Prof. Tina Haase
Academic Career and Research Areas
Sculptor Tina Haase (b. 1957) explores the qualities and properties of places, objects and spaces. She examines how the specific physical, visual or sociological context inspires works of art like objets, installations, architectural sculpture, performances and short films. Prof. Haase initially studied German language and literature and pedagogy in Cologne.
From 1979, she studied art at academies in Münster and Dusseldorf, where she was a master student of Fritz Schwegler. Travel bursaries enabled her to work in the USA and Italy. Her work is internationally renowned thanks to regular exhibitions in Germany, Italy, Spain, Belgium, the USA, the Netherlands, Austria and Poland. In addition to her sculptural work, she created a number of short films in the 1980s (Paranose Produktion ) and devised space-oriented choreography in the 1990s. In 2004, she became design lecturer at Niederrhein University of Applied Sciences. In 2007, she became full professor of visual design in TUM’s Faculty of Architecture.
- Barkenhoff Stipendium (2004/2007)
- Kunst am Bau Wettbewerb des Landes Brandenburg (2002)
- Förderkoje Art Cologne (1993)
- Chargesheimer Preis der Stadt Köln (1992)
- Jahresstipendium des Kultusministers NRW (1989)
Haase T: Zunächst sachlich. Köln: Galerie Ulrich Mueller, 2011.
Haase T: "Wieviel Farbe kannst du noch ertragen?“ In: All colours permitted as long as they don`t interfere with business, Editor: Galerie für zeitgenössische Kunst BWA, Kattowitz, Polen, 2008.
Haase T: „How to start?“. Generalist, Magazin für Architektur. 2008; 0: 26-31.Abstract
Haase T: Der geringste Widerstand. Editor: Galerie Ulrich Mueller, Köln.