Frauke Boggasch was trained as a conceptual painter but also works in the fields of film, photography and writing. Frauke studied painting, graphics and object art at the Academy of Fine Arts Nuremberg and the Hungarian Academy of Fine Arts, Budapest. Frauke explores ideas of; production and consumption, critiques the end of art, gender and social background as well as the myth of the painter. She likes to combine theoretical interests, which include Japanese pop and the underground, with experimental studio practice.

Her work has been shown at Bregenzer Kunstverein, Bregenz, Austria; Villa Dessauer, Bamberg; Musée d’Art Moderne Saint-Etienne, France; and Daejeon Museum of Art, Daejeon, Korea. Her most recent lectures include; “The Portrait of the Artist as…”, University of Arts, Berlin (2017), with a film component, “We don't care about music anyway”, a voyage of discovery into Tokyo’s avant-garde music scene, ACUD Macht NEU, Berlin (2017). Frauke lives and works in Berlin.