In this suite of works, Dräxler approaches the arctic landscape as a cultural phenomenon and considers the ways in which a greater force holds the power to structure its outcomes: to decide who or what can live, and by extension, what must perish in order to maintain its planned or so-called natural order.
Veronika Dräxler booked a Zoom-Séance with medium Ingrid Müller-Farny to contact Joseph Beuys in the realm of spirits on the 12th of May 2021: On this date, Beuys would have turned 100.
The installation at the artist’s first solo show at Galerie GEDOKmuc in Munich, 2019 is inspired by biographical events that are a combination of intense mystical experience, conscious dependence on technology and the artist's multicultural roots from Europe and Latin American.
A catalogue magazine published on the occasion of the artist’s first solo show at Galerie GEDOKmuc in Munich, 2019. It focuses on the mystical encounter with the earth, the self, the body, rituals, syncretism and how to balance the influences of technology and cognitive mining.
An archive of macro photography that documents the repair patches of Berlin underground seats with the pattern design „Urban Jungle“ by Herbert Lindinger and evolves into different dialogues with the public.