Gravity Prague #1 announced!

Author: Gravity

After a long time of covid-forced struggle, Gravity Network is proud to announce its first event in Prague during April 13th-15th.

The first event of Gravity Network will take place on multiple days at Ankali, Planeta Za and Ze Mě.


On Wednesday 13th, Oblaka (aka Exhausted Modern), Hiro Kone and Rabih Beaini are the acts taking part in a concert evening of deconstructive rhythms, noise and experimental melodies.

On Friday 15th the presentations, panel talks and discussions will begin with Terraforma’s Ruggero Pietromarchi and Ada Karayel who will present their approach to environmental sustainability in event-making. Later on, Oramics’ Monster, Lecken’s Killa, Steven Dei-Kwarteng representing Revier Südost and anti-harassment Czech organization Konsent will discuss different approaches to the creation of safer spaces.

Wrapping up the day, the Temporary Pleasure collective will present their research and activites, and expose the learnings of their week-long workshop on innovative ways to imagine a better club space for all.

As a finale for the week, the clubnight will take over both Ankali’s two floors and will include Gravity artists as Alfred Czital and NCOL from Ankali, Elena Sizova and Killa from Revier Südost, Monster and Olivia from Jasna 1. They will be joined by two music explorers with spellbinding abilities: Elena Colombi and Ece Özel.

Part of the internal Gravity programme will be a 5-day workshop led by Temporary Pleasure, a collective of architects, event producers, and club creatives generating new ways to imagine, build, and use the club – together. The team of TP is coming to lead a 5-day workshop with 12 participants who will work on re-designing & re-defining several of the rooms at Ankali club to create more shared, fluid and safer spaces for the local communities.

“Our club-building workshops empower club creatives to create DIY venues – replacing rigid spaces and barriers-to-entry with fluid spaces and co-creation, responding to the needs of local scenes and communities. We believe that real collaboration and inclusivity make for better dance floors, better music, and opportunities for community-building beyond the club.”

Check the links below for more information:

Gravity Prague #1 [live]
Gravity Prague #1 [talks]
Gravity Prague #1 [clubnight]