In her work, Katrin Niedermeier reflects the entanglement of the “real”, analogue world with the virtual space and the influence of digital technologies on human condition.
Her mixed-media installations ( animation, installation, video and painting) are thereby resulting extended forms of subjective spaces and habitat, showing multiple alter egos and investigations of changing reception and emotion as part of an evolving networked society.
By diluting the border between fiction and reality and opening the space to the unknown, her work is redefining the understanding of human, nature and machine, their interconnectivity and interaction.
Based on extended research, rendered images and experimental sound recordings she creates various narrative spaces and refers critical to possible complex of problems of this utopian worlds by questioning: fiction? reality? At the same time her work is stimulated by this great possibilities of the newest technical developments introduced into our analogue world.
The use of different medias such as animation, painting and installation reflect this encounter by transferring it into the actual space itself as a physical experience, in dialogue with machines and humans, between intuition and reflection and its immersion.
2019 Ewha Media Art Presentation, (EMAP), Seoul: „color your color“ Videoscreening, „transacadia 4.3“2018 Shadok, Strasbourg: group exhibition “Hyperconscience”, “transarcadia 4.3”, surround sound, two channel-video installation, curated by Marine Froeliger and Michel Jacquet 2018 Atelier Mondial, Basel: group exhibition “trans environmental exercises, “, curated by Ivan Isaev, sound-installation “transarcadia 3.3” 2018 Room 103, Ausstellungsraum Klingenthal: group exhibition “Kurs”, curated by Martin Chramosta, Alice Wilke, Jakub Jansa, Peter Fritzenwallner, two channel-video installation “transarcadia 2.3” 2018 LOEWE, Kulturnacht Lörrach, Weil am Rhein: live performance, “transarcadia 1.3″, curated by Tonio Passlick, installation, animation, performance 2018 Bollag-Areal, Basel: group exhibition ” My life so far in 10 years”, curated by Max Philipp Schmid und Philipp Gasser, animation “pique dame, Nr.6” 2017 HEK, Basel: Regionale 18: group exhibition “silicon is a grey crystal”, curated by Boris Magrini, installation “blooming” 2017 Kunsthalle Basel: Regionale 18: group exhibition “OOO Object Oriented Ontology“, curated by Andreas Angelidakis, animation “shift of perception” ,”wonderworld” 2017 Kunsthaus Langenthal, 25 Jahre: animation “blooming” 2017 Exil-Ausstellungsraum Klingental, Kasernenstrasse 34, Basel: group exhibition, curated by Bruno Steiner, “Summe 2017”, animation “pyrotoxin” 2017 Projektrum M54, Basel: group exhibition “Nachtflimmern”, animation “wonderworld” 2017 Oslo night 2017, Basel: installation “pyrotoxin” 2017 Kunsthaus Baselland, Muttenz: group exhibition, Bachelor Thesis, curated by Carolyn Christov-Bakargiev and Chus Martinez installation “s.o.p.” 2017 Stapflehus, Weil am Rhein: curated group exhibition „unsterblicher Garten”, curated by katrin niedermeier, installation „ blooming”, oil paintings 2016 HGK Dreispitz, Basel: group exhibition „basis exhibition“, video installation „wild thing, hello?“ 2016 Kulturnacht Lörrach, Stapflehus, Weil am Rhein and off space: curated off space, group exhibition; animation „wonderworld“ 2016 Tank, HGK Basel, group exhibition, photography „not defined 1, 2“ 2015 Regionale 16, Stapflehus, Weil am Rhein: group exhibition „Das Moment“,painting „digital landscape, night drive and Brooklyn“, curated by Peter Bosshart 2015 10. Kunstwochenende, Villa Zierer, Munich: group exhibition „ Ob- Session“, object „don‘t you think I like it 1, 3“ 2015 Kunsthaus Baselland, Muttenz: group exhibition „lockeres denken“, object „don‘t you think I like it 1, 3“, curated by Chus Martinz 2015 Ausstellungsraum Klingental, Basel: group exhibition „When thoughts are replaced by moving images“, painting „night drive“, curated by Deux piece 2015 Penthouse Gallery, Zurich: group exhibition „Irma la douce, revisited“, painting „just before dawn“, curated by Alice Wilke