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Eileen Dreher

FLÜGEL is planned as a site-specific walk-in drawing in space made of cellulose fibers and articulation paper. It is about a silent encounter or pause as a caesura in a world that is overtaking itself. The question what if?" is currently as present as it is precarious. Is it still possible to measure the room for maneuver? Do they still exist? It asks how to deal with the pressures of our time. At the same time, the happiness of noticing the good / valuable moments must not be lost. What happens when one pauses for a moment? It is about perception, about making cross connections and the possibility to keep one's perspective on things in motion."


Eileen Dreher was born in 1980 in Koethen. She lives and works in Berlin. She studied conceptual painting/drawing and architecture-related media at the Hochschule fuer Bildende Kuenste in Dresden and graduated as a master student in 2013. Since 2017, she has been continuing her studies in philosophy at the FU Berlin. Her works are exhibited in Germany as well as abroad like China or Vienna.

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