Lila-Zoé Krauß
*21.04.1994, Alice Springs, lives and works in Germany.

2021 Sound Studies and Sonic Arts MA (Universität der Künste, Berlin)
2015-2020 BFA HFBK (Hochschule für bildende Künste Hamburg)
Jutta Koether (Painting, installation, performance)
Hanne Loreck (Gender studies, cultural studies)
Hans-Joachim Lenger (Criticial economy)
2019 California Institute of the Arts (Los Angeles)
John Tejada (Music production)

Selected exhibitions and projects:

Your touch makes the waves, Cashmere Radio Exhibition, Berlin
Screening of RI04, Vienna Arts and Poetry Film Festival
“In Zeiten des Verrats”, Literaturfest Nantesbuch
Die Physiker at Schauspielhaus Düsseldorf (Robert Gerloff)
RI0: [Freedom/Fiction] WePresent, Lichthof Theater
RI04: Inge, raise us from the dead! commissioned by Brechtfestival Augsburg
Music score for Medeamterial, Staatstheater Augsburg (Kuttner & Kühnel)

Chaos Computer Club
Rhythm Imprint 01: Detritus of a Memory, HFBK Grad Show
[Freedom/Fiction] album release, Ramona Records Hamburg
Unsound Methods 1: Deadly Vibrations, solo exhibition, Galerie Oel-Früh Hamburg

Guest performance with Chicks on Speed, HKW Berlin
Further Festival, Übel&Gefährlich
2019 There Is No Space, transdisciplinary program, ZOLLO, PARKS, Hamburg
Montez-Press-Radio, concert, New York City
In The Last Resort, collaboration, NAVEL, Los Angeles

HALLO-Festspiele, Hamburg
International Sommerfestival Kampnagel, Hamburg
Live Art Festival Kampnagel, Hamburg

Grants and fundings:
2021 GEMA grant Neustart Kultur
2020 Grant by Musikfonds
(State Minister for Cultural and Media Affairs of the Federal Republic of Germany)
2019 Art-School-Alliance grant, funded by DAAD and the HFBK
2018 Album grant by the Ministry for Culture and Media Hamburg
2017 Promotion by Freundeskreis of HFBK

2021 RI04: Inge, raise us from the dead! short film premiere at Brechtfestival 2021
2020 [Freedom/Fiction] REMIXES, 12″ Vinyl
2020 Deadly Vibrations, Dubplate
2020 [Freedom/Fiction] Debut album, 12″ Vinyl
2017 Young Boys/Too late for the End, 7″ Vinyl

There Is No Time, Poolhaus, group show, Hamburg
Ferdinand Försch & Friends, HALLO-Festspiele, Hamburg
There Is No Time: 48-hour livestream intervention, G20-summit, Hamburg
2017 Flesh Re/volving, installation/performance, Kraftwerk Bille residency, Hamburg
2017 Focal Point Within A Small Garden, group show, Goldsmiths, London
2017 51R3N3N, Thalia-Theater Gaußstraße, Hamburg
2017 Golden Pudel Club, concert, Hamburg

Wir Irgendwo Dahinten, group show, Elektrohaus, Hamburg
FETUS, performance, Lichthoftheater/ Kaltstart Festival, Hamburg