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»In my artistic work I refer to the anatomical prerequisites of human perception. I experiment with transformation processes of material in order to create connections of physical qualities and perception. I am interested in the relationship between introspection and expression, concepts of conscious and unconscious, the potential of imagination and gesture. It is my aim to treat the border between outside and inside in my artistic work to visually expand them out as a space.«

Yala Juchmann (born 1984 in Hagen, Westphalia) studied Fine Arts from 2005-2011 at Universität der Künste Berlin, The Cooper Union for the Advancement of Science and Art in New York and Kuvataideakatemia in Helsinki. She studied with Josephine Pryde, Florian Slotawa, Heli Rekula and Lorna Simpson and received her degree as Meisterschülerin of Josephine Pryde in 2011 at Universität der Künste Berlin. Since then she is working as an artist. Solo exhibitions of her work were shown at Lichthaus Arnsberg, grandpalais Bern and kaskl Berlin. In 2017 she published her first single catalogue LIQUIRIUM with financial support of the Käthe Dorsch and Agnes Straub foundation. Yala Juchmann received a scholarship from Cusanuswerk during her studies and in 2018 the Cultural Exchange Scholarship Tokyo of the Berlin Senate.