Lisa Kreuziger is a visual artist who mainly works in painting and installation.
Her work explores the realms of visual and social interaction and reflects her perception of the world around her. Like many contemporary artists, she considers the ideas behind her work as important as the finished object. Key to the understanding of her work is its thematic content.
As a painter, she draws from a wide range of visual vocabulary and works across the spectrum of contemporary abstraction. Her color palette, a key element to her pictorial language, is bright, intense, and often sharply contrasted.
While her early paintings were completely non-objective, gestural, and intuitive, her later series adhere to the principles of conceptual abstraction.
More recently, she has broadened her mode of art practice and display of artwork. Striving to make her art more of an immersive experience for the audience, she created installations that invite the viewer to enter the artwork's space and engage with it.
The artist has lived and worked in the US, the UK, and Germany. Internationally sharing experiences with other artists over decades has profoundly influenced her way of working and her artistic perspective.
A graduate of Goethe University Frankfurt, Germany, Lisa Kreuziger promoted trans-national projects and bilingual education for many years. She was a Director of Studies for Arts and Languages before exclusively focusing on her career as a visual artist in 2008.
Recognized as an internationally working artist by the IAA – International Association of Art, she is affiliated with Space 36, an experimental art space in London, TAP - The Artists' Pool, and with ARTful, a London-based art consultancy. While living in London (2011 -2019), she also was an active member of the Espacio Gallery.
Her work has been exhibited internationally and can be found in many private collections.
Currently, Kreuziger is based in Germany and lives between Marburg and London.