(b. 1982, Germany)
Annina Roescheisen is an internationally-acclaimed multidisciplinary artist who works in the realms of video, painting, photography, drawing, sculpture, performance art, and documentary. Underlying concepts such as iconography, poetry, literature, Medieval art, German Romanticism, Gothic architecture, the fairytale, the inspection of dream and reality, and the visible and invisible worlds holds form the basis of her art.
Above all, she deals with the observation, reflection and investigation of humans and their emotions. She was showcased in the 56th Venice Biennale. Since 2012, Roescheisen has performed in Xavier Veilhan’s Systema Occam, shown at such institutions as the MAMO (Le Corbusier’s Unité d’Habitation in Marseille), the Delacroix Museum and the Hermès Foundation in Paris, or the French Alliance Institute in New York.
Roescheisen is also known for her involvement in philanthropic engagements in the areas of sustainability, social welfare, and human rights.