Regina Möller is a German artist, as well as the writer and founder of the magazine regina and the creator of the label embodiment. She lives and works in Berlin, Germany and Trondheim, Norway.Her artistic practice involves a wide range of medial formats and interweaving complex stories, which often deal with the question of identities. She uses “strategies inherent in the media she works with; overwriting and adapting them for the purpose to show that there are always a number of different versions underneath and alongside the official interpretation.” The projects and works of Regina (Maria) Möller have been exhibited nationally and internationally in venues including Manifesta 1 / NL; Aperto – Venice Biennial / IT; Louisiana Museum of Modern Art / DK; Tate Liverpool / GB; Secession Wien/AT; 3rd Berlin Biennial / DE; Sprengel Museum Hannover / DE; Kunstverein München / DE; Tensta konsthall / SE and more. In addition to her artistic projects, she regularly gives talks and hosts workshops worldwide. She has given lectures as a professor and guest professor at numerous universities and academies. Currently she is Professor at the Trondheim Academy of Fine Art / Faculty of Architecture and Fine Art / Norwegian University of Science and Technology (KiT / NTNU).

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