Art, a catalyst to social change

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For re:future Lab, Art takes the form of a practice and model to rethink creation, exhibition and collection. 

 

We dare to push the borders and models of art exhibition, art mediation, and art sale—through a series of exhibitions, lectures, panels, debates, and thoroughly curated events that welcome diversity, ambiguity, and complexity in terms of medium, practice, and discipline.

 

We believe such a profound re-configuration of “How to deal with Art?”—“Why Art is a catalyst for change?” is merely possible through the young generation of ultra-contemporary artists. This is how to question some of the pressing issues of our time—in technology, ecology, culture, society and institutions — to name but a few. 

 

We present (exhibit) IDEAS—which means the ‘HOW?’ and ‘WHY?’ rather than the ‘how much?’ and ‘who?’. 

 

As an artist-run space and institute, the re:future Lab aims to bypass the structures of traditional art market safe havens, to allow for “a more experimental program”. Our way is to propose a sustainable and circular Art Advisory that shall encompass features such as: non-oligarchic, non-autocratic, non-centralised, non-binary, non-linear, non-dogmatic, un-conventional. 

 

We warmly welcome visitors, guests, collectors to 'interfere' and ‘be interfered' with the diverse formats that we offer. We promise that they will no longer be deemed passive viewers or blasé speculators. 

  

Art is a right for all, not a privilege for a few.

 

Detect the joint artists

Charlie Stein

Charlie Stein

Mirror Face, Portrait of a future Self, 2020, 50 x 40 cm, Oil on canvas

Charlie Stein

Charlie Stein

Sharp Turn (Unimate Automaton), 2022, 80 x 60 cm, Oil on Canvas

Charlie Stein

Charlie Stein

Company Asset, 2021, 120 x 80 cm, Oil on Canvas

Grégory Chatonsky

Grégory Chatonsky

E-phemeral skin, 2021, 50 x 50 cm, Fine art print on alu dibond

Parsons & Charlesworth

Parsons & Charlesworth

Clickbait Wear, Catalog for the Post Human, 2021, Object

Grégory Chatonsky

Grégory Chatonsky

E-phemeral skin, 2021, 50 x 50 cm, Fine art print on alu dibond

Madeleine Schwinge_

Madeleine Schwinge_

Searching for new Utopia, 2020, vintage tv on pedestal

Parsons & Charlesworth

Parsons & Charlesworth

Myco Pops, Catalog for the Post Human, 2021, Object

Jovana Popić

Jovana Popić

Nightmaps #1, 2021, 160 x 100 3 cm, pencil, pen, pigment, synthetic resin

Jovana Popić

Jovana Popić

The Chronicle, 2006, video, 5:21 min

Madeleine Schwinge

Madeleine Schwinge

CYBORGS'N ANGELS, Imagine we could be the ones, 2021, 84 x 119 cm, fine art print on aluminium dibond plate

Jovana Popić

Jovana Popić

Take a Plan, 2014, various dimensions, plaster

Jovana Popić

Jovana Popić

Blackboard II, 2018, 46x70 cm, silver gelatine print

Jovana Popić

Jovana Popić

What do you want to forget, 2017, acoustic space installation

Madeleine Schwinge

Madeleine Schwinge

End of the night, The Psychedelic Chicks, 2019, 180 x 160 cm, acrylic, oil pastel and jeans on canvas

Stella Geppert

Stella Geppert

InsideT-Learning from the Body, re:future Lab edition, 2020, 5 x 5 m paper, charcoal

Madeleine Schwinge

Madeleine Schwinge

No Boomer No, The Psychedelic Chicks, 2019, 180 x 160 cm, acrylic on canvas

Grégory Chatonsky

Grégory Chatonsky

E-phemeral skin, 2021, 100 x 100 cm, Fine art print on alu dibond

Madeleine Schwinge

Madeleine Schwinge

CYBORGS'N ANGELS, Radical change is your vocation, 2021, 84 x 119 cm, fine art print on aluminium dibond plate

Madeleine Schwinge

Madeleine Schwinge

NEW BIOPIC, The Psychedelic Chicks, 2018, 40x27cm, magazine cutouts, foil, parchment paper, charcoal marker on handmade paper

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