The diverse practice of Johanna Tinzl, which employs a variety of mediums, is based on a sensitive and often collaborative examination of particular histories, which she connects to collective memories and to politically driven processes of representation.

By doing so, she makes visible the infiltration of the political into every body and into everyday life.

Using both fictional and documentary approaches and embracing polyphony, her work constantly rereads and contradicts monolithic fabrications of history.

Text: Anne Faucheret