Panel Discussion

Wednesday, June 27th, 2024, 6pm–9pm
Jacob-und-Wilhelm-Grimm-Zentrum, 7. Etage
Geschwister-Scholl-Str. 1 und 3, 10117 Berlin

The panel discussion VOICES FROM THE FORMER EAST: A POLYPHONIC ARTIST TALK is part of the project seminar "Ausstellungen und Studiobesuche: KünstlerInnen mit Osteuropabezug" of HU Berlin. The talk will be held in English.

The discussion features Yuri Leiderman, Luise Schröder and Jaanus Samma. The three artist are originally from (former) Eastern Europe, representing three different generations. While talking about their artistic practices, they will reflect on post-socialist aesthetics, strategies of reworking the recent past, and ways of retrieving non-normative sexual and queer identities. Posing questions to nationalism and decolonization are further aspects strongly informing their work.

The event is supported by Verein zur Förderung des Instituts für Kunst- und Bildgeschichte e.V.

Open Studio days – artspring berlin 2024

Open Studio days – artspring berlin 2024


Saturday, June 1st, 2024, 2pm–6pm
afterwards drinks and music
Sunday, June 2nd, 2024, 2pm–6pm
Turtle Lab / Vorderhaus
Schwedterstr. 262, 10119 Berlin Prenzlauer Berg
Metro: U2 to Senefelder Platz

Feel invited to our Open Studio Days! We, Luise Schröder, Yuki Jungesblut, Sharon Paz and Jeremiah Day give an insight to our latest works and projects within this year's artspring festival 2024.
artspring festival is a space of action, creation and mediation that is co-designed by a wide variety of actors and institutions, networks and initiatives. Together with Pankow artists, artspring berlin is committed to the sustainable anchoring of visual arts in the district.
It is supported by Ateliergemeinschaft Milchhof and funded by the European Regional Development Fund and the Senate of Berlin.

Website Art Spring: Luise Schröder

Audio Podcast of Parole Errante

Audio Podcast of Parole Errante


I created a collage for the new website of the Audio Podcast of La Parole Errante. La Parole Errante is a self-organized space for political, social and cultural experimentation, located in Montreuil, Seine-Saint-Denis, France. Broadcasts produced by the Parole Errante sound studio reflect on histories, archives, lectures from the Michèle Firk bookshop, radio documentaries and create soundtracks to resonate the multiple experiences that run through and take root in this place and are anchored there audible and tangible.

Link to the podcast

L*OST DDR – Strömungen in Bewegung

L*OST DDR – Strömungen in Bewegung

Lecture and discussion

Sonntags-Club: L'OST DDR presents
Strömungen in Bewegung – an artistic exploration of non-governmental women's and lesbian groups in the GDR

Friday, March 22, 2024, 7pm
Sonntags-Club e.V.
Greifenhagener Straße 28, 10437 Berlin
Evening for queer women and non-binary lesbians
Entrance free of charge

Through her East German biography and at the invitation of the Berlinische Galerie, Luise Schröder explored the forgotten activities of non-governmental women's and lesbian groups in the GDR in the 1980s and 1990s. In collaboration with the Archive of the GDR Opposition and based on photographs by Kerstin Baarmann, Karin Dauenheimer, Bettina Dziggel, Christine Starke, Leo Tesch and Mechthild Ziegenhagen, STRÖMUNGEN IN BEWEGUNG was created. It reflects feminist and lesbian perspectives on GDR history and opens up spaces for reflection in the present.
Luise Schröder will present her work at the Sonntags-Club on March 22nd, 2024 as part of the L'OST event series. Afterwards there will be room for exchange: on the history of the women and lesbian movement in the GDR, on artistic realization, own experiences and for listening to witnesses.

This event is made possible by a cooperation of Spinnboden e. V. and Sonntags-Club e.V.

PDF flyer event series "Lesbian life and struggles in the GDR"
Sonntags-Club: L'OST – Strömungen in Bewegung
Website Spinnboden e.V.

Photobook Festival Leipzig 2024

Photobook Festival Leipzig 2024

Panel discussion


Saturday, March 9, 2024, 11 am – 12.30 pm
GRASSI Museum für Angewandte Kunst, Johannisplatz 5–11, 04103 Leipzig
Opening hours: Saturday and Sunday, 10am–6pm
Entrance is free of charge

Panel discussion: Photobooks that contain images of protests document socio-political movements and can become means of protest themselves. The manifold relations between photographs, books, representation and protest will be the main focus of this panel.
With Mathieu Asselin, Documentary photographer, professor at the Royal Academy of Fine Arts in Ghent; Hannah Darabi, Documentary photographer and artist; Ines Schaber, Photographer, artist and professor of photography at the HGB Leipzig and Luise Schröder, Photographer and artist.
Moderation: Christin Müller, independent curator and author
Event in English.

Leipzig Photobook Festival 2024
Program Overview of Leipzig Photobook Festival 2024
Detailed PDF of the Leipzig Photobook Festival 2024

Fellowship Berlin Artistic Research Programme 2024/2025

Fellowship Berlin Artistic Research Programme 2024/2025


I am pleased to announce that I have been selected with twelve other fellows for the
Berlin Artistic Research Programme 2024 /2025.

Fellows 2024/2025
Murat Adash, Daniel Falb, Jessica Ekomane, Henrike Naumann, Bini Adamczak,
Holly Herndon, Anton Kats, İz Öztat, Marta Popivoda, Anta Helena Recke, Dan Lie,
Luise Schröder, Konstanze Schmitt

Founded in 2020, the Berlin Artistic Research Programme supports and encourages
artistic research across disciplines as well as dialogue among artists.

Press Release EN Berlin Artistic Research Programme 2024 /2025
Pressemitteilung DE Berliner Programm Künstlerische Forschung 2024 /2025
Website Berlin Artistic Research Programme