Anna Gohmert

Bildende Künstlerin
Das Bild zeigt ein Porträt der Künstlerin Anna Gohmert. Sie sitzt mit angezogenen Beinen am geöffneten Fenster und schaut direkt in die Kamera. Sie tragt eine Brille, ihre aschblonden lockigen Haare sind locker zusammengebundenen. Sie trägt einen dunkelblauen Wollpulli und eine beigene Hose. Im Hintergrund ist eine Häusermauer, mit beigenen Steinen zu sehen sowie ein Blumenkasten in dem 2 Blumen gedeihen.
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© Anna Gohmert ☺︎ Marlene Gohmert ☺︎

"My topics include social justice, health challenges, generational conflicts, and how we deal with self-efficacy and power-lessness.

I am interested in finding a formal language for intimacy without theorising the personal and losing the tenderness or rawness of the private. I see my artistic practice as belonging to the genre of autofiction. I enter themes by exploring other people’s perspectives alongside my own personal approach.

I engage in personal conversations to dive deeper into the subject matter. Using heterogeneous media, I bring together these different aspects – individual areas of experience as well as scientific knowledge – as installations in space.

Despite the various sources, materials, and people, the work is held together by an in/visible text that I have penned. For this reason, texts or the formats of book and film also re-present my way of working."


Mothers*, Warriors, and Poets: Art and Care-Work Can Go Together

Mothers*, Warriors, and Poets Mothers*, Warriors, and Poets, Marie Lienhard, Anna Gohmert, Sascia Bailer

The artistic-activist platform „Mothers*, Warriors, and Poets“ counters patriarchal-capitalist norms by providing collective support structures for caregivers in the arts. Their re:publica exhibition explores care, societal expectations, and interdependence through video works & a conference.
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Off Stage