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Joannie Baumgärtner is a visual artist, writer and DJ based in Berlin, Germany. Their aesthetic practice is situated on the fringes of installation, soundart, performance and poetry, whilst theoretical writing is used as both, a device for artistic research as well as an alternative space to articulate outcomes of artistic knowledge production.

Within their work human culture is understood as technological apparatus that constructs and situates normative subjectivity through formal methods of spatio-temporalisation.  Their sculptural approach considers everything to be an object: Material is examined for its affective qualities as well as its relation to social structures and processes. Establishing a play of sleek and raw materials, the work oscillates between coordination and chaos. 

Their critical approach reveals idealism and geometry as intellectual tools of power, often contrasted with the negation of identity, single-subject concepts and formal restrictions.  It is their aim to think through, verbalise and represent forms of solidarity that grow beyond normative boundaries.