Marion von Osten

Marion von Osten est artiste, écrivaine, chercheuse et commissaire d'exposition. Elle est membre fondatrice du Center for post-colonial knowledge and culture (CPKC), du kleines postfordistisches Drama (kpD) à Berlin, ainsi que du collectif de médias Labor k3000 (Zurich).
Au-delà de sa pratique artistique, elle entreprend des projets de recherche et d'expositions à long terme tels que : tricontinentale.net, Tensta Konstall, Stockholm ; SAVVY Berlin ; GfzK Leipzig 2015–2016 ; Aesthetics of Decolonization, ith Zurich, 2015–2016 ; Model House-Mapping Transcultural Modernisms, Academy of Fine Arts Vienna, 2010–2013 ; Action! painting/publishing, Les Laboratoires d’Aubervilliers, Paris, 2011–2012 ; In the Desert of Modernity-Colonial Planning and After, Casablanca, 2009, Berlin, 2008 ; Projekt Migration, Cologne, 2002–2006 ; TRANSIT MIGRATION, Zurich, Francfort 2003–2005 ; Atelier Europa, Munich 2004, et Be Creative! The Creative Imperative, Zurich, 2003.

Marion von Osten is an artist, writer, researcher and exhibition maker. She is a founding member of the Center for post-colonial knowledge and culture (CPKC) and kleines postfordistisches Drama (kpD) in Berlin as well as of the media collective Labor k3000 Zürich.
Beyond her artistic practice, she initiates long term research projects and exhibitions, like: tricontinentale.net, Tensta Konstall, Stockholm ; SAVVY Berlin ; GfzK Leipzig 2015–2016 (with CPKC ); Aesthetics of Decolonization, ith Zurich, 2015–2016 (with Serhat Karakayali); Model House—Mapping Transcultural Modernisms, Academy of Fine Arts Vienna, 2010–2013; Action! painting/publishing, Les Laboratoires d’Aubervilliers, Paris, 2011–2012; In the Desert of Modernity—Colonial Planning and After, Casablanca, 2009, Berlin, 2008 (with Tom Avermaete & Serhat Karakayali); Projekt Migration, Cologne, 2002–2006 (with Aytac Erylmaz, Martin Rapp, Regina Röhmhild, Kathrin Rhomberg) and TRANSIT MIGRATION, Zürich, Frankfurt 2003–2005 ; Atelier Europa, München 2004 (with Sören Grammel and kpD), Be Creative! The Creative Imperative, Zurich, 2003 (with Peter Spillmann).