Sybille Neumeyer is a multimedia artist, designer and researcher based in Berlin. She has a background in art history, linguistics, ethnology and visual communication. Through her art works and participatory workshops she investigates environmental issues and relationships between humans and non-humans. Her interest in various disciplines like biology, history of science, anthropology, botany and geology informs and opens new perspectives for her work, often resulting in collaboration and exchange with scientists. Currently Sybille Neumeyer is guest researcher at the Museum für Naturkunde Berlin and artist fellow at the IASS Institute for Advanced Sustainability Studies Potsdam with focus on more-than-human health.
Recent projects: "souvenirs entomologiques" for "Critical Zones - Observatories for Earthly Politics"/ZKM Karlsruhe and "voicing encounters - a narrative cartography of virus" as part of "Contagious Cities: KOEXISTENZ"//Museum für Naturkunde Berlin.