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Janina Roider
flipflop_greenpro.stl, 2023, flipflop lacquer on FDM 3D print, 110 x 90 x 60 cm

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Janina Roider
jaye_roy_03.ue, 2023, acrylic and archival pigment print on canvas, 140 x 200 cm

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Janina Roider
jaye_roy_paper_02.ue, 2023, acrylic, graphite, oil crayons and archival pigment print on hahnemühle paper, 60 x 50 cm

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Janina Roider
super_woman_12.psd, 2020, acrylic and pigment print on canvas, 110 x 90 cm

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Janina Roider
super_woman_13.psd, 2020, acrylic and pigment print on canvas, 110 x 90 cm

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Janina Roider
fiveminutesoffame_02, 2022, graphite on Hahnemühle paper, 25 x 20 cm

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Janina Roider
fiveminutesoffame_03, 2022, graphite on Hahnemühle paper, 25 x 20 cm

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Janina Roider
sacredwhore.jpg, 2022, graphite on Hahnemühle paper, 20 x 25 cm

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Foto: Christian Kain

Janina Roider

Janina Roider, born in 1986 in Dachau, Germany, currently resides and works in Munich, Germany, and Montalivet, France. She pursued her education at the Munich Academy of Fine Arts, initially studying Art Education under the guidance of Matthias Wähner. Later, she transferred to Günther Förg's class to focus on the Liberal Arts. In 2015, she successfully completed her studies and earned the title of Master Pupil. During the academic year 2010/2011, Roider embarked on a year-long study abroad program at the Glasgow School of Art in Scotland, where she received her Bachelor of Arts degree.

Roider's artistic practice exhibits a distinctive fusion of digital and analogue processes, evident in her formal language. Each of her works originates from a hand-drawn piece, which is subsequently digitized. For her sculptures, this involves creating a digital print, which is then meticulously expanded in a manner reminiscent of the techniques employed by the Old Masters, through the successive application of layers. The next phase entails transforming the digital drawing into a print designed for mass reproduction, serving as Roider's canvas and support.

Foto: Fabian Kammerer