Artists

David Armstrong-Six (* 1968) studied at Queen’s University in Kingston, Ontario. He has been exhibiting internationally since 1997; including shows at White Columns and Andrew Kreps in New York, Art Gallery of Ontario and the Power Plant in Toronto, Musée d’art contemporain de Montréal, and loop - Raum für aktuelle Kunst in Berlin. 2011/12 he was Qu...

Artists Anonymous, founded in 2001, live and work in London and Berlin.

In his equally beguiling and disturbing photographs, sculptures or films, Kader Attia (* 1970 in Dugny, Seine Saint-Denis) is often depicting aspects of European colonialism. In 2005, Kader Attia was nominated for the Marcel Duchamp Prize. In 2012, he participated with The Repair from Occident to Extra-Occidental Cultures in dOCUMENTA (13) in Kassel. In 2016 he recieved the Marcel...

Jim Avignon is one of the most extraordinary figures in the German art scene today. He is a painter, a musician, a performer, a host and curator, and has built a career that consists of these components. Avignon paints a lot, and he paints fast. He calls himself “the fastest painter in the world”, and if need be, he sets up a whole exhibition within a few days. His pictures are a...

Manon Bellet (*1979 Vevey) studied at the Ecole cantonale d‘art du Valais (Switzerland) and at Cheltenham and Gloucester Art College of Higher Education (UK). Several grants allowed her to live and work in Berlin, Paris and Warsaw. 2012/13 she received her first monographic publication within the prestigious series Cahier d‘Artistes by Pro Helvetia. Bellet lives and works...

Lene Berg (*1965) was educated as a film director at the Dramatiska Institutet in Stockholm. She works with video and installations, photography and text.

Her video The Man in the Background and her publication, Gentlemen and Arseholes, were launched as two parts of one project about art and propaganda during the Cold War. The project focused on the...

Nora Bibel was born in Munich in 1971 and has lived in Berlin since 1999 after she graduated from the University of Bielefeld with a Diploma of Photography. Bibel travels internationally for her work as a freelance artist and photographer in the field of portraiture and documentary and also teaches photography in Berlin, becoming a professor 2015. Bibel’s main focus is the interplay and...

Marc Bijl (*1970) studied at the Royal Academy of Art & Design in ‘s-Hertogenbosch and at the Glasgow School of Art. His works are based upon social issues and their use of symbols and rules. This can result in interventions in the public space, sculptures or installations that undermine or underline his perception of the world.
Bijl lives and works in Berlin.

Paolo Bottarelli was born in Brescia in 1975. He studied painting at the Academy of fine Art in Venice, graduating in the phenomenology of contemporary art, before abandoning art in favour of chess. For ten years his studies focussed on chessboard squares, perfect mathematical calculations and flashes of intuition. He played almost obsessively, while at the same time also studying music and...

Sonia Boyce was born in London in 1962, where she still lives and works, and in the early 1980s emerged as a figurative painter, quickly gaining critical attention as part of the black British arts movement, for works that spoke about racial identity and gender.

Since the 1990s Boyce has worked increasingly with other people in what she calls ‘improvised collaborations’,...

Boris von Brauchitsch (*1963 in Aachen) studied History of Art in Frankfurt, Bonn and Berlin and wrote his PhD about the photographer Herbert List. He works as Photographer, writer and curator, and lives in Berlin.

Other publications are Michelangelo (Suhrkamp, 2009), Klassiker der Architektur (Reclam, 2009),Caravaggio (Suhrkamp, 2007...

Stephanie Buhmann was born in Hamburg, Germany in 1977 and has been based in New York City since 1998. She received a B.F.A. and Master in the History of Art, Architecture and Design from Pratt Institute, NY, with Honors (2012). She is a member of the Association Internationale des Critiques d'Art and the Deutscher Fachjournalisten-Verband. She is a contributing editor at Artcritical. Her...

Angela Bulloch (*1966 in Rainy River, Canada) studied at Goldsmiths College in London and is recognised as one of the YBA. She works predominantly with light, video and sound and usus ‚inter-passive‘ systems to engage with the viewer. She lives and works in Berlin.

