German artist Christine Meisner lives and works in Berlin and Brussels. Over more than a decade she has developed a body of work that intertwines drawing, video, writing and music. Her projects evolve from in-depth research into the histories of colonial and ideological expansion and the emergence of racism. The strive for freedom and human rights and the unresolved dimensions of violence within that processes are ongoing topics underlying her subjects. Meisner’s works are part of several art collections and were exhibited a.o. at Stevenson Gallery Cape Town; Taipei Biennial; La Maison Rouge, Paris; The Walther Collection, New York and Ulm; Centre Pompidou, Paris; MOMUK, Vienna; Salzburger Kunstverein; Extra City Kunsthal, Antwerp, MUSEION, Bolzano. Her videos were screened at Berlin Documentary Forum, Festival International de Cinéma Marseille and International Film Festival Rotterdam.