Susanne Wiegner

<p>Susanne Wiegner (b. 1961 in Kempten, Germany) studied architecture at the Academy of Fine Arts in Munich and at the Pratt Institute in New York City as a DAAD scholar. She works as a 3D-artist in Munich, Germany. For several years she has been creating 3D computer animations dealing with literature and with virtual space. Venues where her work have been shown include group exhibitions at the Pinakothek der Moderne in Munich, the ZKM in Karlsruhe, the Art + Technology Center EYEBEAM in New York City, FACT in Liverpool, FILE in Sao Paulo, Torrance Art Museum in Los Angeles, WRO Biennale in Wroclaw, National Gallery of Art in Vilnius, re-new, digital art festival in Copenhagen, National Taiwan Museum of Fine Arts, Taipei, Les Rencontres Internationales in Paris, Schusev State Museum of Architecture, Moscow, El Paso Museum of Art, Texas, National Museum of Contemporary Art, Athens and festivals in Marseille, Rotterdam, Berlin, Lisbon, Toulouse, New Delhi, Damascus, Beirut, Vienna, Tokyo, Buenos Aires, Macau, London, Montreal, Tel Aviv, Barcelona, Amsterdam etc.<br> <br>In 2011 her film "just midnight" was the winner of the festival award "la parola immaginata" in Bergamo, Italy and in 2012 her film "at the museum" won the Ballon-Prize at crosstalk VideoArtFestival 2012, Budapest, Hungary. In 2014, her film “Love in the Age of the EU” was selected as one the best three films of ZEBRA Poem 2014, Berlin. In 2015 her film “the light – the shade” was the winner of the international competition at CYCLOP, Videopoetry Festival, Kiev, Ukraine.<br> <br>Curated by Zata Banks for Daata</p>