Peter Carlberg (1931-2008) was the nephew of Dada-artist Hannah Höch. Being a close relative, Peter Carlberg has been dedicated to promoting his aunt's work. In 1978 while Hannah Höch was still alive, he made the film "Diptam Baumzingel Bunter Mohn" documenting her garden. He also recorded his musical interpretation of Höch's verses in Bilderbuch.

After completing a Bachelor of Arts in graphic design at the Norwich School of Art and Design, Alexine Chanel (*1972 in Lyon) moved to Budapest, where she began her artistic production. Chanel lives and works in Berlin since 2004. She has held exhibitions at galleries Jarmuschek und Partner, MARS and Artport Contemporary, among others. The main recurring theme of her work is the...

Julian Charrière, born in 1987 in Morges / Switzerland, currently lives and works in Berlin, where he graduated from the master class of Olafur Eliasson at the Institut of Spatial Experiments in 2013. Charrières work oscillates between scientific and artistic endeavors to scrutinize ecological and environmental themes as rhizomatic networks. Within these efforts his work analyzes...

Paolo Chiasera (*1978 in Bologna) is fascinated by historical icons, myths and cultural symbolism. He isolates excerpts from cinema, literature and philosophy, which he then uses as pawns within a new story that makes use of the visitor's 'collective memory'. For Chiasera, history is a starting point for creating a process of deconstruction and afterward the construction of a shape and he is...

Gayle Chong Kwan is of Scottish-Chinese Mauritian descent and was born in Edinburgh in 1973. She holds a BA in Fine Art from Central Saint Martins College of Art, an MSc in Communications from Stirling University, and a BA in Politics and Modern History from Manchester University. Phd, Fine Art, Royal College of Art, London (2012-). She lives and works in London.

Gayle Chong Kwan’...

Daniel Gustav Cramer (*1975 in Neuss) studied in Münster and at the Royal College of Art in London. From 2005 to 2007 he was Senior Lecturer for Fine Art at Sheffield Hallam University. Recently, Cramer had solo exhibitions at the Kunstverein Dortmund and the Goethe Institut in Dublin. He lives and works in Berlin. Together with Haris Epaminonda, Daniel Gustav Cramer is working on...

Nick Crowe (*1968 in Barnsley) lives and works in Berlin and Manchester. In many of his works, Crowe engages with our medialised invironment. He works as a sculptor and in new media. Together with Ian Rawlinson, he also has a communal practise in video and film.

Solo-exhibitions and projects (Selection)
2008: 'Sammlung Witkowska', Axel Lapp Projects; 2007: 'At 25 Metres', FACT...

Lucile Desamory (*1977 in Brussels) lives and works in Berlin.

The dilettantin produktionsbüro (dilettante production bureau) was founded in 2003 by artist Anneli Käsmayr (*1980 in Dachau). It is considered a conceptual research field operating in the space between art and everyday life. The context related stagings, projects and interventions of dilettantin produktionsbüro often include a sensual moment like taste and...

Florian Dombois (b. 1966 in Berlin) is an artist who has focused on models, landforms, labilities, seismic activity, tectonic activity, scientific fictions and technical fictions, as well as on their various representational and media formats, and especially on sound. He studied geophysics and philosophy in Berlin, Kiel and Hawaii, graduating in 1992 with a diploma thesis entitled “On...

Jorn Ebner (*1966 in Bremerhaven), lives / works in Berlin. He studied Fine Art at Central Saint Martins College of Art & Design, London (1995-98), as well as English Literature at University Hamburg (1990-95). Between 2002 and 2005 he held an AHRB research scholarship at the art school of Newcastle University. His works deal with landscapes / cityscapes in different related media,...

Loretta Fahrenholz (*1981 in Starnberg) studied at the Hochschule für Grafik und Buchkunst Leipzig and at the Akademie der bildenden Künste Wien. In 2010, she was participating in the Whitney Independent Study Program, in 2011, she received the Marion Ermer Preis.

In his works which are strongly influenced by the history and politics of the current day, Omer Fast (*1972 in Jerusalem) scrutinizes the value of experience in society. He often takes actual events or incidents as his starting point, reconstructing them with the aid of research, interviews or found material. In his intensive film installations, mostly all multi-channel works,...

Holger Friese (*1968) lives and works in Berlin.

