I am working towards a curated project at Galerie der Künstler*innen – an exhibition based on the work and life of the late great artist Eva Hesse. I am forever inspired by her and looking forward to this great project with 20 female (and those that identify as female) artists. 

BEYOND THE MATTER – Impressions of Eva Hesse, is an exhibition dedicated to the life and work of the late great artist Eva Hesse. Hesse was a German-born American sculptor known for her pioneering work in materials such as latex, fibreglass, and plastics. She is one of the artists who ushered in the postminimal art movement in the 1960s. The exhibition consists of 20 artists who are inspired by Hesse in their own practise. Whether through her use of materials and forms or simply inspired by the fascinating life she lived each artist has been asked to make work that they feel references Hesse in some way. Tragically she died at the young age of 34. This exhibition is a celebration and a tribute to a wonderful artist that is still inspiring others more than 50 years after her death. 

ARTISTS: Judith Adelmann, Melanie Chacko, Sarah Doerfel, Olga Golos, Mari Iwamoto, Simone Kessler, Katja Köditz, Youlee Ku, Gretta Louw, Elisa Manig, Evelyn Möcking, Felicia Mülbaier, Ursula Oberhauser, Maria Antonio Positano, Kika Rufino, Cordula Schieri, Anne Seiler, Katharina Steinkohl, Sophie Utikal and Neringa Vasiliauskaite


Opening – 25.07.2023 / 18 – 22 Uhr / Eintritt frei
25th July to the 27th August 2023

Galerie der Künstler*innen
Maximilianstraße 42
80538 München

Eva Hesse in 1968 (photo by Herman Landshoff)


Opening next week –
Tuesday 2nd November at 19h, 2022
an exhibition dedicated to the Artists in Residence at LONGEGA, Südtirol, Italy

MaximiliansForum +ö
Unterführung Maximilianstraße – Altstadtring


I will be showing my film ‘eurospar supertip’ which I made in the Dolomites in Longega – hope to see you there! X



This weekend…Our open studios! Come by…

16. September, 18.30 – 22.00 Uhr

17. – 18. September, 14.00 – 20.00 Uhr

Atelierhaus am Domagkpark
Margarete-Schütte-Lihotzky-Straße 30, München




Online now for one week only! (4th until the 10th July 20222)




Schmuck film project online during the summer edition of Munich Jewellery week – June 2022!

Your chance to view all the films from the KunstPavillon exhibition, for a limited time only…
(details of artists in post below)

to be found at from 4.07 – 10.07.2022



MARCH 2022

I am happy to invite you to my recently curated project opening next week!

Nadja – Clementine – APHER® – Katja – Sophia – Yuka – Rebecca – Jing
Kunstpavillon in Alten Botanischen Garten,
Sophienstraße 7A, Munich
Ausstellung: 09.03.2022 – 27.03.2022


Participating artists: Nadja Buttendorf, Clementine Edwards, Angela Geisenhofer (APHER®), Katja Köditz, Sophia Mainka, Yuka Oyama, Rebecca Thomas, Jing He


poster designed by @mollydogson



Open Q Projects – Take Over!
Opening 24th Sep 2021, 18-22 Uhr
25/26 Sep, 14-18 Uhr
St Quirin Platz/München-Giesing



Opening tomorrow – solo show – glass house – view 24/7

‘Human Puppets’
15.11 – 15.12.2020 – (extended until 15.01.2022)
Gartenlaube der Kunst
Am Bogen / Ecke Rathausstr.
85521 Ottobrunn



I am part of this small street installation/group show which is on view for the month of November, 2020



Our studio open days!! 🦑 🦑  
4 – 6. September 2020
Atelierhaus am Domagkpark
Margarete-Schütte-Lihotzky-Straße 30, München

– come on by and check out what I’ve been busying myself with in lockdown!! + lots of music n parties n food n other cool art stuff!!!!


MARCH 2020 

I am curating a group show for this years Schmuckwoche in Munich.

jewellery-not jewellery…with 25 artists.
A multi-disciplinary exhibition that attempts to blur and break down the boundaries between jewellery and art: sculpture, media, painting and performance artists come together to create art pieces with jewellery, art pieces about jewellery and of course jewellery as art pieces. This exhibition opens a broader conversation in regards to how we define jewellery in an art context.

Galerie von Empfangshalle + t156
Theresienstrasse 154 & 156

  ‘Die komische Kette unserer Musiklehrerin’
                          © Kyrill Constantinides Tank                            

Opening 09.03.2020, 19:00.
Performance at 20:00 by Kyrill Constantinides Tank, followed by DJ Diamond Dust playing some schmuck tunes for your bedazzled ears.

10. until 15. from 10:00 – 18:00 daily

14.03, 10:00 – 18:00 ‘Skin Job’ All day performance by Max Weisthoff.


exciting!!!! 💎💎💎



I am taking part in a group show titled ‘Spätgaben 2.0 + Catalogue Release’

at Galerie von Empfangshalle, Munich.
(Theresienstrasse 154)
Opening night is this Thursday 5th December – 19:00 Uhr
Show runs until 19th January 2020. See you there!! 



Opening November 22nd, 2019
(running until 22.12.19) Galerie Kunstreich,
Schützenstraße 7, Kempten
I will be showing my collaborative art piece ‘up-close-dining’ as part of Thomas Silberhorn’s exhibition
’14 Neue Ideen für ein erfolgreiches Kempten’ at the Kunstreich Gallery in Kempten, Germany.



Opening event on the 20th!! –  ‘New Kids on the Block’ exhibition.
Halle 50, Domagk Ateliers, Munich.

I am currently in the throes of curating a show as part of our studio open days, aptly titled ‘New Kids on the Block.’ This exhibition celebrates the welcoming of the new artists to the Domagk Atelier Studios.

20. – 29. SEPTEMBER 2019

more info and event here



End of August 2019
Artist-in-Residence – LONGEGA Project, International Artist House.
I will be spending 10 days in this idyllic location in Longega, South Tyrol in Italy,
as an Artist-in-Residence! This amazing village, close to the Dolomites (mountain range) is full of inspiration and adventure.

‘The program invites selected artists from around the world
to come and work in the 32m²  space for a period of 2-4 weeks,
with 24 hour studio access.’


APRIL 2019

Opening 26 April, 2019
‘if i were you what would you do’
Exhibition by Katie Jayne Britchford and Thomas Silberhorn
Opening 26 April at 19 Uhr
27 – 28 April 12-19 Uhr
Galerie 21___Vorwerk-Stift, Hamburg, Germany



4 December 2018 until the 23 February 2019
I am participating alongside other invited artists in conjunction
with the solo exhibition of SANDRA HAUSER / SCHWEINESTALL at
Galerie Sandra Bürgel in Berlin, Germany



Opening the 13 September 2018
‘What’s love got to do with it!’ is an exhibition of artist couples.
By placing works parallel can one see a connection between two people?
Each artist works independently, however we ask the question
or rather pose the question, has love got anything to do with it!?

Curated by myself, this group exhibition will be shown at a
temporary off-space near the entrance of the Münchner Freiheit Bahnhof.