Annika Hippler

ARTIST’S STATEMENT

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Ingo Gerken
Raimund Zakowski
Johannes Vogt
Photos: Kuno Seltmann, Ingo Gerken, Raimund Zakowski, Johannes Vogt.

ARTISTIC APPROACH
In her light installations, Annika Hippler displays light as an ephemeral material as well as a tool for drawing, painting, sculpturing and creating site-specific artworks. Meticulously combining lasers with water and other mediums, subtle coupling and resonances are developed through reverberations, unveiling matter in its purest form, giving shapes and colours a natural poetry. In her luminograms, Annika Hippler records the impact of light on canvas.

SELECTED EXHIBITIONS

2016 | INTERFERENCE | Tunis (tn)
2016 | Rudolf-Scharpf-Galerie, Wilhelm-Hack Museum | Ludwigshafen (de)
2014 | Insanitus Festival | Vilnius (lt)
2013 | Zverev Center of Contemporary Art | Moscow (ru)
2011 | Center for Arts and Media Technologies (ZKM) | Karlsruhe (de)
2010 | Hannover Art Association | Hannover (de)
2006 | Himalaya Arts Museum | Shanghai (cn)
2004 | Musée d’art contemporain | Geneva (ch)

DEVELOPMENT
Since 2003 | Regular exhibition activities, mainly in Europe
2000 – 2007 | Studies in Fine Arts | University of Fine Arts | Braunschweig (de)
1998 – 2000 | Studies in Fine Arts | University of Fine Arts | Berlin (de)
1978 | Born | Berlin (de)

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LINKS

Annika Hippler | Web
Annika Hippler | Vimeo

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