Theresa Frölich (*1977 in Göttingen) studied Theology and German Literature in Bonn and then Fine Art at the Kunstakademie Münster in the class of Guillaume Bijl and at theHochschule der Bildenden Künste in Munich with Klaus vom Bruch. In spatial installations she investigates the construction of identity. In self trials and in historic research she is...

Ryan Gander (* 1976 in Chester, UK) lives and works in London. Following his studies at Manchester Metropolitain University, Gander held residencies at Jan van Eyck Akademie in Maastricht and Rijksakademie in Amsterdam.
In 2008, a major solo show, Heralded as the new black, toured Ikon Gallery, Birmingham, South London Gallery and Museum Boijmans Van Beuningen, Rotterdam, while...

Monica Germann (*1966 in St. Gallen) & Daniel Lorenzi (*1963 in Solothurn) studied at the Hochschule für Kunst und Gestaltung in Zürich and work collaboratively since 1995. In their wall drawings and large installations they use very different elements - art historical influences as well as the objects of daily life, or the records and equioment of the musical passion; at...

Born in Tel Aviv, 1970. BFA and MFA from the Departments of Photography and Fine Arts, Bezalel Academy of Art and Design, Jerusalem and Tel Aviv. Recipient of the Young Artist Award, the Israeli Ministry of Science, Culture and Sport (2000), the Young Photographer Award, Haifa Museum of Art (2005), a prize on behalf of the Heskia-Hacmun Law Firm (2007) and the creative encouragement award on...

Giulia Giannola was born in Naples in 1985. She studied Visual Arts at IUAV University in Venice, where she began to work with performances and video. After her degree she moved to Berlin where she is currently studying the Universität der Künste. In her performances she creates choreographies, staged situations, and actions in public spaces to reflect on the...

Eiko Grimberg (* 1971) lives in Berlin. His most recent project was “When Germans clap, it's like we boouuh”, an artist’s book about Germany in the USA and vice versa. The author is co-founder of the artist-run gallery Amerika.

The film maker and artist Romeo Grünfelder (*1968) studied music and visual communication in Hamburg. He recently had a residency at Villa Aurora in Pacific Palisades and in 2008 received the scholarship of the City of Hamburg. He lives and works in Hamburg.

Olaf Habelmann (1970–2011) studied fashion design at the Fachhochschule Hamburg. As a costume designer he worked with the theatre directors Anja Gronau (Hebbel am Ufer/Berlin, Schauspiel Frankfurt, Staatstheater Stuttgart, Wiener Festwochen), Frank Hilbrich (Staatsoper Hannover), Malte Ubenauf (Kampnagel Hamburg, Schauspielhaus Zürich) and Samuel Schwarz (Deutsches Schauspielhaus...

Lise Harlev (*1973) is a Danish artist based in Berlin. She studied at Städelschule, Frankfurt am Main, and The Royal Danish Art Academy, Copenhagen, from which she graduated in 2002.

Oliver Hartung (* 1973 in Ruit) studied at the Kunstakademie Stuttgart, the Glasgow School of Art, and the Slade School of Fine Art in London. From 2004 to 2011 he was working as a photographer for the New York Times and from 2007 to 2013 as an artistic associate at the Academy of Fine Arts Leipzig. Hartung lives and works in Berlin and Leipzig.
He received numerous fellowships...

Bertram Haude (* 1971 Dresden) studied at the University and the Hochschule für Grafik und Buchkunst in Leipzig, at the Glasgow School of Art and in the MFA program of the Bezalel Academy of Fine Arts in Tel Aviv.

Jeanne van Heeswijk (*1965) lives and works in Rotterdam and New York. She is a visual artist who creates contexts for interaction in public spaces. Her projects distinguish themselves through a strong social involvement. With her work Van Heeswijk stimulates and develops cultural production and creates new public spaces or remodels existing ones. To achieve this, she often works closely with...

Born in Hillerød 1974, Denmark is a curator and cultural studies theoretician (Master in Communication and Cultural Studies Roskilde University, Copenhagen University and Humboldt University of Berlin). She also completed the De Appel Curatorial Training Program in Amsterdam, 2003. From 2003 to 2004 she worked as curatorial assistant at BAK – basis voor actuele kunst, Utrecht....

