An Independent Community Oriented Art Gallery Located at Muskauer Str 49 Kreuzberg Berlin Germany
We host Art Exhibitions, Workshops, Movie Screenings and Performances.

Friday, December 24, 2010

Bringing in the New Years @ THE FAB LAB

Glyph Design and The Fab Lab join forces to say goodbye to 2010.
Your favorite sister dj duo know as  DJ TEAM STEEG  ( aka Henri and Lisa Steegmann)
will play you the hottest new jams, with a healthy dose of 80's, Post Punk, new wave, and
which house.

Keeping with the "Witch Theme, Cindy Wonderful will perform Magic Spells .
Any one looking for an enchanting experience, come join us!

Jan 7th the world Famous Mr Maloke will Join us with his gal pal Ingeborg Fachmann.
Mr Maloke is a rapping puppet from the PuppetMastaz ( Regulars on MTV Germany)
Check him out in the video Below.

Ingeborg Fachmann is what us Americans would call a Jack of All Trades.
She has many talents, and on Jan 7th she will be sharing some of her poetry and DJ skills.

This is gonna be fun. You will not be able to see entertainment like this
in an environment like THE FAB LAB
very often, maybe never. So join us for this very special event!

Big plans in 2011 for THE FAB LAB.
More workshops, Life Drawing Classes, Gestalt Experiments, Crunks Not Dead Aerobics,
and continued Performances and Art Exhibitions.

Something YOU would like to see at THE FAB LAB???
Make contact here.

Sunday, December 12, 2010


SUNDAY DEC 12th 2010
Brunch  made with love by Sarah Adorable and Aleesa Cohene .

For one special day only THE FAB LAB became an Olympia Washington style "SECRET CAFE".
For those unfirmiliar with the phenomenon, one academic type described it as "nomadic kitchens with migratory cooks" that "can break free from a constraining menu".

Secret Cafe's are often designed to raise money for a certain cause, and what makes it a "secret" is because it usually takes place in a house or loft or somewhere its not "supposed to".

For THE FAB LAB it's about creating a unique environment where people can enjoy food, friendship, community, unconventional dining and  art, all at the same time.

Friday, December 10, 2010


FRI DEC 10th

This was the biggest little show at THE FAB LAB to this date. Every technical difficulty that could have happened did.

Turned out to be a blessing in disguise because before we got Nicky's instrumentals working, she treated us to one of the best accapella freestyles I have ever heard in my life.  She went as far as to take it to the max. Encouraging audience members to sing with her.

The sound was wack, but if any one can make a distorted  mic and crackly speakers sound magical and appropriate, its Nicky Click. It was especially a treat to have Nicky Click performing here, because it was acutally her 6 year old nefew Gabe who gave THE FAB LAB its name.

Athens Boys Choir rocked the house  too. This was the first ever show in Berlin for this Gerorgia based Mulit Media, Transgendered, Jewish, Comedy Rapper known by some of his fans as THE EZ HEEB. He was honest, charming, and entertaining. The high point of the show for me was seeing the video from his real Bat Mitzvah . Hilarious. Way to embrace the past!
This show definitely felt like an Olympia Washington house party.

Thursday, December 9, 2010


Hello World,

Thanks so much to everyone who came out to THE FAB LAB for the MARY OCHER show.
(Badkat, Alexis, Lisa and Henri Steegy, Margarita, Tim, Liad, Peter Backer, Julia, Muriel, and everyone else who's names I didn't get) It was so so so so so lovely.

She  was playing with this amp, I don't know if it was almost out of batteries or what, but it made her sound like she was coming through an old timey radio tuned in to a station being transmitted from outer space. 

I don't know how to explain her, a little folky, but dark, and hypnotic in a way. Intense. When I asked Sarah Adorable and Aleesa Cohene  to throw out some adjectives to describe Mary's performance they responded Electrifying, Chilling, and Inspirational.

Here is a glimpse

Saturday, December 4, 2010

DIE GUTE RUTE // the good birch

Fri Dec 3rd 2010

Die Gute Rute : Whip Exhibition by Anton Blume

Hand Crafted Animal Free Whips.

Some are Sexy some are Funny all of them Unique.

The opening was accompanied by racy Christmas stories
involving the whips  told in German, English, and French
by Anton and friends.

Drawings of whips.  by Katja Von Helldorff

Music was provided by new Berlin transplant DJ SAMUEL.


Fri Nov 12th 201

Words Don't Come Easy:
A group exhibition with text works curated by Lukas Julius Keijser

Featured Artists:
Artur van Balen, Barbara Gruhl
Benny Nemerofsky Ramsay
Eva Gerth, Katalin Pöge, Lea Steffens, 
Low Profile, Lukas Julius Keijser,
Markues, Xenia Fink
w/ DJ Biaca Kruk