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Lena Müller 1983  Born in Nuremberg Germany 2002-2005  Studies at Julius-Maximilians Universität Würzburg 2005-2010 Studies at Academy of Fine Arts Nuremberg in class of professor Rolf-Gunter Dienst and professor Heike Baranowsky Certificate: 1. Staatsexamen 2010 Beginning of internship (teaching post / grammar school / art) 2012      2. Staatsexamen Lives and works near Nuremberg, Germany Group exhibition / Publications 2019 Publication: la joie douce Publication: memo 2018 Publication: THE POOL Publication: weissesrauschen Publication: Arvenart 2017 Publication: "City like you" Group exhibition "Offen auf AEG” 23.09.2017 - 24.09.2017, Nuremberg Publication: Online magazine "THE WHY NOT" Publication: Online magazine "Kunstnürnberg" 2016 Group exhibition "Offen auf AEG” 10.09.2016 - 11.09.2016, Nuremberg Group exhibition "Offen auf AEG - Frühlingsrundgang", Nuremberg 2015 Group exhibition: ANONYME ZEICHNER 2015 Kunstverein Tiergarten Galerie Nord | Berlin Galerie ARTQ13 | Rom Galerie GEYSO20 | Braunschweig 2014 Group exhibition: "Offen auf AEG", Nuremberg 2013     Publication: V-Mag Magazin #03 „Glück" 2008 Publication: "Junge Kunst in Bayern - Jahreskalender der LfA Förderbank Bayern" Group exhibition: "Tabula Rasa", Akademie Galerie Nuremberg 2007 "Das Wissenschaftsbild im alltäglichen Leben", ZiF PhotoAward Selection of my work as one of the best competition entries Publication: ZEIT - Online Galerie Group exhibition: Universität Bielefeld Group exhibition: "Fürther Kunstwochenende"
Artist Statement The majority of my work reflects my fascination for nature and natural sciences, especially my interest in the field of microcosm and macrocosm. What I am doing is a kind of a philosophical circling around questions of time, space, origin, human existence, cosmos, composition and mystery. Regarding the form, it is the experimental play with a reduced stylistic idiom, made with different tools, materials and techniques, what is exciting for me. Finally I like to create abstracted worlds which give the viewer, and also myself during the artistic process, the freedom to develop our own thoughts and imaginations and to discover the new.