Claudia Hill is a cross-disciplinary artist who creates objects for personal encounters.

Her subject is the body in relation to textile, performance, and community-building. Her oeuvre ranges from film-making over costume design and drawings to an artists’ book and visual performances, e.g. at ZKM or Centre Pompidou. Her work is regularly seen at HAU Berlin, where, most recently, she was part of Unacknowledged Loss.

Hill is a member of the artist group Supernova, which formed around the interdisciplinary performance Sketches/Notebook, originally conceived by frequent collaborator Meg Stuart. As a costume designer, she is commissioned by the likes of choreographer William Forsythe or the New York based ensemble The Wooster Group and has contributed to artists’ films by Michaël Borremans and Boris Achour.

In the ‘90s, Claudia moved to NYC from Germany for a 3-months dance program and ended up staying for 13 years. There she began to build her career as a designer and to present her collections in diverse multi-media events during New York Fashion Week and in Japan with a wide range of artistic collaborations. Since 2008 she is based in Berlin.




Unacknowledged Loss—creation of the ritual Softcore upon invitation by Barbara Raes and HAU, Berlin


Katapult: Volumes II-III—performance with Antonija Livingstone (CAN), Live Arts Week VI, Ex GAM, Bologna


Kŏn′voi′—artist film with international upcoming screenings


Triangles—Developing a Toolset for Ephemeral Sculptures


Traveling Poncho—editor and initiator of a durational book project in collaboration with international artists (Rirkrit Tiravanija, Mark Borthwick, Takashi Homma, Takehito Koganezawa, AA Bronson and others), worldwide, ongoing


Stitching Collective—commissioned by Foundation for Movement Notation to complete one of Noa Eshkol’s wall carpets, now at Neugerriemschneider, Berlin.


Tape Graffiti—visual interventions in association with Damaged Goods Productions, Centre Pompidou, Paris; Buda Kunstencentrum, Kortrijk; Machsan 2, Tel Aviv


Moments—visual concept and performance in collaboration with Meg Stuart (USA, choreographer), ZKM Karlsruhe


Wasserwünsche—installation and performance in collaboration with Nelly Agassi (Israel/USA, artist), and Ori Drummer (Israel, musician), Art Forum Berlin.


~ISM—installation, participation in an exhibition for the opening of The Lincoln Modern, Singapore.


Colorlab—installation and performance in collaboration with Ariko Inaoka (Japan, photographer). DUMBO Arts Center, Brooklyn.



The Battlefield Nurse—work-in-progress performance by Jeremy Wade (USA). Gessnerallee, Zurich; B-Sides Festival, Luzern; ImPulsTanz Vienna; e.a.


Tanz im August, Internationales Festival Berlin—key visual (poster, program, magazine), Berlin


On The Rocks—performance sculpture by Lucie Tuma (Switzerland), Gessnerallee, Zurich


7 Dialogs—dance performances composed by Matteo Fargion in collaboration with Ivo Dimchev, Tim Etchells, Beth Gill, Étienne Guilloteau, Hetain Patel, Lucy Suggate, and the Dance On Ensemble. Holland Dance Festival, Den Haag; HAU, Berlin; Theater im Pfalzbau, Ludwigshafen; San Sebastian, Schauspiel Frankfurt e.a.


Korinna und Jörg—documentary performance by Laurie Young (Canada/ Berlin), Sophiensäle, Berlin


Hunter—costumes and visuals for Meg Stuart (USA, choreographer) at HAU, Berlin; La Biennale di Venezia, Venice; Centre Pompidou, Paris; Kaaitheater, Brussels; deSingel, Antwerp; Münchner Kammerspiele; Gessnerallee, Zurich; La Bâtie Festival, Geneva; PACT Zollverein, Essen; Usine C, Montreal; REDCAT, Los Angeles; Tanzquartier Wien, Vienna e.a.


Sketches/Notebook—costumes, visuals and performance for Meg Stuart (USA/ Germany) and collective. HAU, Berlin; Centre Pompidou, Paris; Ashkal Alwan, Beirut; Münchner Kammerspiele; Kunstencentrum Vooruit, Ghent; Kaaitheater, Brussels; MuseumsQuartier, Vienna; Gessnerallee, Zurich; Holland Festival, Amsterdam; PACT Zollverein, Essen e.a.


Untitled—artist film by Michaël Borremans (Belgium, artist) and Meg Stuart (USA, choreographer)


Séances—artist film and exhibition by Boris Achour (France, artist). La Triennale, Paris


Breaking the Circle—dance/fashion film with Meg Stuart (USA, choreographer), JF Carly (Belgium, camera) and Waldemar Pokromski (Poland, award- winning make-up). Screened at film festivals in Los Angeles, Hong Kong, Amsterdam, Burgundy e.a.


Look Stranger—feature film by Arielle Javitch with Anamaria Marinca (Romania/UK, lead actress), Michael Simmonds (USA, camera), shot in Serbia, premiered at Toronto International Film Festival


Hamlet—The Wooster Group. Performed in New York, São Paulo, Edinburgh, Amsterdam, Berlin, Los Angeles, Barcelona, Santiago e.a.


Poor Theater—The Wooster Group. Performed in New York, Los Angeles, Brussels, Berlin, Warsaw e.a.


Decreation—William Forsythe (USA, choreographer), Ballet Frankfurt. Performed in Frankfurt, New York, Paris, London, Zurich, Amsterdam, Berlin e.a.


numerous theatre and film productions, among others All my Sons with Arthur Miller (USA) at the Roundabout Theatre, Broadway, NYC


Rent—co-design for original production, Broadway and U.S. tour


Admission to United Scenic Artists of America



Presentations of Limited Edition Collection in Berlin, Paris, Tel Aviv, Brussels


Presentation through Eo Bocci (Ann Demeulemeester, Rick Owens, Alexander McQueen) in Paris

Presentation in Tokyo


Shop opening in Berlin

Official Member of German ASEM delegation, representing German design at ASEM 5 in Vietnam


Exclusive contract with Japanese distributor Look Inc., Tokyo (Marc Jacobs, Christophe Lemaire e.a.)

Show at New York Fashion Week. Art direction by Daisuke Nakayama (Japan, artist), choreography by Guta Hedewig (USA, choreographer)


Film project with Daisuke Nakayama (Japan, artist) and Ariko Inaoka (Japan, photographer), presented at 7th on Sixth, New York Fashion Week

Presentation in Tokyo through Look Inc.

Show at New York Fashion Week. Art Direction by Asymptote Architecture (USA), Music by Skuli Sverrisson (USA/Iceland).


Installation and presentation during New York Fashion Week

Presentation in Tokyo through Look, Inc.


Formation of own company to develop and distribute signature and derivative collection

Documentary about Claudia Hill by NHK, Japanese state television