Video Performances

In Basel 2020 the artist enters an online viewing room and interacts with it, questioning and finally discarding the capability of the digital to represent analog art.

Basel 2020, (Video Still), 2020, 00:52 min.

In Godot 2020 the artist wears the stage outfit of her last concert in 2020, enters a room and sits down in front of a locked door.

Godot 2020, (Video Still), 2020, 02:46 min.

In Die Idiotin the artist puts on her own and other people’s piled up clothes until there is no piece left, sits down and then leaves the room.

Die Idiotin, (Video Still), 2020, 04:21 min.

In Blackout 2020 the artist builds a wall out of every-day black items until the whole camera room is black.

Blackout 2020, (Video Still), 2020, 04:07 min.

In Nein the artist says “no” every time she is getting bombarded by a black object.

Nein, (Video Still), 2020, 02:02 min.

Funded by the Berlin Senate Department for Culture and Europe

In Hey Siri, can we talk? the artist interviews Apple’s artificial intelligence assistant Siri. During the interview, the Western programming of Siri and its limits of communication become obvious.

Hey Siri, can we talk?, (Video Still), 2021, 04:09 min.

Funded by the Berlin Senate Department for Culture and Europe

In Schwedische Gardinen 2021 the artist lets prison bars appear in the Swedish landscape. The title (trans. Swedish Curtains) is a German idiom for prison bars.

Schwedische Gardinen 2021, (Video Still), 2021, 01:01 min.

Funded by the Berlin Senate Department for Culture and Europe

In Up & Down 2022 the artist tunes the strings of a guitar up and down while picking them.

Up & Down 2022, (Video Still), 2022, 01:34 min.

In Self & Selfiebility the artist looks at herself through her smartphone camera, holding the pose of Caravaggio’s Narcissus.

Self & Selfiebility, (Video Still), 2022, 01:07 min.