Nadine Städler is a multi-disciplinary working artist using collage as a thinking and working principle. Research in collections, libraries and museums, film and literature as well as her own biography, memory and everyday life form the basis for her works in drawing, text and projection.

Currently she is part of the Transdisciplinary Artistic PhD-Program (Zurich University of the Arts ZHdK, Switzerland and University of Arts Linz, Austria, International Research Center for Cultural Studies). Her PhD-thesis, “Kopfbedeckung und Beinfreiheit” (Headgear and Legroom) is focusing on expertise. In 2023 she has a lectureship in the Department of Art and Music, Art and Art Theory at the University of Cologne, Germany.

Nadine Städler (*1979 Hildesheim, Germany) lives and works in Cologne, Germany. She is mother of a seven year old girl. Nadine Städler holds an M.A. in Contemporary Arts Practice and a diploma in Fine Arts from the Bern University of the Arts, Switzerland and studied two semesters of Earth Sciences at the University of Hannover, Germany. She has exhibited at venues such as Kunsthalle Bern, Centre PasquArt Biel, Kunsthaus Langenthal, Kunsthaus Baselland, Städtische Galerie Bremen, Städtische Galerie Delmenhorst, Kunstverein Springhornhof, among others. She also was recipient of the residental grant Stuhr-Heiligenrhode (2010), a promotional award from the Aeschlimann-Corti scholarship (2010) and the Hirschmann scholarship (2008).