Cordula Ditz

One focus of Cordula Ditz’s work is the gender-conscious analysis of artistic and, in the broadest sense, cultural gestures and conventions. The artist uses different media. In addition to video works, she uses installations and large-format paintings. By means of quotations, serial works, collages and repetitions, she examines, among other things, states of behaviour and perception. Aspects of the uncanny and the supernatural play a special role, which she explores using various methods.


Title of the works: Hope Will Never Be Silent


  • 2019 Deichtorhallen/ Falckenberg Collection, Hamburg // Big Medium, Austin/USA // Kunstverein Harburger Bahnhof, Hamburg // Galerie im Marstall, Ahrensburg
  • 2018 Back to Athens, Athens/Greece // Conradi, Hamburg
  • 2017 Cave, Detroit, USA // Conradi, Brussels/Belgium
  • 2016 Club Solo, Breda/Netherlands
  • 2015 Art Rotterdam/Netherlands // Art Cinema OffOff, Filmfest Gent/Belgium
  • 2014 Kunstverein Hamburg // Neues Museum Weserburg, Bremen
  • 2012 Edith Russ Haus für Medienkunst, Oldenburg
  • 2011 Figge von Rosen, Cologne
  • 2010 Collection Falckenberg, Hamburg
  • 2007 Kunsthalle Hambur