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Amazon*in itsmybody, 2020. 


R. Electra Ehrenberg

The central question of my work and title of my germanwide tour is "Who is (not) protected by human rights?"

As a scientist I give lectures and workshops. For instance, in 2024 I have a teaching assignment at the University of Witten/Herdecke.

I am working as an artist what includes tattooing, painting and doing exhibitions,

as an art mediator I am working for international exhibitions or in cooperation with individual artists.

Besides I am head of our social NGO GÄNG e.V., to which a donation goes with every tattoo, and I am active in various political and activist organizations.


Interdisciplinary means that the different projects are connected and that this generates value. Actually, the disciplines I work in are seen as separate from each other.

I am mixing them so that there is a positive interaction - they enhance each other.

Every project is only possible through people who get involved, for example by wearing solidarity-tattoos. Every single one of you is irreplaceable!

Museum für Kunst & Gewerbe Hamburg

Deutscher Pavillon der 58. Biennale Arte di Venezia

Hamburger Bahnhof | Staatliche Museen zu Berlin

documenta fifteen

documenta 14



Schwules Museum

Kristin Hjellegjerde Gallery Berlin

Auktionshaus Grisebach

Galerie Martin Mertens

Ruine der Franziskaner Klosterkirche

Supernova Magazin

Deutsche Nationalbibliothek

Amnesty International

Bündnis Studierende gegen Rechts

Seebrücke Leipzig

Ende Gelände


Zentrum für Politische Schönheit


KinderKulturMonat Berlin

Official Shelter for LGBTI Refugees Treptow-Köpenick


All the tattoos I am wearing are inked by me.

I even tattooed my arm, but there are places on my body, I cannot reach. However, those tattoos were drawn, designed and placed only by me and tattooed 1:1.


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