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Isabella Gresser

Isabella Gresser is a visual artist living in Berlin. In addition to studies at the University of Fine Arts in Braunschweig with Marina Abramovic, she has studied at the Berlin University of the Arts (UdK) as part of the Free Class. Her multilayered videos—in which distinctions between analog and digital technologies are foregrounded—encompass found-footage, drawings and photographs combined with literature. Main subjects in recent years have been Western and Eastern cultures, as well as sociology and philosophy referring to global tiredness and "Fatigue societies". She has been awarded residencies in Asian countries and her videos have screened at many international art and film festivals (Open Cinema Festival Russia, EMAF European Media Art Festival Osnabrück, 65. Berlinale, Wexner Art Center USA, Athens Digital Film Festival, Fonland Digital Art Festival,Video Art Festival Miden, 18 Lima Film Festival, Video Bardo Argentina, Oslo Screen Festival, Facade Video Art Festival, Simultan Video Art Festival and Cairo Video Festival, among others).

Update: 7 January 2015


Has participated in

Individual and Community

Premiere of the documentary film «Fatigue Society - Byung-Chul Han in Seoul / Berlin» and debate