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Antye Guenther

Antye Guenther

Highly influenced by feminist science fiction authors, Guenther’s art practice orbits around themes like (non)biological intelligence and supercomputing, (scientific) representations of cognitive processes and self-optimisation, think tank ideologies and mind control. Her work comes then in hybrid forms: performative ceramic objects, fictionalised video tutorials, speculative scripts, artist publications, and narrative installations in various collaborations.



Antye Guenther is a visual artist and artist researcher originally from East Germany. She studied at the Art Academies in Leipzig and Karlsruhe (GER), and did her postmasters residency programme at the Jan van Eyck Academy in Maastricht (NL) in 2015/16. In 2018/19 she was associate researcher at a.pass, Posthogeschool voor Podiumkunsteni in Brussels, and received, at the same time, the first Mingler Scholarship for Art and Science (NL). Last year she received the first Art and Environment Award of the Kummer-Vanotti Stiftung (GER) to realise a ceramic tile work on the island Grafenwerth in the Rhine.
Guenther's work has been widely exhibited, among others, at the Pinakothek der Moderne (GER), A Tale of a Tub (NL), Kunsthalle Rostock (GER), Science Gallery London (GB), Science Gallery Rotterdam (NL), Rijksmuseum Boerhaave (NL), Bundeskunsthalle Bonn (GER) and Fotomuseum Winterthur (CH).

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Carolin Lange

I enthusiastically follow Carolin's work for some time now and again and again I am taken by the poetic qualities of these photographic experimentations.