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Installation Art: 48 mal warten // Berlin
Installation art for two former control posts, at two subway stations in Berlin for the 48H art yearly festival. Exhibition realized through the festival’s Signal Funding.

Teaching (EN): Art and Train // Berlin
Upcoming practice class transforming train journeys into art, with interdisciplinary students and art practitioners working in the railway context, at University of Arts in Berlin, 2024. More info here.

Exhibition: Closed Drawers // New York City
A video installation spanning four floors, created site-specifically for the Avery Building of Columbia University invites viewers on a journey of exploration and introspection. More info here.

Fulbright Grant: Along the Lines in NYC
Chapter of Along the Lines at Columbia University in New York City, with art work and art research of the potentials of NYC railway infrastructure, 2024. What can New York learn from Along the Lines in Berlin? What can Berlin learn from art projects in the railway context in NYC? More info here.

Teaching (EN): Reclaiming Spaces Along Railway Tracks
A lecture exploring the artistic potential within the railway systems of major urban centers like Berlin and New York, aiming to enrich everyday commuting experiences, at Columbia University. More info here.

Exhibition: Connecting Lights
Winner of the art competition for a light exhibition along the Spree. The visionary of this competition is Industriesalon, Berlin-Schöneweide. More info here.

Exhibition: In∙ner Transit // New York City
On a quest to reimagine the everyday experience of commuting, this installation is a poetic invitation to get on trains of thought, through video, text and participatory art. More info here.

90 Seconds Pitch: Along the Lines
Short presentation of the art initiative and art research Along the Lines at Bauhaus University Weimar. Here you can see the 90″

Panel Discussion (EN): Art Tracks
This panel discussion at the Goethe Institute New York will focus on new formats of art in train stations and along railroad tracks and explore emerging opportunities for independent artists. More info here.

Participatory art: Invisible Strings
Art experiences designed for and with the participants of a workshop on experience design at Kaos Pilot (DK) and other networkings events in Berlin. The participants were invited to create, connect and have tangible conversations. 2023. More info here.

Conference (EN): Technology and Mobility 
Presentation at the 23rd Biennial interdisciplinary conference of the Society for Philosophy and Technology, with a paper on the artistic potential of the railway context and train passengers as an art audience, Tokyo, JP, 2023. More info here.

Exhibition: Rabbits and Rails
Group exhibition, with video and sound works about the Ring Bahn from Berlin, at Halles Saint Géry, Brussels (BE), Estoanian Road Museum, Varbuse (EST), Museo di Geografia, Padova (IT), Verkehrszentrum Deutsches Museum, Munich (DE), 2022-3. More info here.