Dresden - Vienna - Seoul ︎

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Current Projects:

-Participating artist of Transcultural Academy 2023, Japanisches Palais, Staatliche Kunstsammlungen Dresden, Germany


Stichting Destination Unknown 2023
Artist Residency & Exhibition former Philips Factory, Roermond, Netherlands

Moon Jar Project
Diplom Exhibition, Oktogon, HfBK Dresden

Chasing Waterfalls 
-Two Head Problem 
Senatsaal, HfBK, Dresden, Germany 


어 White Tiger 
Studio Class Philipsz, Pfotenhauerstraße, HfBK Dresden, Germany

Broken White Noise 
Weiße Gasse, Dresden, Germany

Whipped White Tale
Weiße Gasse, Dresden, Germany 

Eclipse Radio 
Radio International
Manifesta 14, Prishtina, Kosobo

Adonia Adonia
Jahresausstellung Class Philipsz, HfBK Dresden, Germany

Jahresausstellung Class Philipsz, HfBK Dresden, Germany 

Künstlerische Intervention mit Collectiv, Galerie Ladøns, Hamburg, Germany

음차연대 Tea Ceremony
Stressless Space, Academy of Fine Art, Vienna, Austria


Bak Byung Cheon
Radio International
Senatsaal, HfBK Dresden, Germany

Porzellan zerbricht doch
The Sixth Sense
HfBK Dresden, Germany

Temple of Void
The Sixth Sense
HfBK Dresden, Germany

White Archive Project (installation)
Die Angewandte Festival
Die Angewandte, Vienna, Austria

White Archive Project (digital)
We Send You This rgb(45, 116, 249)
digital format exhibition

Eclipse Radio 

(Radio International, Manifesta 14, Pristina)


sound installation with radio transmitter and speaker inside the kiosk booth


Eclipse Radio is a fictive propaganda radio station that is broadcast from the Moon to the planet Earth. The broadcast is from a time in the future when the Moon is estimated to exert the greatest tidal force on the earth, as it does cyclically every 18.6 years. It signifies the human climate catastrophe amplified with the natural phase of the moon, which in the piece is metaphorically described as a war between Moon and Earth.

The content of the radio refers to earlier voices of propaganda broadcasters, such as Tokyo Rose, Hanoi Hanna, and Axis Sally. And the announcer's voices are generated by the AI Voices with Text to Speech program. The name of the female personal Artemis is inspired by NASA’s lunar exploration program, which in part is planned for its spaceflight with female astronauts for the first time in

Guglielmo Marconi, the pioneer of radio, suggested that sound once generated never die, they fade but they continue to reverberate as sound waves across the universe. This evocative idea has been the inspiration for the project Radio International, a series of radio transmitted sound works that will be broadcast during Manifesta 14, Prishtina, Kosovo.

Students from Hochschule für Bildende Künste Dresden (HfBK) have been working in close collaboration with students from the Faculty of Arts at Universiteti I Prishtinës and the Kosovo Amateur Radio Association (SHRAK) to develop a series of radio transmitted sound works which will be broadcast from the 9th floor of Grand Hotel Pristina to a recently restored Saša J. Mächtig K67 kiosk located on Zahir Pajaziti Square in the centre of Prishtina.

As this edition of Radio International takes place in Kosovo, we developed works that have close connection to this context. Themes of fragmentation and separation run through most of the works in Radio International. Some works were developed as collaborations while others seek to traverse boundaries and borders. While most transmission art is made to be experienced at home or from a private location we set out to produce transmission art is made to be experienced at home or from a private location we set out to produce installations in the public realm. Both the Grand Hotel and the K67 kiosk are iconic architectural features of the region, both structures figure prominently in the public consciousness and create a unique framework for this presentation of Radio International. Fragments of my own work You Are Not Alone (2009) will be interspersed between each of the students works.

Susan Philipsz