When humor mixes with morbidity.
The German artist shares her experiences with Inside Out.
“I was led to believe I was worthless.”
“I needed more independence in my creativity, to meet people, hear their stories.”
A studio founded on staying humble and being respectful of everyone.
“I don’t really care about clothes, but being able to celebrate and adorn the body is something I’ve always been drawn to.”
“Art is my full time job and many people, me included, use social media to generate a living out of their work.”
“I wanted the studio to be an inclusive, and respectful space from the beginning.”
A tattoo in memory of her father.
“I always think about what in essence interests me. What is it that I want to be talking about? What is my constant?”