11 November 1959: Born in Menden, Sauerland, NW, Germany
Member of an amateur actor group for two years
1988: Moved to Vienna
1991: Met Friedensreich Hundertwasser for the first time
1993 – 1997: Master class Hundertwasser, painting and art design at the Academy of Fine Arts Vienna
1997 – 1998: Master class Schmalix, painting and art design at the Academy of Fine Arts Vienna
1998: Graduation as Magistra Artium. Diploma in the field of painting of the master class Hubert Schmalix at the Academy of Fine Arts Vienna
Currently resident in Vienna, working as a freelance artist
1991: Master class Hundertwasser exhibition at the WIKA Gallery, Klingenberg am Main, Germany
1992: Private hospital Josefstadt “Confraternität”, Vienna
1992: Master class Hundertwasser exhibition at the event centre Volksheim Köflach, Styria
1994-1996: Reproduction Art Prints master class Hundertwasser-Calendar, Art&Edition Haas, Dornbirn
1995: Art prints exhibition, Kleine Galerie, Vienna
1995-1996: Editions “Art of the master class Hundertwasser” as depicted on packages of oversized matches by company Sirius
1995: International Trade Exhibition for Office Organisation, Vienna
1996: UNO City, Vienna
1996: Cultural centre Wolfgang-Eychmüller, Haus/Vöhringen/Ulm, Germany
1997: Four master schools for painting of the Academy of Fine Arts Vienna at the parliament, Vienna
1997: Forum Börse, Salzgries, Vienna
1998: Gallery Beethovengasse 7 of the Kunstverein (association of the arts) Baden bei Wien; exhibition “Here and Now”
1998: 7 Nights Gallery, gallery station 3
1998: Diversities, Spices & Academies curated by Harald Szeemann, Semper Depot Vienna, Artists’ Residence of the Academy of Fine Arts Vienna
1998: “A Dialogue with Thomas Ender”, copper engraving cabinet of the Academy of Fine Arts Vienna
1998: Award presented by the Vienna Chamber of Commerce, trade and handicrafts department “Master craftspeople school at master craftspeople businesses”
2015: Hospital Rudolfsstiftung, department for plastic and restorative surgery, headed by Univ.-Prof. Maria Deutinger
Outlines, extensive as if cut from cardboard, are starkly typified. The snapshot is a look at the randomness of a mysterious moment.
Set pieces from everyday life are availed of. They merge through the art of painting, creating a new image. Doors to the semi- and sub-conscious, gateways of perception tightly kept shut by everyday life are re-opened. Depicting only the new and nothing but the new ceases to be the sole objective.
Shaped by the effects of imagery, the well-known becomes visible with pragmatic clarity. The fascination of the common in CLEAR FORM is coupled with elements of irony.
The scale of the individual components varies greatly, maintaining their substance. The joy of storytelling dominates the image.
Basic commodities float in the void, suspended in a state free of relations and interactions. Foreground and background shift closer to each other on a single image plane.
A black background serves as an immaterial line. A hole, a gap, empty distance, a NON-SPACE. It cannot be tall and it cannot be deep, it conveys nothing a mind can grasp or think.
It gives us calm and focuses our view on that which matters.
“Jutta came to the Academy because she already was a master.
Master of her own world, master of her own technique:
Coloured crayon on black paper.
Who chooses such difficult means of expressing oneself?
I know none. It requires utmost discipline.
And with these self-imposed barriers, she brings down an alien, Egyptian-like world to us and spreads it out before us.
They are true barriers of beauty wherein one can live like in a kingdom.
They are dark and colourful constellations, arising and emerging from the endlessness of a deep, black void.
They are independent worlds which are self-sufficient, self-maintaining.
Whoever creates such a world is prepared forever.”
19 May 1998