Tin Wilke is an interdisciplinary artist and filmmaker from East Berlin whose work focuses on collective memory, dissident practice and speculative imagery of counter-narratives. Working mainly collaboratively at the intersection of digital new media, organic material and found footage within installations, gatherings, stages and experimental film, Tin’s hybrid practice questions the binary and exploitative modes of production within patriarchal structures.
Tin studied art and media at the Berlin University of the Arts (UdK) and has a Master’s degree in Theatre with New Media and Interactivity from the Universidad Nacional de las Artes (UNA) in Buenos Aires. Wilke forms part of the queer performance collective CC_Lab and is a board member of the association for social-ecological change (VSOW e.V.) as well as a member of the Mkv Berlin Media Art Association (medienkunst e.V.).