Studio Daniel Permanetter

12053 Berlin – Neukölln


Artists with works at this studio


Daniel Permanetter (b. 1977, Starnberg) graduated from the Academy of Fine Arts in Munich, Germany as a Meisterschüler of Stephan Huber. Based on a strong reference to popular music his work takes on narrative structures and finds its form in single channel videos, room installations, spoken and written word and photographs. In recent years he introduced the icon Bob Dylan as a character into his work; an attempt to develop a metaphor for an artistic and deeply human longing to create meaning. And to reflect the failure of most attempts to achieve this. This underlying image of desire is interwoven with odd, poetic and emotional narratives that shift in their subject from work to work. He received prizes and awards of in-stitutions including Akademieverein München, Bayerisches Staatsministerium, DAAD and Start Point Prize, Czech Republic. He was artist in residency in Galerie Klatovy/Klenová, Museum of Modern Art, Czech Republic and International Studio & Curatorial Program (ISCP) in New York, USA. Daniel Permanetter lives and works in Berlin.


Louise Manifold (b. 1978, Galway, Ireland) graduated from Central St Martins Collage London and the Galway/Mayo Institute of Technology, Ireland. She works conceptually with film, photography, sculpture and text. Fascinated by the power of stories and the creation of myth, Manifold’s work explores narratives and scenarios that challenge on the self and the body in relation to the other. Referencing ideas on cinematic estrangement and theatricality, her multi disciplinary practice reflects upon the boundaries of neurosis and myth as a means to explore human disconnection from the lived world in favor of a private real. Louise Manifold has been the recipient of awards from The Arts Council of Ireland. In 2009 she was one of the four artists nominated for Allied Irish Bank Art prize for young artists of promise. She has exhibited extensively throughout Ireland and internationally in exhibitions at ISCP, New York. Proximal Distances Chicago, Supermarket Art Fair, Stockholm, Red House Arts Centre Syracuse New York, Candid Arts Centre, London and 411 Galleries, China. She has been awarded residencies with Galway City Council (2007), Tyrone Guthrie (2008), SIM Iceland (2008), ISCP New York (2010/11), the Botin Foundation Spain (2013), and the Royal Hibernian Academy Dublin, Ireland (2014/15). Recent projects include Wild-Screen (2015) Connemara, and Trauma at the Science Gallery, Dublin (2015).