Architektur, Installation / Objektkunst, Performance / Aktionskunst, Relief, Skulptur
Bildung:Maryland Institute College of Art (MICA), Sculpture, MFA
Noa Heyne (b. 1982, Israel) is a multidisciplinary artist based in Berlin. She creates site-specific installations that emphasize the physical involvement of the viewers, and are influenced by marionette theater and architecture. Heyne studied painting and comparative literature in Jerusalem, and received her MFA in sculpture from the Maryland Institute College of Art (2017), where she also held a position as an adjunct professor in 2018. She attended several residencies around the world, among them the Acre Residency, Wisconsin, USA (2018), the ZK/U residency, Berlin (2019), and Culture Zone residency, Wroclaw, Poland (2020). Heyne is the recipient of a number of awards, among them the LABA Berlin fellowship (2021), the Stiftung Zurückgeben Projektstipendium (2019), the Baker Artists Award nomination (2018), and the MICA LAB award (2017).
Recent exhibitions include: GHOSTS, duo show with Jens Brand, galerie weisser elefant, Berlin 2022; Replace the Space, duo show with John Von Bergen, Kommunale Galerie Berlin, 2022; UX, duo show with Anna Mirkin, Neun Kelche, Berlin 2022; Undercurrent, Installation at the White Stork Mikvah, Breslau, Poland, 2020; Pending Placement, Installation on the Kulturzug, Berlin-Breslau, 2019; Moving Walls, Installation and dance performance, the Peale Center for history and architecture, Baltimore, USA, 2018; Posthumous Adaptations, CulturalDC, Washington D.C, 2018;