The focus of the years presentation will be on three woman artists from Germany and the US: Birgit Brenner, who's international career actually started as an artist in residence at New York's PS1 in 2002, will be featured at the booth with her new animation movie, a film that she conceived in 2020 during her Villa Massimo grant in Rome. The work takes on a particular relevance against the backdrop of the Covid-19 pandemic, making us conscious of approaching threats to humanity and the environment. In her pastel drawings, Ulrike Theusner depicts landscapes, demons, masked people, grimaces. Portraits of usually disoriented-seeming young people in garish, motley colors. Joining this are props from her repertoire: skeletons, birds, harlequins, devils. Her works remain as if tied to the present as snapshots, the realization of the current 'now' situation, an inventory of our time and our moods. Melora Kuhn's work is an ongoing investigation of the human experience, within the self, and within society. Drawing from American history, fairy tales and mythology, Kuhn takes specific images and alters them accordingly, in an effort to examine patterns of thinking and ways of being. Her interest lies in what is left out or forgotten, in the deterioration of a solid form or known history, in something that appears to be one thing, but is quite another. Additionally, we are presenting new paintings by Nicola Samorì and glass sculptures by Kai Schiemenz.