Annique Delphine

b. Germany, 1979

The multidisciplinary artist Annique Delphine explores feminism, sexuality and female identity within her work. Delphine's works are mostly interactive, like her edible installation „The Last Supper“ 2017 in Berlin. In her internationally popular „Boob-Head“ workshops together with the participants she creates oversized breasts which can be worn on one’s head. The boob-heads present the ultimate symbol of motherhood to the public and within social networks, where censorship of women’s bodies is excessive. „Reclaim the Feminine“ is the theme that is ever present within her works. With her short film "Objectify Me" she was in the official selection of the „Blow Up - International Arthouse Film Fest“ and „Miami Short Film Festival“, 2017. With her film „PLETHORA“ she won Best Experimental Film at both the Verona International Film Festival (2016) and the Toronto Arthouse Film Festival (2016)