Beatrice Peter Schuett

1986 born in Sofia, Bulgaria, grew up in Berlin


Oct 2016 - present: Academy of Visual Arts, expanded cinema class, Prof Clemens von Wedemeyer, Media Arts, Leipzig, DE
Nov 2015 - June 2015: guest listener in Hito Steyerl's media art class und seminar
series lensbased, University of the Arts, Berlin, DE
Oct 2014 - Oct 2016: Bauhaus-University, Fine Arts, Weimar, DE
Sep 2013 - Sep 2014: Royal Academy of Art (KABK), Fine Arts, The Hague, NL


2017 - Titanik Gallery, Turku, FI
2016 - Het Wilde Weten, Rotterdam, NL

Exhibitions and participations, selection:

2017 - screening of first draft of Promises and Premises, Titanik Gallery, Turku, FI
2016 - event, Pimp My Exhibit, Het Wilde Weten, Rotterdam, NL
2016 - screening at Video Art Festival Miden, Kalamata, GR
2016 - participation with four works at the MUX: Asheville video art festival, NC, USA
2015 - production of group show 'Erzgebirgisches LaserAtomkraftwerk mit Pigmentfenster', SUW, Berlin, DE
2014 - group project Rayuela at Salone del Mobile Milano

Internships and other activities, selection:

2002 - 2004 - 4-month internship with journalist and author Beate Krol
2002 - 6-month internship at youth charity organisation Karuna e.V. online editorial office Zeitdruck, interviews with youth and social workers, documentation
2001 - 2004 - participation in youth rights organization K.R.AE.T.Z.AE.lectures at seminars and conferences in Germany, Tokyo and Copenhagen, cooperation in campaigns, projects, and cinema spots

Jobs, selection:

Mar 2015 - May 2016
Haus Am Horn
Weimar, Am Horn 5
Museum- and exhibition supervisor in first building by the Bauhaus school, built 1923, Unesco world heritage

Apr 2012 - Oct 2013
Deutsche Welle TV
Berlin, Voltastr 6
student production assistant


Having a migrational history that began when her Armenian family escaped the Genocide in the Ottoman Empire 100 years ago to flee to Bulgaria and halted when her mother settled with her in Germany, Beatrice's work is situated within the concept of migration. Meaning not neccessarily is it people that are migrating in her work, but ideas. Forceful migration of people has the dark potential of creating a vacuum of neither here nor there, a liminal state that is difficult to escape, for generations to come, shaping societies subliminally. With this background, Beatrice is attempting to rebuild a fragmented past and is looking in music, psychology, education, cinema and architecture for the kinds of structures that will help support new narratives, identities, buildings and spaces. Beatrice works with an incomplete set of puzzle pieces that do not fit, but within her practice she makes them fit, however not alone. Art is not a singular event, or a lonely effort, it is a lot about working together, organizing and narrating.


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