Lives and works in Berlin, Germany
In my work, I explore the grid as the purported structure of our lives which needs to be questioned. But order is also automatically inherent in chaos and the classifying construct of our existence - the supposed reality - and is called into question by disruption. Thus, the grid is a guideline, border and obstacle at the same time. I am interested in these contrasts and dichotomies such as order and chaos, repetition and disruption. One cannot exist without the other, both concepts are dependent on each other. This condition, the ambiguities and the resulting tension are guiding questions in my work.
You Can't Always Get What You Want (1)
Into The Right Wounds
Home Away From Home Away
Dinah Kübeck is a visual artist working and living in Berlin, Germany. She grew up in Sweden and Germany, where she studied design, fine art and art history. After her Bachelor’s degree and after a semester at Parsons The New School For Design in New York, she studied painting at the MFA program at MICA in Baltimore.