Hannah Höch (1889—1972) is the most important female artist of the Modernist period in Germany. Her work centres around the dadaistic principle of photomontage which she developed, together with Raoul Hausmann, in the early years of the 20th century. Without subscribing to a canon of form as a fixed program, she opened up new and unnerving worlds of images through the manifold...

Paul Hutchinson (*1987) studied at University of the Arts Berlin and Central Saint Martins School of Art and Design, London. In his photographic practice he investigates his immediate surroundings, the role of technology and contemporary Hip Hop culture. And he enjoys taking pictures of stars.

Amongst others, Paul Hutchinson has been awarded grants and prizes from Deutsche Bank, the...

Jytte Høy is a Danish artist living and work in Copenhagen, Denmark. She graduated from the Department of Sculpture at the Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts in 1989 and has been awarded a lifetime grant from the Danish state as well as the Eckersberg Medal.

If asked to verbally pinpoint her artistic practice Jytte Høy would choose the words: structure, complexity and...

Nikola Irmer (* 1970 in Starnberg) studied at the Hunter College in New York, at the Glasgow School of Art and at the San Francisco Art Institute. For several years, she has been documenting historic taxidermy collections in her pictures and drawings.

 

David Jablonowski (b. 1982, Bochum, Germany) lives and works in Amsterdam.
In the last years, he has been involved in many international projects. Lately he had solo exhibitions amongst others at Gemeentemuseum Den Haag, The Netherlands, Baltic Center for Contemporary Art, Gateshead, Newcastle, UK, Westfälischer Kunstverein, Münster, Germany, Dallas Contemporary, USA, SMBA,...

Maarten Janssen (born in 1960 in Rijswijk, Netherlands) studied at the Academie van Beeldende Kunsten Rotterdam. He lives and works in Rotterdam and Berlin.
The autonomy of the image is the recurring proposition in the analytical works of Janssen. By objectifying processes of decision-making, Janssen seeks to enable the work to describe itself as resulting from intrinsic causes.
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Srdjan Jovanovic Weiss was born in 1967 in Yugoslavia and now lives and works in New York. He works on special projects in architecture and art, making structures, books and exhibitions together with artists, curators and academics. He authored books that include Socialist Architecture: The Vanishing Act (JRP Ringier, 2012, with Armin Linke), Almost Architecture...

Daniela Keiser (*1963, Neuhausen) lives in Zurich, is a conceptual and installation artist. In her works, she confronts, among other things, photography, language, and text. Several works have already been published under the work title “In and Out of Translation.” She has had group and solo exhibitions in Switzerland and abroad. The artist is represented by Galerie STAMPA in Basel...

Annette Kisling (*1965) lebt in Berlin.

In photographic series, she describes her experiences with the surrounding architecture. She studied at the academies of Kassel, Offenbach and Hamburg. longer residencies and periods of work in Zurich, Rotterdam, Paris, Venice and Marfa, Texas. Recent exhibitions: 'Wege zur Selbstverständlichkeit - Set 4' (Fotomuseum Winterthur 2007), 'die...

Max Kossatz (*1970) studied at the Universität für Angewandte Kunst in Vienna and since then has taken part in many international exhibitions, ie the Venice Biennale. In the mid-90s in New York, he took part in creating an Internetproviders for artists. Since his return to Austria, he held several positions in the areas Internet, Mobile Services and Retail.

Since 2005 he is co...

Reinhard Kühl (*1967) lives and works in Berlin.
He studied painting and photography in Berlin, Moscow, Vilnius, London, Chicago and Budapest.
Prizes and scholarships: Artists’ Work Programme, Irish Museum of Modern Art, Dublin; DAAD-Scholarship Poland; Air Art 2000 of EADS Munich, Studio prize of the Karl-Hofer-Gesellschaft Berlin, iaab-Scholarship Edinburgh of the...

Edgar Leciejewski (*Berlin 1977) explores the various social and scientific uses of photography. His work employs an experimental, analytic approach to the medium of photography by using various techniques and media. Besides content-related issues and the reflection of his own work, he is interested in issues such as the rhetoric of the photographic series, the photographic genre, the...

Armin Linke was born in 1966 in Milan and lives in Berlin. As a photographer and filmmaker he combines a range of contemporary image-processing technologies in order to blur the borders between fiction and reality. His artistic practice is concerned with different possibilities of dealing with photographic archives and their respective manifestations, as well as with the interrelations and...

