Niña Lilli Lerch is a transdisciplinary artist who started her studies in the Site-Specific Art class of Paul Petritsch and continues now in the Painting and Animation class of Judith Eisler at the Angewandte in Vienna. As a neurodivergent artist, Lerch’s work explores the cycle of procrastination, hyper fixation, and symptom-based shame, bringing together personal experience and knowledge based on scientific data. Formally, she works with painting, sculpture, and ceramics, which together create situations and environments that subtly communicate the process behind her work — an unobserved performance.

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