Exhibitions have become a rare happening during the last months, planning upcoming projects seems to be a gamble, numbers and restrictions define the shape and atmosphere of events.

Nevertheless we are extraordinarily thrilled to present three positions in three rooms: the analogue-experimental photographic works by Marta Djourina, the colorful-existential paintings by Kennet Lekko and the uniquely-innovative longterm and future defining post-gallery.online project by Kelli Gedvil and Kristen Rästas featuring screenings by Egle Ehtjen and Hanna-Liisa Lavonen.

Exhibition: Dec 3rd 2020 – Mid January 2021
Soft-Openings: Every Thursday and Friday from 2 pm – 9 pm
Opening Hours: Tuesday, Wednesday, Saturday 2 pm – 7 pm
Eberswalder Str. 30
10437 Berlin
U Eberswalder Str.


Kat Austen’s Stranger to the Trees is a new media project exploring the complementary coexistence of microplastics and trees as carbon sinks. How do trees and microplastics coexist in forests, capturing carbon in the time of the climate crisis? Stranger to the Trees’ two channels of video orient around a musical composition combining traditional instruments, hacked instruments and field recordings. One video, an analogue silhouette animation mixed with live-action video, explores the macro perspective of this coexistence. The other, incorporating results from a scientific experiment into the effect of microplastics on birch trees, explores the micro perspective. Together, they query the response of forest ecosystems to the ubiquitous and irrevocable dispersal of microplastics around the Earth.

Through a co-operation with innovative online gallery post-gallery.online curated by Kelli Gedvil and Kristen Rästas, the release of Stranger to the Trees is reconfigured, hybridised like the trees themselves, to allow the meaning and affordance of the two channels of video to be conveyed through online media fit for pandemic times.

“The Work was realised within the framework of the European Media Art Platforms EMARE program at WRO Art Center with support of the Creative Europe Culture Programme of the European Union”.

Opening on 21st of November 4PM (CET)
21/11/2020 – 29/11/2020


Post-gallery.online is an independent online gallery started by Kelli Gedvil and Kristen Rästas in 2020. The web-based exhibition space aims to show artworks that will be curated solely for online viewing. The opening exhibition pHoNe bAd, bOOk gOOd is a duo project by the gallery founders. Both artists present works made during the COVID-19 lockdown. The exhibition theme can be viewed as a result of a(n) (in)voluntary residency within home. The works rely on their individual artist practices.

Opening on 26th of May 6PM (GMT+3 Estonian time)
27/05/2020 – 26/07/2020

Link to the exhibition: https://post-gallery.online/

past projects

Marta Djourina | Kennet Lekko | post-gallery.online

RAM pop-up space

THE show of the Gallery Weakend

Alte Münze, Keller Haus 3


The rbb – Abendschau collected some impressions from the Gallery Weekend 2019 and happily THE show seemed to be the highlight ! If you want to skip the boring part you can jump immediately to 1:57, but maybe don’t miss the part in advance because we shine in a brighter light then: