Kerstin Schroedinger is an artist working with video, sound and text. Her historiographic practice questions the means of film production, historical continuities and ideological certainties of representation. Her films and curatorial practice are often collaborative. Recent films include Fugue (2015), as well as Rainbow’s Gravity (2014), Red, she said (2011) both with Mareike Bernien. Her work has been shown at the Whitney Museum of American Art, MIT List Visual Arts Center Boston (2016), FMAC Mediathèque Genve (2016), The School of Kyiv – 2nd Kiev Biennale 2015, Forum Expanded of Berlinale, Short ٍFilm Festival Oberhausen, International Film Festival Toronto, amongst others.