Artist

Raphaela Vogel

Born in Nuremberg, 1988 and lives in Amsterdam, Holland

Raphaela Vogel finished her studies at the Städelschule in Frankfurt. Her work is located in the meeting of sculpture, video installation and performance and is characterized by an acute study of the relationship of the body to space, closely linked with her utilization of digital technologies (often including, for example: projectors, scanners, action cameras, and drones). The videos, which play a central role in her work, consist of filmed actions (mostly featuring VOGEL herself), documentations of her own installations and collages from her archive of images. These videos then become part of her sculptural constructions where dimensional space, decor and the corporeal merge into an organically woven structure. She treats the projectors and the other technical equipment as active protagonists: for example, by removing their casings or by suspending them in unexpected ways, thus revealing their fragility and somatic character. Ultimately, she creates a hybrid form in which her relationship to space, object, technology and machine is displayed in a dynamic field of motion, from the process of its development to the self-reflective treatment of her own work.

Exhibitions
Exhibitions
Raphaela Vogel: Ultranackt
Raphaela Vogel’s exhibition hosts impressive sculptural installations, weighty and poised in precarious...
18 May 2018 - 12 Aug 2018
Exhibitions
Performing Society: The Violence of Gender
The group show “The Violence of Gender” features works that contest the symbolic castration...
16 Feb 2019 - 28 Apr 2019
Art Spaces
Gregor Staiger
Galleries in Zurich
BQ
Galleries in Berlin