Influenced by Anselm Kiefer’s references to German history and philosophy, artist Angelika Rinnhofer’s approach to dealing with Germany’s history is intuitive and compelling. In her new photography project, “a priori,” she employs narratives of contemporary German people to explore the discovery and concealment of Jewish ancestries and reflect upon her native country’s culture.
Angelika Rinnhofer is an artist and art educator. In 1995, she immigrated to the United States from Germany where she had trained as a commercial photographer. In her practice, Rinnhofer works primarily in photography, video, dance and performance art, and also incorporates non-traditional art media such as baking and gaming. She received her MA in Fine Arts in new media from Transart Institute in Berlin.
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