In her artworks Angela Kaisers reflects on people‘s behavior within structures of power and in situations of emotional conflict. She looks at past historical events and current incidents alike, exposes recurring constellations and patterns and discusses how the conscious present is configured and in which ways it can be and is being reprogrammed.

The creative process or method of production of Angela’s works includes researching biographies, events and (non-)fictional narratives, accumulating image material, twisting and manipulating her finds, turning them into new schemes and storylines that question what we comfortably have taken for granted. To visually and aesthetically support her observations she employs highly charged techniques, like embroidery and photography.

Angela Kaisers studied Fine Arts with emphasis in photography in San Francisco and Amsterdam (B.F.A, Gerrit Rietveld Academie) and Art in Context in Berlin (M.A., University of the Arts Berlin). Her work has been shown in Berlin, San Francisco and throughout Europe (e.g. Amsterdam, Prague, Madrid); she has curated exhibitions in Berlin and Budapest.
Angela lives and works in Berlin.