Daniela Löbbert (*1979) studied design at the Fachhochschule Münster and art at the Kunstakademie Münster as well as at the Kunstakademie Düsseldorf. In 2007, she received the development grant of the Kunstakademie Münster and the Max-Ernst award from the city of Bruhl.

Antonia Low was born in Liverpool in 1972. She studied at Fachhochschule and Kunstakademie in Münster as well as at Goldsmiths College in London. Low lives and works in Berlin.

Anja Lutz is a book designer for artists, publishers and cultural institutions (Hatje Cantz, dgv–Die Gestalten Verlag, Jan van Eyck Editions, Haus der Kulturen der Welt, Berlinische Galerie etc.) and has co-founded The Green Box in 2006. She was the initiator and art director of the international art and design project ...

Emanuel Mathias (*1981 in Halle/Saale) studied at the Hochschule für Grafik und Buchkunst Leipzig and at the Universidad del Bellas Artes, Bilbao. In 2010, he spent 6 months in Istanbul, on a DAAD fellowship. In 2011, he received the Marion ermer Preis. Mathias lives and works in Leipzig.

Reiner Maria Matysik (*1967 in Duisburg) lives in Berlin, studied Fine Arts at the Hochschule für bildende Künste Braunschweig and at the Ateliers Arnhem. 2004 he directed the artistic development project "Institute of Biological Sculpture" at the Hochschule für bildende Künste Braunschweig. He is a lecturer at the Institute of Visual Arts, Faculty of Architecture,...

Jürgen Mayer H. (*1965) studied at Stuttgart University, The Cooper Union and at Princeton Universtiy. His work was published and exhibited worldwide and is part of international collections like the MoMA New York and SF MoMA. His work was awarded with numerous prizes, i.e. the Mies-van-der-Rohe-Award 2003 Emerging Architect and Winner Holcim Awards 2005 Bronze Europe for Metropol Parasol...

Alexej Meschtschanow (* 1973 in Kiev) lives and works in Berlin. He studied at the Academy of Visual Arts Leipzig and graduated as Meisterschüler in Prof. Timm Rautert's class.

Bea Meyer (*1969 in Karl-Marx-Stadt) studied fine arts in Leipzig. 2003 she graduated as a Master student and received thereupon the fellowships from Saxony Cultural Foundation and  and Bonn Arts Funds. She was a cofounder of the artists-run galleries LIGA in Berlin (2002) and Gallery b2_ in Leipzig (2005). Her works have been on view in solo shows in Kunstmuseum...

Beate Mohr (* 1963) studied Communication Design and Fine Art in Braunschweig. Since 2009 she is Professor (Bildnerische Grundlagen / artistic foundations) at the Hochschule der bildenden Künste Saar in Saarbrücken. Mohr lives and works in Hamburg.

Ulrike Mohr (*1970 Tuttlingen) studied Fine Arts and Sculpture at the Art Academy Berlin-Weißensee and the Art Aceademy Trondheim, Norway.

Jana Müller (*1977) lives and works in Berlin. She studied photography at the Hochschule für Grafik und Buchkunst in Leipzig.

Müller exhibits regularly in germany and abroad, recently at Städtische Galerie Nordhorn, Künstlerhaus Bethanien Berlin, Halka Art Projects Istanbul and Museum für Bildende Kunst Leipzig. She received grants and scholarships from...

Sladjan Nedeljkovic was born in 1969 in Zemun, Serbia. He grew up in Switzerland and now lives and works in Berlin.
He studied Fine Art at Schule für Gestaltung Lucerne (1993-94), École Supérieure d'Art Visuel, Geneva (1994-98) and Goldsmiths College, London (2001-02), where he obtained a MA in Fine Arts.
Sladjan Nedeljkovic has been featured in solo and group...

Emeka Ogboh is an sound and video artist from Nigeria, based in Berlin.

Uriel Orlow (*1973 in Zurich) lives and works in London.
He studied at Central Saint Martins College of Art & Design, at the Slade School of Art (UCL) and the University of the Arts in London, as well as at the university of Geneva. He is currently involved in a research project within the framework of the 'AHRB...

