originally from Munich, Germany. lives in Vienna since 1988.
completed 2008 her degree in Scandinavian studies, Dutch studies, philosophy and gender studies at the University of Vienna. language courses in England ('89), The Netherlands ('92) and Denmark ('93, '00 and '14).
apprenticeship as watch- and clockmaker at the Vienna City’s Training Workshop from 1994 to 1997.
research work in Denmark at the Royal Library / Copenhagen, at Kvinfo / Copenhagen and at Cekvina / Aarhus in 2000/2001 and 2007/2008.
training in "Multimedia Arts and Animation" at the the Arts and Design Department, HTL Spengergasse, Vienna, from 2008 to 2011.
currently she is working on her master's artistic project and thesis for the Interface Cultures Master Program at the University of Arts and Design in Linz, Austria
and her dissertation in philosophy at the University of Applied Arts in Vienna, Austria.
her main focus is the technological replica of the human, led by the fragmentary idea of humankind, and how a mere holistic perception of ourselves would benefit this world.