is an artist, researcher, curator and teacher based in Berlin and Munich. Since the early 2000s she has realized public art projects as well as presentations in international galleries and institutions. She is awarded with the German National Academic Foundation, Cité scholarship in Paris from MWK Baden-Wuerttemberg, Kunststiftung Baden-Wuerttemberg, Swiss National Science Foundation, Stiftung Kunstfonds, et al.. She was working on artistic and curatorial research projects (Praeparat Bergsturz, Bern University of the Arts, six memos for the next… Magazin4, Bregenz Kunstverein, DFG-Centre for Advanced Studies Imaginaria of Force, Universität Hamburg) and is doing an artistic PhD at Bauhaus-University Weimar. Since october 2020 she holds a professorship at the Academy of Fine Arts in Munich.
Galerie Jochen Hempel, Leipzig
Biegen und Falten
KunstHaus Potsdam curated by Birgit Möckel
01.11.–13.12.2020. Opening: 01.11.2020, 14–19h ↓GE
Introduction: 01.11.2020, 16h. Dr. Birgit Möckel, Robert Kudielka
Artist Talk: 15.11.2020, 16h
Group Show with Samuel Henne, Schirin Kretschmann, Florian Neufeldt, David Semper, Albert Weis a.o., curated by Dr. Birgit Möckel
She Comes in Colours Everywhere
68projects, Berlin curated by Alexandra Alexopoulou
Exhibition with works by Pierre Descamps, Schirin Kretschmann, Cyrill Lachauer, Gerold Miller, Yorgos Stamkopoulos, Stephanie Stein and Lisa Tiemann on the occasion of Berlin Art Week 2020.
Welt in Teilen
Kunstverein St. Pauli, Hamburg
Artistic perspectives on the potentials of an aimless and dysfunctional urban development. On an area of approx. 5000 square metres, a spatial intervention is being created with the collaboration of 11 artists. The Heiligengeistfeld“ is a large public space in the centre of the Hamburg district of St. Pauli. Three times a year the DOM, the largest Northern German fun fair, takes place there. In between, the area is used for various events from the entertainment sector, but is often transformed into a large construction site to clear explosive ordnance from the Second World War. This results in a unique field of tension between a recreational area with an overabundance of colourful, fast-moving attractions of light entertainment and a working situation in which large heaps of earth and ditches, which are separated from the public but are clearly visible, are created because the past is questioned with diggers and construction machinery. Despite these contrasts, both conditions of the large square illustrate "heaps of time and boredom, abundance and waste" (quote from „Ort des Gegen“, Annette Wehrmann), which we want to address and elaborate. What happens when common processes and planning are being stopped or interrupted. How can improvisation and process gain importance under these circumstances? We are interested to discover some of the potentials of an aimless and dysfunctional urban development.
Drawing Wow 2
Kunstsaele Berlin, Berlin
Group show, curated by Anna Gille, Philip Loersch, Tim Plamper
Gathering the unpredictable
Galleria Mario Iannelli, Rom
Paula Doepfner, Felix Kiessling, Schirin Kretschmann, Simon Mullan, David Prytz, Antoine Renard