I have been awarded the NEUSTART KULTUR grant by
Deutscher Künstlerbund e. V. for a collaborative project with Filip Jacobson.
Artist in Residence in November 2020 at
CCA Andratx, Mallorca, Spain
Kindly supported by
Ministerium für Kultur und Wissenschaft des Landes NRW.
During my residency I focus my research on the largest and most violent wildfire on the island which raged in 2013 and changed the environment until today.
New Edition WALDBADEN
Each line I drew by myself using a pen so each piece has its own unique character.
Available at Galerie Tanja Wagner, Berlin.
Archival pigment print on Hahnemühle, pen
40 x 30 cm, Edition of 50
In the current issue of EVOLVE you can read my extensive interview about art, physics and nature: Die Poesie der Analyse – EVOLVE No. 26.
„In her work, Angelika J. Trojnarski combines thorough research on physical and biological phenomena with the poetic expression of art. She is moved by boundless curiosity and the desire to awaken recognition and love in people. We spoke to the artist about this scientific-artistic research process.“
The edition was published on the occasion of the exhibition Biophilia. 100% of all proceeds are donated to Greenpeace. The sale contributes to the reforestation of the Amazon rainforest, strengthens the voice of the indigenous tribes there, and supports Greenpeace‘s impact in that region.
The edition is published jointly by Kunst & Denker Contemporary, Flora & Fauna, and Pinehouse.
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Amazon Edition, 2019
Inkjet print on archival paper
21 x 29,7 cm, Edition of 200
Numbered and signed, each 100,00 €
Newspaper article in the Westdeutsche Zeitung
My first artist book UNIVERSELL!
Published by Lepsien Art Foundation, Luxemburg.
The publication is a limited edition of 150 copies and every book has a unique character.
It is a small piece of art itself:
Size: 39 x 29 cm, 40 individually combinable images, based on original bleachings, particullary overlaid by a second print,
manually colored edges, in a jacket of grey paperbaoard, title stamped by hand, hold together with magnets, signed and numbered.