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Born 1985 in Hamburg, lives and works in Chicago and Berlin

Education
2015 - 2016: Whitney Museum Independent Study Program (Studio), NYC
2013 - 2015: MFA at Columbia University, School of the Arts, NYC
2006 - 2012: Diploma at the Academy of Fine Arts (HFBK), Hamburg

Residencies
2017: Vila Sul, Goethe Institut Salvador, Bahia - Brazil
2017: Denniston Hill, Upstate New York
2016 - 2017: The Studio Museum in Harlem, NYC
2016: Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture, Maine

Solo Exhibitions
2020: (upcoming) 'New Album' at Matthew Marks Gallery, NYC
2019: 'Fake Truth' at Kunstverein Braunschweig, Germany
2018: 'Failure Detection' at MoMA PS1, NYC
2016: 'Impenetrable Entry' at Campoli Presti, London
2013: 'Several Reasons to Migrate' at Hinterconti, Hamburg
2012: Thesis Show 'One.Equal.' at HFBK Hamburg

Selected Group Exhibitions
2020: 'Frank Walter - eine Retrospektive' at MMK Frankfurt
2020: 'Duro Olowu: Seeing Chicago' at the Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago
2020: 'Haptic Feedback' at Galerie Thomas Schulte, Berlin
2019: 'One hundred drawings' at Matthew Marks Gallery, NYC
2019: 'Contemporary Art: Five Propositions' at MFA Boston
2019: 'Feminist Histories: Artists After 2000' at MASP São Paulo
2019: 'i campi magnetici' at Gió Marconi Gallery, Milan
2019: 'Performing Society: The Violence of Gender' at Tai Kwun JC Contemporary, Hong Kong
2018: 'Positioner' at Matthew Marks Gallery, L.A.
2018: 'In The Air' at ma ma Projects, Toronto
2018: 'Sculptures' at Andrew Kreps Gallery, NYC
2018: 'Re: Re: Black Macho. Unleash the Queen' at PPC, Frankfurt
2018: 'We don't need another hero', 10th Berlin Biennale, Berlin
2018: 'Face of Another' at Galleri Susanne Ottesen, Copenhagen
2018: New Museum Triennial 'Songs for Sabotage', NYC
2017: 'We Go As They' Artists in Residence, 3-person exhibition at The Studio Museum in Harlem, NYC
2017: 'Dreamers Awake' at White Cube (Bermondsey), London
2017: 'That I am reading backwards and into for a purpose, to go on:' at The Kitchen, NYC
2016: Whitney ISP show at the Elizabeth Foundation for the Arts, NYC
2016: 'In Place Of' at Miguel Abreu Gallery, NYC
2015: 'A Constellation' at The Studio Museum in Harlem, NYC
2015: MFA Thesis Exhibition at Fisher Landau Center for Art, L.I.C.
2013: 'Erogenous Zone' at Galerie im Körnerpark, Berlin

Other Public Events
2019: "Baisser Mon Froc" - Presentation for 'Dancing Politics, Moving Performance II' at Cité Internationale Universitaire de Paris, presented by University of the Arts, Philadelphia, MFA in Dance, curated by Rizvana Bradley, Yale University
2018: "The Anonymous Body" - Keynote Lecture for Symposium 'Performances of No-thingness', curated by Nana Adusei-Poku as part of 'Colonial Repercussions' at Akademie der Künste Berlin
2018: Open Practice Committee - Guest Lecture at University of Chicago, DoVA
2017: The Studio Museum - Public Programming
2017: The Kitchen L.A.B. Series, NYC 'L.A.B.' series
2016: Participation in Podcast on 'Black Female Subjectivity' with NLS Kingston, Jamaica (part of the series 'IN')
2015: Artist Talk in conjunction w/ Antje Majewski's seminar on Post-Colonialism (Professor at Muthesius Academy of Arts, Kiel) at SAVVY Contemporary, Berlin
2013: 'Feminist Magazines in Conversation' (as part of 'CALL') at Galerie im Körnerpark, Berlin
2013: Panel Discussion 'Welche Sprache sprichst du?' at Badischer Kunstverein, Karlsruhe (as a representative of 'CALL')

Collaborations
2013: 'ƒƒ' - international collaborative of female artists (-> fffffff.org)
2012: 'CALL' - feminist art projects, zine on art and feminism (-> callzine.org)

Teaching
2018: Appointment as Postgraduate Fellow in the Department of Visual Arts (DoVA) at the University of Chicago