Spiel Zeug


Warm invitation to my first show with GEDOK!

GEDOK is the Association of Communities of Women Artists and Art Patrons, Europe’s oldest and largest network for women artists, founded in 1926 by Ida Dehmel.

I am proud to finally be part of it!

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Opening: Fri 14.06.2024, 18h

Exhibition: 14.06 – 14.07.2024

StĂ€dtische Galerie im FĂŒrstengang
Amalienstraße, Neuburg an der Donau

Finissage: Failing System: The End of Patriarchy?


Finissage der Ausstellung „Failing System: The End of Patriarchy?“

Sa., 8. Juni 2024, 18 Uhr

Zur feierlichen Finissage der Ausstellung „Failing System: The End of Patriarchy?“ laden wir alle Interessierten ganz herzlich zu einem besonderen Programm ein, welches das Thema des Feminismus und die Abschaffung des Patriarchats sowohl durch die Kunst als auch wissenschaftlich praktisch aufgreift und angeht.

Wir freuen uns zu Beginn des Abends auf Sandra Bejaranos Performance „Conquer the Moon“, die das menschliche Eingreifen in den weiblichen Körper zu Reproduktionszwecken aufgreift und weitreichend hinterfragt.

Im Anschluss wird der Aktivist und GrĂŒnder des „Instituts fĂŒr kritische MĂ€nnerforschung“ Christoph May auf drei Themenschwerpunkte eingehen: MĂ€nnerbĂŒnde, MĂ€nnerphantasien und Kritische MĂ€nnlichkeit.

In einem Impulsvortrag soll die institutionelle und strukturelle Gewalt von MĂ€nnerbĂŒnden als auch die falschen Mythen von MĂ€nnerbildern und mĂ€nnlichen ErzĂ€hlungen seziert und ein Bewusstsein fĂŒr deren OmniprĂ€senz in sĂ€mtlichen Lebensbereichen geschaffen werden. In einer offenen Fragerunde schaffen wir neue Phantasien, neue Rollenbilder und diverse DrehbĂŒcher fĂŒr eine feministisch gedachte Zukunft.


Der Frauenchor “The Witches of Westend (Female Indie Choir)” wurde 2013 in MĂŒnchen von Pola Dobler gegrĂŒndet und versteht sich als feministisch denkender Chor mit aktivistischen Ambitionen. Das Repertoire reicht von politisch/rebellischen Botschaften, ĂŒber Sixties und Indiesongs bis hin zu mystischen, textlosen Klangteppichen. Alle StĂŒcke sind eigens arrangiert und teils selbst komponiert und getextet. Die Witches treten regelmĂ€ĂŸig mit anderen Musiker*innen und KĂŒnstler*innen in Interaktion und setzen sich fĂŒr Vernetzung und Female Empowerment in der Kulturszene MĂŒnchens und darĂŒber hinaus ein. Am 8. Juni kommen sechs Witches of Westend nach Augsburg und besingen zur Finissage das Ende des Patriarchats. 


KĂŒnstler*innen und die Kurator*innen sind anwesend.

-> Kunstverein Augsburg, Vorderer Lech 20, 86150 Augsburg

Failing System: The End of Patriarchy?


Opening of the exhibition
with performances by Milena Wojhan and Sandra Bejarano
on Saturday, April 13, 6 pm
We cordially invite you and your friends.

Artist Tour
on Wednesday, May 1, 6 pm

The exhibition “Failing System – The End of Patriarchy?” at Kunstverein Augsburg draws attention to the interrelationships between feminism and the patriarchal power structures that still exist globally today.

Ten participating artists from different countries question this system and formulate a multi-layered critique in their contributions:

Sandra Singh, Marina Marković, Sandra Bejarano and Pierre-Yves Delannoy address society’s demands on one’s own body. They work out the supposed value that a person only seems to receive through reproduction. Together, they deconstruct this biopolitical misconception and stir up a socio-political can of worms in the process.

