Lisa Hoffmann

Student Workers
Lisa is a Berlin-based nomadic artist and designer creating intersected and interrupted narratives in the form of moving images, performative installations, scenographic objects and applied research. Her work investigates transitional states, daily life fictions, fragmented realities and Anthropocenic anxieties.
Lisa holds a MFA in sustainable product design from Bauhaus University Weimar. Previous stations include Institut supérieur des arts de Toulouse and the University of Applied Sciences Dresden. She was part of various collaborations and exhibitions across Europe, including the Triennial of Photography Hamburg, the Center for Dying on Stage, the Odessa Museum of Modern Art, the Villa Iris Visual Arts Workshop and Chto Delat’s School of Engaged Art. Currently she is studying in the Art & Media program at UdK Berlin.