Jochen Plogsties (*1974 in Cochem an der Mosel) studied at the Academy of Visual Arts (Hochschule für Grafik und Buchkunst) in Leipzig – where he was taught by Arno Rink and Neo Rauch. In 2009, he spent six months at the International Studio and Curatorial Programm New York with a stipend from the Kulturstiftung des Freistaates Sachsen. In 2011 he received...

Laercio Redondo is a Brazilian-born artist based in Rio de Janeiro and Stockholm. He received his MFA from the Konstfack, University College of Arts, Crafts, and Design, in Stockholm. He is the recipient of various grants, among them the Akademie Schloss Solitude fellowship in Stuttgart and the IASPIS residency program in Stockholm. In his artistic research Redondo engages extensively with...

Reloading Images is an open network of artists, writers, curators, architects, filmmakers, designers, scholars and interdisciplinary cultural practitioners. Members of the network initiate and organize activities on a project-by-project basis, working together across various disciplines, formats and places. The practice takes the form of process-oriented artistic research. Reloading Images...

Cornelia Renz was born in Kaufbeuren in 1966. She studied Painting and Graphics at the Hochschule für Grafik und Buchkunst (HGB) in Leipzig from 1993 until 1998. Until 2001, she was Meisterschüler with Sighard Gille. Since then she lives and works in Berlin.

Stipendien und Preise
2011: Villa Aurora Stipendium; 2005: Förderpreis Bildende Kunst der Schering...

The R.E.P. group was established at the end of 2004 during the “Orange Revolution” in Ukraine. The group initially comprised 20 artists. Since 2006 the R.E.P. group’s members are Ksenia Hnylytska, Nikita Kadan, Volodymyr Kuznetsov, Zhanna Kadyrova, Lada Nakonechna, Lesia Khomenko.

Their work began with a series of actions united by the name “Intervention...

Alona Rodeh is an Israeli born (*1979) visual artist, based in Tel Aviv and Berlin. In 2009, Rodeh received her MFA with honors from the Bezalel Academy of Art and Design (Tel Aviv), having also completed her exchange studies at RCA London. She has presented large-scale commissioned projects and solo shows, including “Safe and Sound” at Künstlerhaus Bethanien (as a part of an...

Adrián Villar Rojas (geb. 1980) studied Fine Art at the Universidad Nacional de Rosario. In 2011 he represented Argentina at the Biennale di Venezia and in 2012 showed at dOCUMENTA (13) in Kassel.

 

 

Julian Rosefeldt, born 1965 in Munich, studied architecture in Munich und Barcelona. He mainly works in the medium film, ranging in style from documentary to theatrical narrative. He lives and works in Berlin.

Since 1994 he has participated in exhibitions at, among others: Kunstmuseum Bonn, EX3 Florenz, P.S.1 New York, Centre Georges Pompidou Paris, Santa Monica Museum of Art, Royal...

Sarah Ryan (* 1975) studied at Queensland College of Art in Brisbane (AUS) and at the Tasmanian School of Art in Hobart (AUS). She lives and works in Toowoomba (AUS). Currently she is resident at the Künstlerhaus Bethanien in Berlin.

After training as a photographer, Martina Sauter (*1974 in Konstanz) has studied at the Kunstakademie Düsseldorf, in the class of Thomas Ruff. Her solo exhibitions took place, among others, in Foam Photography Museum Amsterdam, Kunstverein Konstanz and Kunstverein Bochum. In her work, she collages film stills and her own photographs into curious interior spaces.

Iris Schomaker (*1973 in Stade) studied at Muthesius Hochschule Kiel, at HfbK Hamburg, at the Academy of Fine Arts in Bergen and at the Academy of Fine Arts in Trondheim.

She is internationally recognised for her often large-scale watercolours of landscapes and figures. Schomaker lives and works in Berlin.

Claudia Schötz (*1979 in Altdöbern) studied at the Mediadesign Akademie Berlin and at the Hochschule für Bildende Künste Dresden. In 2011, she received the Marion Ermer Preis. Schötz lives and works in Dresden.

Karoline Schreiber (b. 1969 in Bern) is an artist who draws and paints. After studying graphic design in Bern, she spent several years in New York before moving to Zurich, where she has lived and worked ever since. She is a founding member of the women’s artist group mit, which carried out actions and performances in public space from 2000 to 2008. In 2011, she completed a Master of Arts...

