Artist Talk mit Ina Geißler

In the organizer's words:

artothek berlin and artspring berlin cordially invite you:

Artists of the artothek berlin as guests at the Kurt-Tucholsky-Stadtbibliothek

Talk with Ina Geißler

Moderation: Marc Gröszer and Jan Gottschalk

Ina Geißler was born in Hamburg in 1970 and lives and works in Berlin. From 1992 to 1998 she studied free painting at the UdK Berlin and has since worked with painting, cut-outs and realized art in public space, including the permanent sound installation "Unterton" on the Südplatz of the Martin-Gropius-Bau, Berlin.
She has received numerous grants and awards for her exhibitions in Berlin, London and New York, among others, such as the "Villa Serpentara" residency grant from the Berlin Academy of Arts in Olevano, Italy, the "Citè Internationale des Arts" in Paris from the Berlin Senate for Science, Research and Culture and the "Kim Wan Ki International Art Residency" in South Korea.

In her art, Ina Geißler engages in intensive "interior work" by exploring the complexity of human emotions. She uses various techniques to express interpersonal themes: What do visibility, authenticity and identity mean?

In her large-scale paintings and installations, she explores emotional ruptures through depictions of broken facades, portable "body fences" and transparent grid structures from which texts emerge spatially. In her most recent phase of work, she accompanies her own texts with animal portraits in order to make their emotional content visible.

An event organized by artothek berlin and artspring berlin in cooperation with the Kurt-Tucholsky-Stadtbibliothek.

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Kurt-Tucholsky-Bibliothek Esmarchstraße 18 10407 Berlin

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