Ursula Neugebauer

October 2016

Ursula Neugebauer studied visual arts at the Academy of Fine Arts Münster, Germany, where she was appointed by Timm Ulrichs as protégée and literature master student. She has taught briefly as a school teacher and also worked as an art therapist at the Universitätsklinikum Münster, Germany. Between 1999 and 2002, she was a lecturer at the Department of Architecture at the Technical University, Berlin and since 2003 she has held the title of Professor, Institute of Art at UdK Berlin, Germany.

She works as an artist at the interface between installation, object, space, and media. Her works stand in the tradition that metamorphoses everyday life and everyday objects, and is as analytical as it is precise. By doing so, she allows the viewer not only to perceive the world and reality with heightened senses, but also to experience the consolations of art in the face of what is often unspeakable with respect to existence—a function of the aesthetic to which Nietzsche and Adorno made reference.


Recent Exhibitions

2008
Aktinos-Mai-Photographs, les festivals français de photographies, Quimper; European Attitude, Zendai MoMA, Shanghai; Was Bleibt, DG, Deutsche Gesellschaft für christliche Kunst, München; Necessary discourse on HYSTERIA, Art Gallery Slovenj Gradec, Slovenia
2007
Körper Gesicht Seele, Leopold Museum Wien; Asia—Europe Mediations, Museum Poznan; Ursula Neugebauer, Kunstverein Grafschaft Bentheim, Neuenhaus; Ursula Neugebauer, Werkstadt Graz
2006
A noir, E blanc, I rouge, U vert, O bleu–Farben, Kunstmuseum Kloster Unser Lieben Frauen, Magdeburg
2005
Körper–Leib–Raum. Der Körper im zeitgenössischen Tanz und in der Zeitgenössischen Skulptur. Skulpturenmuseum Glaskasten, Marl; Ursula Neugebauer, Galerie der Stadt Remscheid; Memoria! – 7 Positionen, Kloster Gravenhorst
2004
Cum Grano Salis, Kloster Bentlage; mit offenem Ende, Kunsthalle Recklinghausen; Kunstverein Ingoldstadt
2003
Drehen, Kreisen, Rotieren, Museum im Kulturspeicher, Würzburg; Kunstmuseum Heidenheim; Kunstmuseum Ahlen; Pfalzgalerie Kaiserslautern