00 Afterparty at 22:00 ABOUT EXHIBITION: For its first exhibition, panke.gallery is putting two Berlin-based artists in dialogue with one another. Daniel Keller and Daniel Pflumm both developed their own formal languages out of connections with club culture, either directly or through its extended environment, thus creating work that in both...