Collaboration & Interdisciplinary Projects


Hybrid Works. In recent years, my collaborations with other artists in particular have developed into hybrid and interdisciplinary projects. Because through my life situation and during my art art career I lived and worked until now in different places and countries. Among others, Germany, Ireland, Spain, the Netherlands, Armenia, Lithuania, Argentina, Australia, India, Bangladesh, Pakistan, Myanmar, China, Taiwan, Russia, Mexico, Ghana and Nepal. This type of lifestyle and artistic career ultimately had a great impact on my vision and my concepts as an artist. To be in motion, the curiosity to cross the boundaries, nowhere to feel at home and a certain restlessness became an important source of inspection. By these means my work developed since 2014 a strong interdisciplinary and collaborative approach. The disciplines I work with included, video, photography, performance, installation (land art) and printmaking (linocut & digital).

From the beginning on I tried out to combine all disciplines (with the exception of traditional printmaking) plus collaboration segments in one whole art work or art project.

However in the segments of video and photography, I rather look more for a new way of visual presentation , than the used of ultimate technical software possibilities.

Nowadays my art work addresses a heterogeneous public and often involves collaboration concepts. This in particular when a project takes place at a foreign location. These projects are seeking not only a collaboration with artists from the fields I work in, but also from difference disciplines such as dancers, musicians, theatre groups, poets, pedagogues or students from art and film/ theatre academies. In certain projects an unaware audience became suddenly the collaborator