CV

 

Born 1983 in Hamburg, Germany
Lives and works in Columbia, Missouri (USA)
 
Education
2014
  Master of Arts, Art Therapy, Weissensee School of Art, Berlin
2010
  Master’s Degree in Fine Art (Meisterschüler), University of the Arts, Berlin
2009   Bachelor’s Degree in Fine Art (Absolvent), University of the Arts, Berlin
2008   Environmental Art, Undergraduate Course, Glasgow School of Art
     
Two-Person Exhibitions
2016   Mutterboden, Sarah Arriagada and Silvia von Pock, curated by Sarah Arriagada, The Stone Space, London
2009   Regards croisés sur la jeune création Franco-Allemande, Sarah Arriagada and Matthieu Dibelius, Goethe Institute and Théâtre des Asphodéles, Lyon
     
Selected Group Exhibitions
2020   Glow, curated by Leiko Ikemura, Kunsthalle Trier, Trier (forthcoming)
    Painting at Night, curated by Allison Reimus, Fort Houston, Nashville (TN) 
2019   Crocodile Tears, curated by Kate Mothes, Morgan Fine Arts and Film Center, Brooklyn (NY)
2018   Restraint & Limitation, curated by Matt Ballou, Elder Gallery, Nebraska Wesleyen University, Lincoln (NB)
2017   Wish you were here, curated by Sarah Arriagada, Raum Linksrechts, Hamburg
2016   30° Celsius, curated by Bruce Stinson, ASC Gallery, London
2015   Space Between, The Stone Space, London
    ZAP Summer Exhibition, Bond House Gallery, London
    AUA – Auf und Ab (im Kunstmarkt), Westwerk, Hamburg
    Open CueB 2015, CueB gallery, London
2014   Sublime, Kunsthalle am Hamburger Platz, Berlin
2010   This Is Red, curated by Leiko Ikemura, Halle Zehn, Cologne
2009   SWAN Day (Support Women Artists Now), Berlin
     
Residency
2012   Bow Arts Trust, Work-Live-Scheme in Balfron Tower, London
     
Awards
2017   One-to-one Mentoring Sessions, a-n The Artists Information Company, Newcastle and London
2009   Grant for the painting class of Hiroko Nakajima at PENTIMENT Summer Academy, Hamburg
     
Teaching Experience
2012-2017
  German School Association, London. Art Teacher for the grades 5 to 10; Courses taught: Color theory, painting, sculpture and object making (clay, papier-mache, plaster, assemblages), visual story telling (drawing, photography), drawing (still life, portrait, the human figure), color perspective, linear perspectives, printing (screenprinting, monotype/monoprint, frottage, decalcomanie; relief printing: linocut; intaglio printing: etching), graphic design, architecture, and art history.
2008-2009   University of the Arts Berlin. Student Assistant of Prof. Leiko Ikemura. Responsibilities: Contact person for external and internal enquiries, organization and facilitation of critiques and other meetings.
2006-2009   University of the Arts Berlin. Student Assistant of Prof. Dr. Robert Kudielka. Responsibilities: Making and showing of the slides for Prof. Dr. Robert Kudielka’s art historical and philosophical lectures.