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My work in China – a retrospective

Dear friends, I have physically moved to Berlin now. It’s exciting to be in my home country.  However as always when I move I will not have a studio for at least half a year as my tools and materials are in transition in our container somewhere between Tianjin and Hamburg. I also notice that my soul is still in transition too. The memories from Beijing are kicking in often. Therefor I would like to use this coming weeks to tell you about my work in China. Back there I was using Chinese social media to tell my friends in Beijing about mosaic and my work – therefor this website and my Instagram account didn’t get regular updates. My studio was flourishing in Beijing – I wouldn’t have thought I would get so beautifully busy in all areas of my work – my solely crafted mosaics, the workshops and the community mosaic murals. I have the feeling the years in Beijing were the peak of my career. Let me tell you one after the other. …

Inauguration of Climate Change Community Mosaic 21. April 2022

Please celebrate with us the transformation of words via symbols into mosaic art that is installed as a mural at the entrance of the German School in Beijing. We are in awe that we did it: a group of 55 people all dedicating time and energy to create with their hands a piece of awareness raising on their hopes and concerns about impact of climate change around us. We are still gathering photos and reflecting on how it became such a big and wonderful project. Stay tuned to hear more about it in the coming weeks!

Climate Change Community Mosaic installed

We are tremendously proud and happy to have had such a smooth and fun installation week, April 18-21, for the Climate Change Community Mosaic. The mosaic mural was installed at the entrance to the premises of the German School, Beijing. Now this community art piece created by 55 Beijingers will not only decorate the modern building but also keep raising awareness about impact of climate change amongst the schools community.