Anita Ackermann[DE]

Anita Ackermann holds two degrees from the University of the Arts in Berlin, and nurtures a special interest the perception and distortion of light and sound. Ackermann’s materials often include mirrors and other surfaces or tools that refract or bend light. She has been designing perceptually obscure installations and sculptures in Berlin, over the last several years.

Born 1984, the German­-Romanian artist mainly works in the field of sculpture and installation art in order to research three-dimensionality as well as light as a medium, in order to explore different ways to perceive time and space. Her interest lies in transforming space through minimal changes and evoking a change in perception. Ackermann also often focuses on the viewer’s experience by actively incorporating the audience into her work.

CTM 2015 Exhibition Opening

Kunstraum, Fri 23.01.2015, 19:00

Works by Anita Ackermann, Anke Eckardt, Claire Tolan, Derek Holzer, Emptyset, Graw Böckler, Konrad Smoleński, Matthijs Munnik, Mario de Vega, Nik Nowak, Zimoun, Zorka Wollny