NIEMANDSLAND - Film screening 2019
Niemandsland is a 10 minute shortfilm constructed with ~40 selected still images from Isolde Kille's Archive from 1989-92. The screening was accompanied by live music from Saskia van der Giessen. Saskia vd Giessen and Isolde Kille met first at the Academy, HfbK Dresden and both experienced the former East during and shortly after the fall of the wall in 1989.
GLOGAUAIR - artistresidency
GlogauAIR resident from 3rd of January till 31st of March,
PIEROGI GALLERY - FLATFILES
155 Suffolk Street
New York, NY 10002
Into the woods, Barbed Magazine
Barbed Magazine features the series 'into the woods'. Similar to a Rohrschach test, INTO THE WOODS is mirroring photographic close up shots from my recent visit (2/16) to the Red Woods near San Francisco, California.
Dave Bown Project
The 12th Semiannual Competition at Dave Bown Projects was curated by Kathleen Goncharov, Curator of Contemporary Art, Boca Raton Museum of Art; Irene Hofmann, Director and Chief Curator, SITE Santa Fe; Al Miner, Assistant Curator of Contemporary Art, Museum of Fine Arts, Boston.
KIOSK DER DEMOKRATIE
RAYOGRAM. Abstract photographic series on black and white fiberpaper
The Island Series are ‘Earth Capsules’, trapping Earth as well as Pigments and Oil paint in-between Glass and Canvas.
CONSTELLATION NYC, performance
Constellation NYC documents the photographic journey through New York City during Frieze art fair 2016. The journey started with a performance by Crichton Atkinson and Olimpia Dior at 10am on The High Line at West 14 Street in Chelsea, NY.
13 MONTH: photographic documentation
The video shows selected prints of my photographic documentation while I was living at a zen center. My intend as an artist was to choose a situation where I can produce free of the pressure of market and at the same time continue my interest about Time, Space and Existence.
Blogspot: The journey into New Mexico
I WANT TO TALK TO EVERYBODY I CAN AS DEEPLY AS I CAN. I WANT TO BE ABLE TO SLEEP IN OPEN FIELDS TO TRAVEL WEST, TO WALK FREELY AT NIGHT. Sylvia Plath