Regina (Maria) Möller embodiment: wetsuit 007, 1997 Photo: CR&SH, Berlin � Regina Möller, VG Bild-Kunst
In this lecture Regina Möller will introduce her label embodiment and draw attention to her selective use of materials and textiles to (re)write stories. In 1994 Möller founded the label embodiment under which she designs art works as prototypes, that relate to interior design and clothing. In limited editions, Möller produces furniture, wallpaper, carpets, accessories and clothing, that operate as an interface between art and design on one side, and art and daily life on the other.
Regina Möller is an artist living and working in Berlin, Germany and Trondheim, Norway. The projects and works of Regina Möller have been exhibited nationally and internationally in solo and group shows in venues including Manifesta 1, Aperto - Venice Biennial, Louisiana Museum of Modern Art, Tate Liverpool, Wiener Secession, 3rd Berlin Biennial, Sprengel Museum Hannover, Tate St. Ives, Kunstverein München, and more. Aside from her projects she contributes continuously with talks, lectures and workshops worldwide. She has been lecturing as professor and guest professor at international universities and academies. Since 2009 she is Professor at the Trondheim Academy of Fine Art / Faculty of Architecture and Fine Art / Norwegian University of Science and Technology (KiT / NTNU).
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