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Lisa Jäger

Lisa Jäger, *1989 in Ulm, lives and works in Vienna. Lisa Jäger works as a visual artist on issues of autonomy, interspecific coexistence and sustainability in the media of sculpture and painting, among others. In her artistic practice, she questions socio-economic as well as gender-specific norms and explores the border zones of performativity of space, body and discourse. Jäger studied at the Academy of Fine Arts Vienna with Heimo Zobernig and Gelitin and at the HFBK Hamburg with Michael Beutler and Pia Stadtbäumer. Her work has been shown in Vienna (Belvedere 21, One Work Gallery, WAF, Parallel Vienna, etc.), Berlin, Brussels and Belgrade, among others. Since 2019, she has been artistic director of the WAF Gallery and curates projects such as Die Feldversuche and One Mess Gallery Vienna as a freelance curator.