Natalie Brehmer, is a German-Polish designer, artist and photographer. She studied graphic and urban design, as well as fine arts.
A constant theme of her transdisciplinary work method is the oscillation and the dissolution of boundaries and limitations. In this way, existing objects and spaces are put into dialogue with the viewer and then translated into scenarios. The medium she uses remains open and is always new. A question that is constantly on her mind: "How can we grasp complexity without reducing it?
Natalie is a member of the initiative Stadtlücken e.V. which is dedicated to a digital-analog network for the conversion and the reuse of public space. At ZK/U she is working on the project “Opening visual spaces (Public art) in digital-analog networks”.