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Currently, Fee Kleiß is working on the remnants of recent history: experimentally, deconstructively, almost archaeologically, she works on uncovering a confusing network of connections between grown and culturally produced objects: she disassembles, transforms and establishes new connections until things lose their meaning and merge into something new. Fee Kleiß was born in Kuchen in 1984. She first studied fine arts and philosophy in Mainz and then became a master student at the Berlin University of the Arts with Valérie Favre. She has received prizes and scholarships, including the Regina Pistor Prize (2011), DAAD travel scholarship to Indonesia (2013), Dorothea Konwiarz Scholarship. Her works have been shown in solo and group exhibitions at Künstlerhaus Dortmund, Kunstverein Siegen, Atelierhof Kreuzberg, Salon Mutlu, at Galerie Schwarz Contemporary and in galleries and cultural venues in Copenhagen, Paris and New York.

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