Sophia SĂŒĂŸmilch, Milena Wojhan, Verena Seibt and Thomas Splett make the leap from humans to animals, which stand as mystical figures, intermediate beings and symbols for new forms of life. The animal seems to have understood something that humans do not. In this way, it creates a vision of a possible feminist future.

Zama Cebsile Mwandla and Rosanna Graf work their way deep into a female rage that feeds on trauma and powerlessness. They brutally tear open old wounds in order to display them openly, free of taboos.

The artists approach the boundaries of patriarchal social norms and role expectations from different angles – sometimes in a distanced analytical manner, sometimes very personally. And they show ways to break through them. Will they succeed in raising our awareness of social inequalities and the need for a fairer future? We would all hope so.

curated by
Janina Totzauer, Radmila Krstajić, Magdalena Jooss and Sophie-Charlotte Bombeck

Funded by:
Bavarian State Ministry of Science and the Arts
City of Augsburg

Kunstverein Augsburg
Holbeinhaus, Vorderer Lech 20

Förderpreise / Sponsorship awards

flyer to the sponsorship awards of the city of munich

I am more than happy to invite you all the the “Förderpreise der Stadt MĂŒnchen 2024”.
Every artist is nominated for her/his complete ƒuvre and I am showing a new version of my video installations “Whac-a-human” and “Shoot-the-guts”!

Opening: Fri 15 March 2024, 7 p.m.
Speaker: Councillor David SĂŒĂŸ, representing the Lord Mayor
City Director Marek Wiechers, Department of Culture

Award show: Tue 4 May 2024, 7 p.m.
Speaker: City Councillor Prof. Dr Jörg Hoffmann, representing the Lord Mayor
Presentation of the certificate by Head of Cultural Affairs Anton Biebl

At Rathausgalerie Munich!

See you there!

Shapes of Shelter


So happy to invite you to our exhibition

at the Project Room Windhoek

The lovely Maria Mbereshu and I will be presenting an extraordinary collaborative art piece. A exhibition about safe spaces between Namibia and Germany.

Opening: 29th Nov, 18h

Intimate carpet with talks by Hermien Elago, Adriano Visagie and Natache IIlonga.
And a special treatie: the short movie “Scarlet Ribbon” by Naomi Beukes.
6th Dec, 18h

Come over! Have a glass of wine with us!
Celebrate this wonderful project that after one year of planning and organising finally is about to happen!

Kunst Kioske


Warmhearted invitation to a very special project that goes beyond institutional exhibition making.

Sebastian Quast and I were collaborating over the last months to create a new site-specific video piece for an abandoned little subway shop. Come and see the result:

Opening: Wed 8th Nov 2023, 18-20h
Visible during subway operational hours: 8.11. – 15.12.2023

Über die Textilie hinaus


Proud to be able to invite you to “Über die Textilie hinaus Vol. 2” ( Beyond the textile)

Maybe for the first time ever I exhibit purely non-video works.
I will show my little “Isles of Exile” – tiny wall hanging tents that are offering you
a way of escapism and shelter.

Opening: Fri 6th Oct, 18-22h
Introduction by Nikolai Vogel
Finissage with coffee and cake: Sun 15th Oct, 14-18h
at Galerie FOE

Thank you for the kind invitation Stefan Wischnewski

“zuwege” exhibition


I happily invite you to our group exhibition “zuwege” in an old farm house “Zahn am Bach” at the lake Chiem (Chiemsee). You will find art in every little corner of the very special building – cows denn, milk room, “Stubn” …

Opening: Fri 15th Sept, 16h – open end
Exhibition: 16th-28th Sept

Albert Bauer – Hannes Borgmeier – Pierre-Yves Delannoy – Heidi Frank – Stefan Holzmair – Anita Kofler – Nicola Kötterl – Rosanna Marie Pondorf – Peter Rappl – RenĂ© Stiegler – Janina Totzauer – Pauline Weertz – Maxine Weiß

Hochriesstr. 53, Prien am Chiemsee