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November 2023


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Annis Entdeckungen at RBB-Mediathek

Photos by Marga van den Meydenberg

Editing by me

October 2023


As a fat person there are often situations in which I have to deal with accessibility. Most chairs in public places like bistros and restaurants are made for thinner people and when I feel too ashamed to ask for a chair without armrests or when they just don’t have other options I often sit very uncomfortable. People then sometimes look at me like “What? Just sit down!” Well my ass is not made of jelly. It doesn’t adjust to the chair and being squeezed in isn’t just making it very hurtful for my legs but also makes it nearly impossible to reach the table proberly or to eat. Well I shouldn’t be doing that anyway, right?

To adress this issue I met with the wonderful Izabela Nowak for a coffee at Hackescher Markt and instead of forcing myself into this chair I stood on top, wore it like a bagpack, put it on my head and let me tell you this:

Shot by Marga van den Meydenberg

Berlin – Hackescher Markt, October 2023


Nude calender 2022, Janurary, Lara Verheijden, body love, photography, nude art, lake, see, model,

December 2023


My Pentecost Dress (worn as Skirt) and Lace-Leggings presented by Francesca Zangrillo

My Pink-Flesh Earrings and the red Lid-Earrings presented by Janina Nagel and @so.ambrosia

Photos by Dariia Naumenko, Michael Wittig, NEO.Fashion, @so.ambrosia and 1000Staffords

March 2022


This was a project for Become A-Ware to reveal how onlineshops handle their returns. When we order online and send items back, they mostly won’t sort them back in stock. The returns go directly to companies who are paid for burning or shredding them or send them to foreign countries as an unasked “donation”. Become A-Ware and supporting designers, like me, order from several shops, in this case it was Ulla Popken, redesign and change the items and send them back with a note to the person opening the return package. If they answer we would know that they check the income, but unfortunately most shops just answer with the payback of the money we spend on the purchase. That’s why this X-BRA is lost somewhere in the big hole of retours, maybe its already burned… we’ll probably never know.

Berlin, November 2021


Kollektion aus Alttextil, Müll, Lingerie, sexy, Kritik an Kirche, Mode,

By learning my body is ok how it is because it’s my most important instrument to move myself, to feel and to live I started to understand that I am worthy to be heard and am able to express myself. By writing texts and making music I can use my experiences to talk about issues that bother me like femisnism, capitalism, racism or the injustices in catholic church.

All items are unique pieces and are made of material from deadstock, are discharged or secondhand bought. Old upholstery, thongs, curtains, ropes, rubber cords and pantyhose are collected, cleaned carefully and reanimated. If you are interested let me know via a mail to quest@a-fat-future.com.

Upcycling designs made by me

Photos shot and edited by me

Berlin, Mai 2021


Credits: 100% Geiler 21/1 the left feminist superwomen
Photo: Katharina Schäffer
Light-Art:Tatjana *Peng Zchei
Hair/ Make Up: Franziska Truberg
Artdirection / Styling: Margarete Lou Geisler
Model Dimakatso. & Visophkatos.
Jewlery: Hair clips, Earrings, Chains @byhumanhand & @afatfuture


If we love this planet the aim of all our work should be the sustainable and responsible use of available resources.

With this in mind, I made it my mission to breathe new life into these materials, which nobody wants anymore and then ends up as trash on our streets. I stroll through my neighborhood, secondhand stores and my own trash and clean and collect what I find.

With love, dedication and craftsmanship I create trendy, colorful, screaming IT-pieces that are guaranteed to have a story to tell.


I got supported from Become A-Ware to make a musicvideo for my own song which is called „Teile aus der Glut“ (english: „parts from the embers“) written in 2020. In the song I address topics such as the destruction of online-returns, overconsumption and the dangers of fast fashion production and how we can chance the system by chancing our own behavior by recycle, upcycle and repair our old clothes.

For years now, next to my intention to show people that nobody has to be ashamed for their body, I try to create awareness of the massive OVERCONSUMPTION in fashion. During my time at Bis es mir vom Leibe fällt I also had the chance to perform my song at streetperformances like at that rainy day at Alexanderplatz where I was playing ukulele, singing through a megaphone and carrying a backpack with a train of old textiles I got from work and Textilhafen Berlin.

Photo by Joachim Gern

Berlin, summer 2020


We live in a world where we are often told that we as individuals cannot chance anything. We are too small, too stupid or too different. But I say we always have to try at least. No action is too small. We all influence each other – constantly.

A lot of things go wrong and we need to be able to talk about climate chance, alternativ systems to capitalism and equal human rights without being judged as being exaggerating, hysteric or loud. We all have a voice. No matter how much we weight, which gender we identify with, how much money we have or where we come from. We all are on an equal footing or at least we should try to get there – constantly.

Once child labor was normal, once women having no rights was normal, once slavery was normal. Normal is no good thing and status quo must chance – constantly.

So use your voice whenever you can.

Post by Der Tagesspiegel, photo by Lisa Kim Nguyen

Berlin, 2019