Jens Schubert (*1983 in Schwarzenberg, Erzgebirge) studied at the Hochschule für Grafik und Buchkunst Leipzig. In 2011, he received the Marion Ermer Preis. Schubert lives and works in Leipzig.

Tina Schulz (*1975) studied at the Hochschule für Grafik und Buchkunst Leipzig. In her work, Schulz investigates the relationship between the acts of viewing and being viewed, using different media, while working mostly in installations, and employing conceptual strategies.

She was co-founder of the gallery projects LIGA (Berlin) and b2_ (Leipzig). in 2004, she was supported by a...

Maya Schweizer (*1976 in Maisons-Alfort, Frankreich)

Bryndís Snæbjörnsdóttir & Mark Wilson conduct their collaborative practice from bases in the north of England, Iceland and Gothenburg, Sweden. With a strong research grounding, their socially engaged projects explore contemporary relationships between human and non-human animals in the contexts of history, culture and the environment. The practice sets out to...

Born in 1977 in Yaoundé, Cameroon, is an independent art curator and biotechnologist. Ndikung has been living on and off in Berlin since 1997, where he studied Food Biotechnology in the University of Technology Berlin, did a doctorate in Medical Biotechnology in the Heinrich Heine University Düsseldorf/TU Berlin and a post-doctorate in Biophysics in Montpellier. He is the founder and...

In 1994, an exhibition at the Museum of Modern Art in Saint-Etienne confronts Roselyne Titaud, for the first time, with images of Bernd & Hilla Becher, Thomas Ruff and Thomas Struth. She then began to photograph, learning the technique of printing in the wings of the museum. Even if this aesthetic experience was fundamental, she then detached herself from this tradition and the distance...

Petra Trenkel (*1968 in Bischofsheim/Hanau) studied at the Hochschule für Bildende Künste, Städelschule in Frankfurt/Main. In 2003 she was a participant of the Goldrausch artists’ project in Berlin, in 2005 she had a residency of the Hessian Culture Foundation in London, and in 2006 she had a residency at the Chinati Foundation in Marfa, Texas. She lives and works in...

Costa Vece (*1969 in Herisau) is a Swiss artist working with video and installation. He lives and works in Zurich.

Vece grew up in the canton of Appenzell Außerrhoden in a family of Italian/Greek origin. From 1989 to 1994, he studied at the F + F School for Experimental Design in Zurich. In 1998 he had his...

Clemens von Wedemeyer (*1974 in Göttingen) studied Fine Art in Leipzig. Some of his filmic works are narrative (short) films, while others are reflections and experiments about cinema, and a third group are multi-channeled video works. With this practice, Von Wedemeyer moves between art and cinema, but with films of changing forms as they take on a strongly conceptual position with...

Annette Weisser lives and works in Berlin and Los Angeles. She is Assistant Professor at Art Center College of Design, Pasadena, in the Graduate Art Program. Since graduating from the Academy for Media Arts Cologne in 1998 she has worked as an artist, curator and writer in various constellations. She is co-founder of The Detroit Tree of Heaven Woodshop. Presumably because of age, she...

Frauke Wilken (*1965 in Göttingen) studied at the Hochschule für Bildende Künste in Braunschweig and at the Facultat de Belles Arts in Barcelona. Since 1992, she lives and works in Cologne.

After training as a church painter, Elke Zauner (* 1972 in Altötting) studied at the Academy of Fine Arts in Munich. Numerous exhibitions in Germany, Austria, Italy, Finland and Poland have followed. In 2008 she had a residency at Villa Massimo in Rome. Zauner lives and works in Bamberg.

Moira Zoitl (*1968 in Salzburg) is an Austrian video and installation artist. She works and lives in Berlin.
She studied at the University for Applied Arts in Vienna from 1990 to 1997 and in 1997 Visual Communication at the University of Arts in Berlin.
She recieved invitations for various projects and artist residencies, including Hong Kong (2002/2004), London (2003/2009, bm:ukk),...

Walter Zurborg (*1980 in Vechta) studied Fine Art at the Hochschule für bildende Künste in Braunschweig (under Ulrich Eller and Thomas Virnich), and became a Meisterschüler in 2009. He lives and works in Braunschweig, Goldenstedt.