Frida Ortgies-Tonn (*31.07.1993 in Berlin, Germany) is an interdisciplinary artist based in Berlin. 


Her projects reflect the iconography of mountains and the natural structures of mountainous surfaces.
Her works themselves are a materialization of the question of a new nature, with regard to the symbiosis of the natural and technical. 


fridapenelope at gmail.com

www.instagram.com/fridapenelopeclaire


Upcoming Exhibitions
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Past Exhibitions
01.21 FFP2000 - Kotti-Shop Berlin, group exhibition

09.20 PROJEKT SÜDGIEBEL Finale, Gestaltungswettbewerb,
KulturWagen der Brotfabrik, Caligariplatz 1, Berlin-Weißensee

09.20 DIAMETRALIS - Frida Ortgies-Tonn und Evelina Reiter
Kesselhaus Herzberge, Berlin

07.20 back and forth (no hugs)

02.20 works for whom? – Ausstellung im Bundesministerium für Arbeit und Soziales, Berlin

10.19 International Festival of Computer Arts-IFCA, maribor, slovenia
sprawl.systemsin cooperation with Paul Seidler, Johannes Wilke and Max Hampshire
http://mfru.org/


08.19 unmasked - lettretage, group exhibition, berlin, germany

06.19 b-ware - KUNSTPUNKT BERLIN - Galerie für aktuelle Kunst, group exhibition, berlin, germany 

05.19  b-ware  - Galerie der Hochschule für Künste, group exhibition, bremen, germany

08.18  Recall Total – A Space Opera, saasfee pavillon, group exhibition, frankfurt, germany

05.18 (ongoing) peer-to-collection, a curated collection of archives https://peer-to.peer-to-peer-web.com/

02.18  Gestell - Erratum Galerie, group exhibition, berlin, germany

Lectures / Workshops
04.19  Royal Academy of Art, Den Haag, Netherlands

"Decentralized / Peer-to-Peer System Design " in cooperation with Paul Seidler, as a member of terra0 


Education

2016-2020    Kunsthochschule Berlin Weissensee, Berlin - Fine Arts / Painting

2015-2016    Burg Giebichenstein Kunsthochschule Halle - Painting / Textile Arts

2013-2014    Humboldt University Berlin- Computer science, art and visual history

Publications

03.21 Plutonics - A Journal Of Non-Standard Theory - Volume XIV, MVU, ISBN 9781678075552


05.20 works for whom? – Ausstellungskatalog, Bundesministerium 

für Arbeit und Soziales, Berlin

03.20 Plutonics - A Journal Of Non-Standard Theory - Volume XIII, MVU, ISBN 9781716824234


01.19    Text, Klasse Feldmann, Anthologie, 16784 Zeichen, Edition

06.19   B-WARE exhibition catalogue, Klasse Linz, Klasse Barath, 

Edition

 
Program / Project 

24.-26.10.2019 OP_VISITORS Program, OP ENHEIM private cultural institution, Wrocław, Poland
 
Contest / Wettbewerb

12.20    1. Platz im Gestaltungswettbewerb PROJEKT SÜDGIEBEL, Brotfabrik, Berlin-Weißensee