I am a Berlin-based interdisciplinary artist. My work explores cultural specific inheritance of traumatic memories I am driven by my desire to see the darkest parts of humanity and to use my practice to illuminate them. By working with marginalized communities and in areas affected by war and disaster, I am engaged in a continual process of making the invisible visible, making the unsightly tenderly seen. My work has been exhibited in solo and group shows in galleries and museums internationally including Tokyo, Seoul, New York, Miami, Boston, Berlin, Paris, London, and at the Busan Biennale. I have two monographs and working on the third, the first of which was nominated for Deutsch photo book prize. I was Berlin women film maker in 2010 and a Thomas Watson fellow. Featured in Phaidon’s new book “Great Women Artists” and Prestel’s upcoming “Citizen women: Illustrated history of the women’s movement”.