Astrid Pawlowitzki




Sep 2000 – Dec 2001

MA (Hons) Design for Interactive Media, Middlesex University, London.

Pass obtained.

Sep 1997 – Jun 2000

BA (Joint Hons) Fine Art, Drama and Theatre Art. Middlesex University, London.

Class 2i obtained.

Sep 1996 – Jun 1997

Fine Art Foundation Diploma. Central St. Martins College of Art & Design, London.

Pass with Distinction achieved.

Oct 1995 – July 1996

History of Art, English and Philosophy.

Ruhr University Bochum, Germany.

Sep 1992 – Nov 1992

Work experience in Industrial Design at Sieger Design in Sassenberg, Germany.

Oct 1990 – May 1992

Schillergymnasium High School in Münster, Germany.

Fine Art, German, History and Mathematics Abitur (Equivocal to A level). Grade 3.1.



A substantial part of my work within the art industry was dedicated to selling artwork which involved organizing, planning and managing exhibitions which centred around dealing with people such as gallerists, curators, artists and customers.

During my studies I established a strong relationship with a number of clients upon which I have frequently produced commissioned work. These include companies such as Danielle Arnaud Gallery and Hirschl Contemporary Art.

Aug 2002

Exhibition curated by Stuckism

International at Home House, London.

30 Jan – 3 Mar 2002

"5 by 5", exhibition at Hirschl Contemporary Art, London.

1 Jul – 29 Jul 2001

"A Month in the Garden", exhibition at the Museum of Garden History, London.

4 May – 10 Jul 2001

"Bittersweet", group exhibition at Danielle Arnaud Gallery, London.

16 Sep 2000

"Liquid Light" video premier viewing at the Tate Gallery, London.

27 Jul – 1 Aug 2000

"Frame" Exhibition at the Candid Arts Gallery, London.

Jul 2000

Proposal for a web-site directly with the Tate Gallery in London.

May 2000

Viewing of the video "Write on …" at the 291 Gallery, London.

Feb 1998

2 week exhibition of video installation "Tame-tation" at the Lux Cinema, London.



Jan 2000

Shortlisted for the MAC 2000 Fine Art Exhibition in November 2000 in Paris, France.

May 1998 – Jun 1998

Shortlisted for the UK Digital Print Award 1998.

Feb 1998

Student Video Competition, Lux Centre, London.