· Biography
Born and educated in Heidelberg; university studies at the Akademie der Bildenden Künste (Academy of Fine Arts) in Munich and the Hochschule für Bildende Künste (University of the Arts; class: Fred Thieler) in Berlin; subsequently university studies in art history, philosophy and psychology at the University of Bochum (PhD; thesis on problems central to the reception of art; supervisor: Max Imdahl); then again active as an artist.

Residencies in Japan, France and Italy; production of Material Pictures; performances in Ireland; study of the aesthetics of the microchip.

Lecturer at Berlin-Kolleg; teaching assistant at the Hochschule für Bildende Künste (University of the Arts) in Berlin; lecturer in art theory at Humboldt University in Berlin; tutor for painting and collage at the Salzburg International Summer Academy of Fine Arts (Atelier del Sur).

Since 1984 numerous invited lectures on art and performances, e.g. at the Museum of Modern Art in Bochum, the Academy of the Arts in Berlin, the Art Space Castle Buchberg in Austria and the Universities of Gießen and Graz.

Since 1985 various solo and group exhibitions in Germany and abroad, e.g. in Berlin, Munich, Vienna, New York and Yokohama.

Since 1992 active as an independent artist; start of the production of Spatial Pictures.

Since 1996 Professor for Fine Art at University of Hanover.