© photography Anja Teske

Studio Daniel Permanetter

presented by Pavel Vancát

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 institutions 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.

Charlie Tweed (b. 1974, Reading) graduated from Goldsmiths MFA Art Practice in 2008. At the core of his practice is exposing and reconfiguring the relationships between technology, ecology and mankind. He is particularly interested in how new technologies, their interfaces, databases, affects, and transmissions allow for new forms of control to be realized over humans and non humans. In 2008 Tweed was selected for the international summer academy at Museum Zentrum Paul Klee in Bern, Switzerland and has since won several prizes. Solo shows include Spike Island (Bristol), Animate Projects (London) as well as recent shows in Aspex (Portsmouth) and Exeter (Phoenix). 2013 he participated in international group shows and symposia in Melbourne and Berlin. He received an Arts and Humanities Research Council Studentship from Kingston University where he is currently a PhD researcher. Charlie Twee lives and works in Bristol, UK.