Leonardo-Campus 2, 48149 Münster, Germany
In 2001, Heike enrolled at the Academy of Fine Arts Münster, where Katharina Fritsch was her mentor. In 2005, Kabisch graduated with a Master of Arts degree from the educational establishment.
167 Renfrew St, Glasgow G3 6RQ, United Kingdom
In 2006, Heike began studying at the Glasgow School of Art, graduating with a Master of Fine Arts degree in 2008.
In 2001, Heike enrolled at the Academy of Fine Arts Münster, where Katharina Fritsch was her mentor. In 2005, Kabisch graduated with a Master of Arts degree from the educational establishment. In 2006, Heike began studying at the Glasgow School of Art, graduating with a Master of Fine Arts degree in 2008.
Since 2017, Heike has been serving as a lecturer in drawing at Burg Giebichenstein University of Art and Design in Halle (Saale), Germany.
During her career, Kabisch has held numerous solo exhibitions, including "Snowy-White, Rosy-Red, Will You Beat Your Lover Dead?", Wewerka Pavillion, Münster (2007), "Do not go gentle into that good night", Projekt Hafenweg 22, Münster (2009), "Frame", Frieze, London (2010), "Deep down into the Ditch", Chert, Berlin (2012), "God made me extremely creative (in all that I do)", Chert, Berlin (2014) and "Frothing, you and I", ChertLüdde, Berlin (2019).
The artist has also taken part in different group exhibitions, including "Le bonheur en été", Reimann Le Bègue Gallery, Düsseldorf (2008), "broken blossoms", Haufekonzept, Cologne (2009), "U-Turn", presentation at ArteBa, Buenos Aires (2011), "Editionshow", Chert, Berlin (2013), "FOAF Berlin", Galerie ChertLüdde, Berlin (2018) and many others.
I told you to be more passionate…/Pose 2
I told you to be more passionate…/Pose 5
I told you to be more passionate…/Pose 1
If you go Bold, I go Bolder
Tropical Petra (Just put your YouTube Player on continuous play and let nature relax you)
In the twigs...
Oh My Lord, I am so bored
The Territory Shape
Landscape with figures
Heike creates figurative installations, where the human body is placed in various scenarios to create allegories about modern society. She uses the concept of the individual to explore human behavior and idiosyncrasies, particularly in the light of the Internet age. Rather than using abstraction and symbolism to reflect on reality, Heike reverses the process, creating familiar scenes, evoking the uncomfortable futility of daily realities.
The artist's works, showed at her exhibition, titled "Frothing, you and I" (2019), represent an investigative process into herself and the inner workings of her studio.