1980 born in Löbau / Germany
2001 Studies at the College of Fine Arts in Dresden
since 2004 Voyages to Poland
2007 Diploma in Fine Art
2007-2009 Graduate studies with Prof. Ulrike Grossarth
since 2010 Freelancer as a Visual Artist
since 2010 Member of International Artists Committee


Exhibitions / Awards

2012 Scholarship in Columbus, Ohio, U.S.A. by Kulturstiftung des Freistaates Sachsen, Germany
2010 "Bird's wedding," Phenomenological own research using a Sorbian usage, with Elke Schindler, participating as an expert on the black market for Useful Knowledge and Non-Knowledge - The other reason - contemporary speculation the romantic, a production of the Staatsschauspiel Dresden in collaboration with the mobile academy at Hau, Berlin
2009 "9, 11 Shulchan Aruch," the 71st Project Anniversary of Kristallnacht, the synagogue in Dresden / Germany, with Yuka Origasa
2009 "Inspector cliché," Presence project in New York City / U.S.A.
2009 "Ecclesiastes 11, 1-10" reading from the Old Testament before the birth place of Thomas Toivi sheet Izbica / Poland, with Yuka Origasa
2009 Robert Sterl-price of the collective institutions of the district of Dresden
2008 "What key fits which lock?" Exhibition at the Senate Hall of the Academy of Fine Arts in Dresden
2008 "Ecclesiastes 3, 1-8" reading from the Old Testament in the Jewish prayer room in Terezin / Czech Republic with Yuka Origasa
2007 sponsored "enterprises on the rock of the grandmother" project in Przysucha / Poland with Yuka Origasa by the Office of Cultural and Heritage Dresden
2007 "My grandmother's house is big, but not my" action in Kraków / Płaszów / Poland with Yuka Origasa
2006 "Yuka Origasa & Katja Hoffmann" exhibition at the gallery in Dresden Crane
2006 Participation in the symposium "blind spot" in the Dresden Gallery Lightning working with the "go down"
2005 work "break" in the dental factory in Dresden
2005 Participation in the project "Care - cultural prowess or compulsion," a project of Janet Gray



Katja Hoffmann Wildner

Rudolf-Leonhard-Str. 13
01097 Dresden

Telefon:+49 (0)1632450442

Katja Hoffmann Wildner, bildende Künstlerin