Laura Kuch (born 1980) is a conceptual artist who lives and works in Germany. She studied Visual Communication at the HfG Offenbach, University of Art and Design, and Fine Art at the Städelschule Frankfurt, Academy of Fine Art where she graduated 2008 as Meisterschülerin of Prof. Tobias Rehberger. She’s currently completing an MPhil in the practice-led Fine Art research programme at the Slade School of Fine Art, UCL in London where she's exploring the German Early Romantic's literary and philosophical concepts in and as a contemporary fine art practice.
Laura received several grands and awards is alumna of both the German Academic Exchange Service DAAD and the German National Academic Foundation. Exhibitions include various solo and international group shows, amongst others Galerie Lorenz Frankfurt, Nassauischer Kunstverein Wiesbaden, Federal Exhibition Hall of Germany Bonn, The 2nd Moscow Biennale, 4th Gothenburg Biennale, Centre of Contemporary Art Prishtina, Kunsthalle Luzern and Arts Depot London. Conference presentations include: Romantic Intermediality, University of Helsinki, 2011;Conference on Practice-Based Research in Art and Design, Bauhaus University Weimar, 2011; Art as a mode of enquiry, The Ruskin School Oxford, 2012; New Perspectives on the Romantic Period, Tate Britain, 2012; Wonder in Contemporary Art Practices, University of Newcastle, 2013. Besides she gives workshops in relation to her practice and works as a visiting lecturer.
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