Annika Hippler

Annika Hippler. EVI LICHTUNGEN Hildesheim 2018. Photo Jennifer Braun (6)
Annika Hippler. EVI LICHTUNGEN Hildesheim 2018. Photo Jennifer Braun (1)
Annika Hippler. EVI LICHTUNGEN Hildesheim 2018. Photo Jennifer Braun (5)
Annika Hippler. EVI LICHTUNGEN Hildesheim 2018. Photo Jennifer Braun (3)
Annika Hippler. EVI LICHTUNGEN Hildesheim 2018. Photo Jennifer Braun (4)
Annika Hippler. EVI LICHTUNGEN Hildesheim 2018. Photo Jennifer Braun (9)
Annika Hippler. EVI LICHTUNGEN Hildesheim 2018. Photo Jennifer Braun (11)
Annika Hippler. EVI LICHTUNGEN Hildesheim 2018. Photo Jennifer Braun (7)
Annika Hippler. EVI LICHTUNGEN Hildesheim 2018. Photo Jennifer Braun (8)
Annika Hippler. EVI LICHTUNGEN Hildesheim 2018. Photo Jennifer Braun (10)
Annika Hippler. EVI LICHTUNGEN Hildesheim 2018. Photo Jennifer Braun (12)
Annika Hippler. EVI LICHTUNGEN Hildesheim 2018. Photo Jennifer Braun (2)
Annika Hippler. EVI LICHTUNGEN Hildesheim 2018. Photo Jennifer Braun (14)
Annika Hippler. EVI LICHTUNGEN Hildesheim 2018. Photo Jennifer Braun (15)
Annika Hippler. EVI LICHTUNGEN Hildesheim 2018. Photo Jennifer Braun (16)
Annika Hippler. EVI LICHTUNGEN Hildesheim 2018. Photo Jennifer Braun (13)
Annika Hippler. EVI LICHTUNGEN Hildesheim 2018. Photo Jennifer Braun (20)
Annika Hippler. EVI LICHTUNGEN Hildesheim 2018. Photo Jennifer Braun (17)
Annika Hippler. EVI LICHTUNGEN Hildesheim 2018. Photo Jennifer Braun (19)
Annika Hippler. EVI LICHTUNGEN Hildesheim 2018. Photo Jennifer Braun (18)
Roemer- and Pelizaeus Museum [RPM] | Annika Hippler: The Fabric Of The Cosmos | Photos: Jennifer Braun

Annika Hippler is creating a sites specific installation for the Roemersaal in the RPM musuem.

Annika Hippler. Painting of light. INTERFERENCE Tunis 2016. Photo Kuno Seltman(3)
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Referential work from 2014 to 2016 | Photos: Ingo Gerken, Mehdi Khemili & Annika Hippler

In her light installations, Annika Hippler displays light as an ephemeral material as well as a tool for drawing, painting, sculpturing and creating site-specific artworks. Meticulously combining lasers with water and other mediums, subtle coupling and resonances are developed through reverberations, unveiling matter in its purest form, giving shapes and colours a natural poetry. In her luminograms, Annika Hippler records the impact of light on canvas.


Berlin (de) l frekvenssi l Annika Hippler l 2011

SELECTED WORKS

2017 | Djerba (tn) SEE-DJERBA
2016 | Tunis (tn) INTERFERENCE
2016 | Ludwigshafen (de) RUDOLF-SCHARPF-GALERIE
2014 | Vilnius (lt) INSANITUS FESTIVAL 
2013 | Moscow (ru) ZVEREV CENTER OF CONTEMPORARY ART
2011 | Karlsruhe (de) ZKM

BACKGROUND

2007 I Masterstudent
2000-2007 I Braunschweig (de) University of Arts
1998-2000 I Berlin (de) University of Arts
1978 I Berlin (de) born
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