Yana Zschiedrich, born 1987 in Ludwigshafen am Rhein, lives and works in Leipzig. In her work, she builds virtual and physical spaces of an
existential nature. She is particularly interested in the psychology of places and how to make them visible and experienceable. Examples of
her work include material normally used in architecture such as 
concrete, steel, glass and wood. As a result, she creates work that reminds us of forgotten places.

 

since 2015       HGB Leipzig, Academy of Fine Arts, Joachim Blank

2014 – 2015     AIT – Stipendium, Sto – Stiftung

2010 – 2015     B.A. in Interior Architecture, Burg Giebichenstein Kunsthochschule Halle

 

 

 

 

 

Zeitkapsel I, Zementmörtel & Acrylglas, 88 x 50 cm, Rundgang HGB 2017

 

Mimikry, Holz, Mdf, Lack, 2012

Weitermachen!, M1/25 Mdf, Kapa, Acrylglas 2013

 

Archive of No Tomorrow. I am the collector of my repressed memento, Exhibition C.A.R. 2016, Zollverein Essen