Lacuna Lab is about

Lacuna Lab is an artist-run collaborative community and space in Kreuzberg. We are artists, designers, coders, musicians, and performers working at the intersections of art, technology and science. We are driven by imagination, playfulness, and experimentation. We love partnering with others on projects and collaborations, and sharing what we learn through public exhibitions, classes, and workshops.

Fri 19 Feb 2021

Comprehensive Thinkers for a Post-Anthropocene

A talk by the artist-designer Fara Peluso showing how art and design can be mediators between science and the public to build a collective memory.
Fri 29 Jan 2021

Remote Rules and Rituals

Paul Wiersbiski will investigate how the rituals of theatre can be used to portray the ritualism of spiritual machines. How do we use them to make predictions about an uncertain future?
Tue 26 Jan 2021


Nuño de la Serna present a series of film interviews that reflect a momentary snapshot in the life of Lacuna Lab and its members. These interviews take a record of the artworks presented by the members during Vorspiel along with their individual backgrounds, influences, and points of view.