2014 Master of Arts with Florian Slotawa, Art Academy Kassel

2009 - 2013 Visual Arts with Dorothee v. Windheim, Florian Slotawa, Mathilde t. Heijne, Christian Philipp Müller, Art Academy Kassel

2004 - 2011 First Degree Examination for the subjects of art and italian language at the University Kassel




2017 Künstlerförderpreis der Stadt Friedrichshafen, award 

2016 - 2018 Georg-Meistermann-Stipendium, graduation grant 

2009 - 2014 Künstlerförderung Cusanuswerk, scholarship

2009 KiSS - Stipendium, project grant 


Residency Grants

2016 Nida Art Colony, Lithuania 

2014 Künstlerstipendium Willingshausen, Germany

2014 Kunsthof Dahrenstedt, Germany

2011 Skaftfell Center for Visual Art, Seydisfjördur, Iceland 



2015  Das Meer hat viele Ufer, Artist Book, Edition of 500

2010  Und wie sieht dein Happy End aus, Artist Book, Edition of 100  


Selected Exhibitions


andere situation, Museum für Photographie Braunschweig

strange attractor, Galerie 21, Hamburg (solo) 


It´s more like an elevator, Werkschau Halle 12, Spinnerei Leipzig 

20 Jahre Künstlerstipendium, Kunsthalle Willingshausen

Im Schatten des Kilimandscharo, Brüderkirche Kassel (solo) 


Warte für Kunst, Kassel

P/ART 2015, Producers Art Fair, Hamburg

Kunstgenerator, Städtische Galerie im Park, Viersen


Das Meer hat viele Ufer, Kunsthalle Willingshausen (solo)

Feucht durchgewischt, Burg Dringenberg, Bad Driburg


AutoKino, Underground Parking Friedrichsplatz, Kassel (solo)

Site-adapted Installation for the building inspection office, town-hall Kassel

Eine Skulptur für Langsdorf, Hess. Ministerium für Wissenschaft und Kunst Wiesbaden


Rapid Rabbit, Künstlerhaus Frise, Hamburg

Dream the world awake,  Skaftfell Center for Visual Art, Iceland (open studio)

The final countdown, Month of Performance Art, Berlin


Performance on Demand, Kasseler Kunstverein

Auswahlausstellung, Kunstverein Harburger Bahnhof, Hamburg-Harburg

Und wie sieht dein Happy End aus, Altes Zollamt Kassel (solo)


Schnitt/Menge, Kunstverein Weiden


Plattform 5, Kunstverein Hannover

Artist Statement 



My artistic work is a playful and poetic investigation into the relation between sign, image and idea, and into the fundamental question of the nature of images and how an image comes into being. I examine existing things and conventions, connotations and functions for their potential meanings, their aesthetic appearances and their cultural attributions. This is to explore hidden connections between things within different contexts and constellations, as well as our relation to them.

In doing so I use different media – drawing, photography, video, sculpture, performance – that I arrange into site-adapted installations by means of montage and collage.

The unfolding shifts of meaning can be perceived as a variable and complex structure and as a sum of their specific combination. 

My work is in constant flux and gets its life from its immediacy and its openness towards the perception of the viewers.