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Pakui Hardware On Demand (2017) Installation view. Courtesy the artists + Exile, Berlin.
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Pakui Hardware 'On Demand 11' (2017) Installation view. Courtesy the artists + Exile, Berlin.
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Pakui Hardware 'On Demand 11' (2017) Detail. Courtesy the artists + Exile, Berlin.
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Pakui Hardware 'On Demand 111' (2017) Installation view. Courtesy the artists + Exile, Berlin.
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Pakui Hardware 'On Demand 11' (2017) Installation view. Courtesy the artists + Exile, Berlin.
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Pakui Hardware 'On Demand 111' (2017) Detail. Courtesy the artists + Exile, Berlin.
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Pakui Hardware On Demand (2017) Installation view. Courtesy the artists + Exile, Berlin.
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Pakui Hardware 'On Demand V & VI' (2017) Installation view. Courtesy the artists + Exile, Berlin.
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Pakui Hardware 'On Demand V & VI' (2017) Installation view. Courtesy the artists + Exile, Berlin.
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Pakui Hardware 'On Demand VII + VIII' (2017) Installation view. Courtesy the artists + Exile, Berlin.
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Pakui Hardware 'On Demand VII + VIII' (2017) Installation view. Courtesy the artists + Exile, Berlin.
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Pakui Hardware 'On Demand V & VI' (2017) Detail. Courtesy the artists + Exile, Berlin.
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Pakui Hardware On Demand (2017) Installation view. Courtesy the artists + Exile, Berlin.

“Like lonely gas stations reverberating in immense space.” Pakui Hardware’s On Demand at Exile

, 19 June 2017

Pakui Hardware presented exhibition On Demand at Berlin’s Exile which opened June 1 and is running to July 15.

Pakui Hardware On Demand (2017) Installation view. Courtesy the artist + Exile, Berlin.
The collaborative artist duo, Neringa Černiauskaitė and Ugnius Gelguda, explore “Capital traveling through bodies and materials.” The installation is a sculptural assemblage using heat-treated plexiglass, stainless steel column, edible pigment as well as silicone and ceramics to name a few. 

The press release takes the form of an abstract narrative where, “a body reclines on spring grass while staring into a starless sky. Across blue-hued layers are other bodies, unreachable but abundant with recourses, asteroids, like lonely gas stations reverberating in immense space.”

Their practice focuses on already long existent and implemented systems and programs to design nature, with the aim of making their underlying mechanisms transparent.**

Pakui Hardware’s On Demand exhibition is on at Berlin’s Exile, running June to July 15, 2017.

“Art in the System. The System in Art.” A guide to Gallery Weekend Berlin, Apr 28 – 30

27 April 2017

Pakui Hardware presented exhibition On Demand at Berlin’s Exile which opened June 1 and is running to July 15.

Pakui Hardware On Demand (2017) Installation view. Courtesy the artist + Exile, Berlin.
The collaborative artist duo, Neringa Černiauskaitė and Ugnius Gelguda, explore “Capital traveling through bodies and materials.” The installation is a sculptural assemblage using heat-treated plexiglass, stainless steel column, edible pigment as well as silicone and ceramics to name a few. 

The press release takes the form of an abstract narrative where, “a body reclines on spring grass while staring into a starless sky. Across blue-hued layers are other bodies, unreachable but abundant with recourses, asteroids, like lonely gas stations reverberating in immense space.”

Their practice focuses on already long existent and implemented systems and programs to design nature, with the aim of making their underlying mechanisms transparent.**

Pakui Hardware’s On Demand exhibition is on at Berlin’s Exile, running June to July 15, 2017.

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“Someone somewhere praying for me.” Grace Jones + the Grotto Capitale group show at Exile, Apr 28 – May 27

27 April 2017

Pakui Hardware presented exhibition On Demand at Berlin’s Exile which opened June 1 and is running to July 15.

Pakui Hardware On Demand (2017) Installation view. Courtesy the artist + Exile, Berlin.
The collaborative artist duo, Neringa Černiauskaitė and Ugnius Gelguda, explore “Capital traveling through bodies and materials.” The installation is a sculptural assemblage using heat-treated plexiglass, stainless steel column, edible pigment as well as silicone and ceramics to name a few. 

The press release takes the form of an abstract narrative where, “a body reclines on spring grass while staring into a starless sky. Across blue-hued layers are other bodies, unreachable but abundant with recourses, asteroids, like lonely gas stations reverberating in immense space.”

Their practice focuses on already long existent and implemented systems and programs to design nature, with the aim of making their underlying mechanisms transparent.**

Pakui Hardware’s On Demand exhibition is on at Berlin’s Exile, running June to July 15, 2017.

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