Hito Steyerl

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Hito Steyerl (born 1966, Munich) has produced a variety of work as a filmmaker and author in the field of essayist documentary video. Her principal topics of interest are media and the global circulation of images. In 2004 she participated in Manifesta 5, The European Biennial of Contemporary Art. She also participated in documenta 12, Kassel 2007, Shanghai biennial 2008, and Gwangju and Taipeh biennials 2010 and was the subject of numerous solo exhibitions [1] throughout Europe. In addition, Steyerl holds a PhD in Philosophy, is a professor for media art at the University of Arts Berlin and has taught film and theory at (amongst other institutions) Goldsmiths College and Bard College, Center for Curatorial Studies.



  • Demos, TJ. "Traveling Images: Hito Steyerl." Artforum (Summer 2008): 408-413.
  • Gerhardt, Christina. "Transnational Germany: Hito Steyerl's Die leere Mitte and 200 Years of Border Crossings." Women in Germany Yearbook 22 (2007): 205-223.
  • Ryan, Bartholomew. 9 Artists. Walker Art Center, 2013.

Selected Writings[edit]


The Wretched of the Screen (2013) http://www.sternberg-press.com/?pageId=1398