Carolin Eidner (b. 1984) has studied at the Düsseldorf Art Academy and the University of Applied Arts Vienna, under Erwin Wurm. Solo exhibitions include Vanishing Blue in Pursue of Red in Black at Aurel Scheibler in Berlin, Spring of Singularity at Natalia Hug in Cologne, Mugshot at Parkhaus in Düsseldorf, and an exhibition at the Langen Foundation in 2017.
Eidner’s conceptual practice is distinguished by a broad spectrum of media, techniques, materials and her deep interest in the concept of singularity. Examining materials and resulting work processes serve Eidner as means to create enigmas from symbols, to code materials anew, and to refer to potentials that open up beyond established regimes. Eidner looks at relationships between the on-going processes of digitization and dematerialization that results from it and the explicit use of materials from ancient to modern.