Janina Lange

 

Born 1986 in Germany, lives in London and Berlin.

 

Education

2014 – ongoing Royal College of Art: practice-led Ph.D., Sculpture Department, London

2010- 2011 London Consortium: MRes Cultural Studies and Humanities, London

2007-2010 Chelsea College of Art: BA in Fine Art, London

Exhibitions

Wolken/Clouds, Arnoldi-Lievie, Munich (06-07/16)

New Contemporaries, Bluecoat, Liverpool (07-10/16)

Past:

Oh Super (hu/wo-)man #4: Sarah Duhamel Movement Archive, curated by Gabriela Acha, Green Ray, London (05/16) 

Matter, Royal College of Art, London (05/16)

Über die Unmöglichkeit des Seins/About the Impossibility of Being, Kunsthalle Exnergasse, Vienna (03-04/16)

Kinesis & Stasis, Barbican Conservatory Terrace, London (11/15)

Why Would I Lie? Dyson Gallery, London (04/15)

Jump/Cut, Riverlight Studio, London (03/15)

Shooting Clouds, curated by Leonie Radine, Heit, Berlin (09-10/14) (solo show)

Does Dark Matter? curated by Cosmicmegabrain, Shoreditch Studios, London ( 11/13)

Blue Notes, Uferhallen, Berlin (06/12)

Trip, Consortium 10/11, London (11/11)

Purple Nurples and Peekaboos, The Arts Gallery, London (03-04/11)

Future Map, 176 Zabludovicz Collection, London (01-02/11)

Alternate Versions Alternate, Wayward Gallery London (08/10)

Cult of the Cubicle, Laborberlin, Berlin (02/10)

Degree Show, Chelsea College of Art, London (06/10)

FLAG, Triangle Space, London (04/10)

Alight Here, Platform One Gallery, London (03/10)

Bricks., Shoreditch Town Hall, London (06/09)

Loop, Labor Gallery Budapest, Hungary (05/09)

 

Residencies & Prizes

TECHNE AHRC scholarship (2014 -2017)

CW+ Artist in Residence (2016-)

Shortlist Future Map Award (2011)

Catlin Guide, (2010)

Winner of the Central Middlesex Hospital NHS visiting artist exhibition, Chelsea Student Award (2010)

 

Reviews

'Hinfallen. Aufstehen. Weitergehen'. by Manisha Jothady, Wiener Zeitung (24.3.2016)

http://www.wienerzeitung.at/nachrichten/kultur/mehr_kultur/808575_Hinfallen.-Aufstehen.-Weitergehen.html

“Mein Kunstwerk des Jahres” by Sabrina Schleicher, Kunstzeitung (12/14)