Present and Upcoming Exhibitions and Events:

ARTCaffè Zoom Talk with Tracey Snelling
Seoul, Korea
Links to talk and Q&A:

Ludwig Museum
Budapest, Hungary
Smaller Worlds: Diorama in Contemporary Art
October 14, 2022 - January 15, 2023…

Other Places
Kino International, Berlin, Germany
Opening Event – Wednesday 4 January 2023
Artists include: Amir Fattal, Constantin Hartenstein, Tracey Snelling, Christopher Winter, and Ruprecht von Kaufmann

Tokyo Arts and Space Project, Hongo
Tell Me You Love Me
solo presentation
Tokyo, Japan
Summer, 2023

Haus am Lützowplatz
How We Live
solo exhibition
Berlin, Germany
November 2023 - February 2024

Pulpo Gallery
collaborative exhibition with Roger Ballen
curated by Alexander Timtschenko and Helga Krutzler
Bergson Kunstkraftwerk
Munich, Germany
May 2024

I was recently awarded the
2022 Arbeitsstipendien
Stiftung Kunstfonds, Bonn, Germany…

Artist Statement
Through the use of sculpture, photography, video, and installation, I give my impression of a place, its people and a locale. Often, the cinematic image stands in for real life as it plays out behind windows in the buildings, sometimes creating a sense of mystery, other times stressing the mundane. My work derives from sociology, voyeurism, and geographical and architectural location.

My core skill as an artist is to capture the essence of time and place, engaging with my surroundings and merging its residents, localities and atmospheric peculiarities into my work. By exploring my immediate environment, studying every detail and extracting specific highlights, I transform the information into artworks, best described as 3-D non-linear sculptural films. Combining sculpture, video, light, sound, and sometimes even water and smell, they capture places and people at a specific time in history.

Recent Press
Ever Emerging Mag, Berlin Edition, 2022
Museum of Now
Sofia Art Projects Vol. 1. Intimacy and spectacle in the age of social media:
Foundwork Art Prize:
Foundwork Interview with Alina Cohen
Art News
Venice Beinnale with Swatch:
Marie Claire
Die Welt
Elephant Art
High Snobiety
Vanity Fair
Luuk Magazine
Havana Biennale:
Art Nexus