Kathrin Hunze works as media artist at the intersections of different forms of staging in the context of the moving image. Her artistic research focuses on the exploration of processes and mechanisms of new technologies and their effects in complex systems.
Hunze studied communication design with a focus on time-based media and sound design at the Hamburg University of Applied Sciences, 2016, is a graduate of the Art and Media programme at the Berlin University of the Arts, 2019, and a ‚Meisterschüler‘ of the Art and Media programme at the Berlin University of the Arts, 2020. She was Artist in Residence at Q21 Vienna for Paraflows, Artist in Residence at raumondemand, 2021 and at the Institute for Electronic Music and Acoustics (IEM) Graz, 2019.
As a lecturer she teaches for the departments of art and media, fashion design, computation & design as well as communication design at the Berlin University of the Arts, the Hamburg University of Applied Sciences and the Berlin University of the Popular Arts.
Her works have been exhibited in Berlin, Paris, Linz, London, Shanghai and New York. She is board member of the Medienkunstverein Berlin and member of the collectives KateHack, raumperspektive and S4NTP. Her media art installations and performances have been presented at the CTM Festival Vorspiel/Transmediale, Ars Electronica, Centre Pompidou, West Bund Museum (Shanghai).