Franziska Greber is a Swiss artist
For the past four decades, she has been devoting herself to studies and projects related to domestic and other forms of violence, gender equality and legal issues.
In 2016 she put her focus on Women’s Rights – with using art – and initiated the global and transdisciplinary art project WOMEN IN THE DARK.
She worked as a psychotherapist mainly with survivors of violence, was Co-Head of the Intervention Center against Domestic Violence at the Directorate of Justice and Home Affairs, Canton of Zürich, counseled many organizations at home and abroad, taught at universities and colleges and wrote numerous articles in academic journals and books. She was a speaker at UN events in Geneva and Vienna.
Franziska Greber was involved in many theater projects (one in a Swiss prison), worked as a script-consultant for a documentary movie about depression and for a fictional movie about domestic violence.
Her artworks are based on a variety of media, including installations, photography, videos, text and sound.
Alte Münze | Berlin | Germany | Group Exhibition
Pinakothek der Moderne | Denkraum Deutschland | Munich | Germany | Group Exhibition
Superblock | Winterthur | Switzerland | Solo Show
Baturu Cultural Festival | Beijing & Hongkong | China | digital Group Exhibition
117 Art Center | Ningbo | China | Group Exhibition
Aapravasi Ghat World Heritage Site & Cerne Docks | Port Louis | Mauritius | Solo Show
Anna Göldi Museum | Ennenda | Switzerland | Solo Show
Art Museum | Jiangxi Normal University | Nanchang | China | Group Exhibition
Geely University Art Space | Beijing | China | Group Exhibition
Bond 27 | GIH | Shanghai | China | Group Exhibition
Meixi Hall Art Space | Changsha | China | Group Exhibition
Sisir Mancha Theater | Kolkata | India | Solo Show
Victoria Memorial Hall | Kolkata | India | Solo Show
Crossroads Center Art Space | Beijing | China | Solo Performance
Crossroads Center Art Space | Beijing | China | Group Exhibition
Visiting Artist | pARTage Residency Program | Flic en Flac | Mauritius