Leo Kuelbs Collection

Fata Morgana/coGalleries

“WAYS: Christine Schulz”          

March 10th-16th, 2018


Vernissage: Friday, March 9th, 7-10 p.m.

Finissage: Friday, March 16th, 6-9 p.m.


Other Hours by Appointment:



“WAYS: Christine Schulz”

“WAYS: Christine Schulz” Is a selection of recent works by German light and installation artist, Christine Schulz.  Fata Morgana’s two rooms will be transformed into a maze of light-based objects filled with images evolved from found materials, collage and photography.  Schulz’s work warmly supports plant and animal life, human form and design with an engaging curiosity and impeccable sense of balance and color. 

The imagery is projected on walls and panels, backlit or as wall hangings.  The play with light, color, layers and content gives a sense of depth of experience through time.   Always luxurious and exotic, Schulz’s mixed media installation practice provides a sense of connection and nostalgia for aggregated places and times that may have never existed.


About The Artist

Christine Schulz studied Fine Arts at the HBK Braunschweig with John Armleder, Birgit Hein and Thomas Virnich and graduated in 2003 as master student of John Armleder.

In 2018 she received an artist in residence in CCA Andratx, Mallorca and in 2013 an artist in residence grant of the Künstlerhaus Bremen. In 2001 she was awarded the Förderpreis der Kunsthalle Wilhelmshaven and received a grant at the Künstlerhäuser Worpswede in 2004. 

Her work has been shown in numerous group and solo exhibitions, e.g. at Kunstverein Hannover, Kunstverein Wolfenbüttel, Kunstverein Erfurt, Kunstverein Leverkusen Schloss Morsbroich, Kölnischen Kunstverein, at Kunsthalle Düsseldorf and  at the Kunstraum Kreuzberg/Bethanien, Berlin. She has exhibited internationally - inter alia - in Lissabon, Mexico City and New York.

In 2013 she took part in the group exhibition SCHAUPLATZ STADT at Kunstmuseum Mülheim a.d.R. And she displayed her installation GODSPEED in a solo show at the Deutschter Künstlerbund project space, Berlin. Most recently, the Kunstverein Bochum presented one of her installations on the Emscher Kunst 2013 exhibition.

The art of Christine Schulz has been discussed in different publications, e.g. Kunst baut Stadt, Christine Nippe, 2011; fast forward 2, Sammlung Goetz, Ingvild Goetz (ed.), 2010; PARKHAUS, Karl-Heinz Rummeny (ed.), 2013


Works in Collections:
Sammlung Goetz, Medienkunst, München
Kunstsammlungen Chemnitz, Chemnitz
Leo Kuelbs Collection, New York
Ahlers Collection, Herford
Sammlung Bastian, Berlin