Residence 2022

In May 2022, the three-year, Franco-German exchange project ‘Residence Line – Body and Landscape’ with the French artist Muriel Valat-B will continue in Berlin. In winter 2021, I was an artist in residence of Calce Culture Contemporaine in Planèzes, southern France, for four weeks as part of this project and worked on the theme of body and landscape and the strong and idiosyncratic wind in the region. In addition to the work residencies, ‘Residence Linie’ is linked to exhibitions in France and Germany in 2023.
The video for ‘Residence Linie’ 2021 can be seen here

‘Über die Zeichnung hinaus‘

Group exhibition at ZAK (Centre for Contemporary Art), Zitadelle Spandau, Berlin.
With 40 Berlin draughtsmen and women, curated by Matthias Beckmann and Katja Pudor
07.05. – 21.08.2022

Anonyme Zeichner 2022

Group exhibition at Galerie im Körnerpark, Berlin
Opening on Saturday, 18 June 2022

‘Hidden Landscapes – Schichten des Anthropozän’ 

Group exhibition at DA, Kunsthaus Kloster Gravenhors, Hörstel.
Opening on Friday, 24 June 2022

Current grants 2021/22

I am very pleased to receive the working grant from the Kunstfonds Bonn (Neustart Kultur) as well as the presentation funding 2022 from the Senate Department for Culture and Europe, Berlin and the publication funding 2022 from the Kunstfonds Bonn. My new publication will be released at the end of 2022.

onetoone – art at the Røyal Bakery

New exhibition in my exhibition and mediation project einszueins (19) ‘Viva Maria’ by Franz John from 14 May to 13 August 2022. more

Artist Collective msk7

Our project ‘RESIDENZPFLICHT’ continues into the second round in 2022. more

New Edition

For many years, I have been producing a text piece in my series ‘Texts for Use’, sent to a small circle of people for my New Year’s greetings. These cards are now available for sale as an edition. Each card has a special stamp, is unique, and protected in a transparent sleeve.

Text for Use (21), c. 10 x 20 cm, stamp print on passe-partout cardboard, unlimited edition, 2021
Text for Use (13), c. 10 x 20 cm, stamp print on passe-partout cardboard, unlimited edition, 2013

20 euro incl. 7% VAT and P&P within Europe
New Years’ Offer: both cards to one address for 35 euro
For orders, please send an email to

COURAGE POEM, Edition, 2001/2021

This year, not knowing what is coming remains a challenge. I have therefore reissued my ‘courage poem’ piece from the series ‘texts for use’. 

DIN A5, with binder clip, nail, and pin in sleeve, unlimited edition. 25 euro incl. 7% VAT and P&P within Europe. If interested, please send an email to

Artist Statement

I am fascinated by geological processes and how little we perceive the earth movements in which we are unavoidably implicated.

My research involves tracing this activity.

I want to understand the interaction of time and space:
the activity as a whole, how it comes about, and me in my human measure.

My artistic approach is process oriented.
It combines drawing, sculpture, installation, and performance.

My practical work is accompanied by theoretical discourse.
Artistic expeditions and fieldwork represent a significant part of my work process.



Many of my works have been created in fieldwork in recent years. In this blog you can find impressions from working residencies in the Icelandic East Fjords and on the Reykjanes Peninsula, in the Spanish High Pyrenees and in Northern Norway as well as topics related to these stays.


In my project onetoone – Art at the Røyal Bakery, I present and mediate contemporary art within the context of everyday life in Berlin. Three times a year, I invite artists to create a wall piece at the Røyal Bakery. During the exhibition, the artists barter their work for a daily supply of bread.

artists group msk7

msk7 is a working group that has been realizing temporary events in public space since 2004. The group takes concrete situations and questions as an occasion for an open working process and acts on site in the field of tension between historical and contemporary references.

msk7 are Mona Babl, Kati Gausmann, Ricarda Mieth and Anja Sonnenburg.