lives and works in Vancouver
contact: dhanitzsch[at]

Emily Carr University of Art + Design, Vancouver, Canada, BFA Visual Arts, 2019
University of the Arts, Berlin, Germany, Klasse Thomas Zipp, 2017
HTWK Leipzig, Multimedia Technology (B.Eng)

Freie.Performance.Praxis supported by NETZWERK KREATIV HfBK Dresden, Jan – Dec 2018

Kunstgilde Hanse3 e.V., Dresden, Feb – Dec, 2018


Faces, BINGLE Studio, Vancouver, Canada

Thirsty feather, BINGLE Studio, Vancouver, Canada
Vancouver Art Book Fair Fundraiser

In Transit, Toast Collective, Vancouver, Canada
B O O K R E L E A S E Freie.Performance.Praxis, Galerie Stephanie Kelly, Dresden, Germany
All This Time, Number 3 Gallery, Vancouver, Canada
Group Show, Gnome Garden Space, Surrey, Canada

CUT, Neighbourhood Gallery, Vancouver, Canada
Base and Space, Weltclub Dresden, Dresden, Germany
The Show, Emily Carr University, Vancouver, Canada

Außerdem, Galerie Hanse 3, Dresden, Germany
One for the devil, Rudolfstraße 7, Dresden, Germany
Ropes, L a V I L A L A V I L A V I L A L A L A, LaVila, Prag, Czech Republic
ritual, Rudolfstraße 7, Dresden, Germany
form/form/form/form/body/body/body/body/body/body/body, Galerie Stephanie Kelly, Dresden, Germany
Leaning Out of Windows – Step One Exhibition, Michael O’Brian Exhibition Commons, Vancouver, Canada

Space Warming, Emily Carr University, Vancouver, Canada
Hot Dog, Parking Spot Projects, Vancouver, Canada
Rundgang, University of the Arts, Berlin, Germany
S.P.A.C.E., Concourse Gallery, Vancouver, Canada

Don’t Spill Your Coffee, Library Emily Carr University, Vancouver, Canada
Loving Is Easy, That’s Why So Many People Do, Concourse Gallery, Vancouver, Canada
Sculptures, 211A, Vancouver, Canada
The New Salon, Concourse Gallery, Vancouver, Canada

Pigeon Project, 178c, Vancouver, Canada
Emily Carr Commons – Imagining our Future, Vancouver, Canada

Knife Room, Abraham J. Rogatnick Media Gallery, Vancouver, Canada

2016 -2018
Research Project Artist – Leaning out of Windows (LOoW) – Emily Carr University of Art + Design
LOoW is a four-year SSHRCC funded interdisciplinary art and science project, involving four phases between 2016-2020. It involves co-designing, testing, and analyzing models of collaboration for art and science. Participants include Emily Carr University’s faculty, art students, visiting artists + physicists, post-doctoral researchers and graduate students working at TRIUMF, Canada’s national laboratory for particle and nuclear physics and accelerator-based science located at the University of British Columbia


2020 – Freie.Perfomance.Praxis – Neubearbeitung
2019 – Freie.Performance.Praxis 2018
2018 – Violent Thoughts
2018 – The Chocolate Jar
2017  – behind curtain response one, Woo Publication, Emily Carr University of Art + Design
2016  – The day I realised time doesn’t exist, Selection of 37 public facebook images of the class HUMN-311-F001-2016


2020 – Freie.Performance.Praxis 2018
2017  – S.P.A.C.E., Exhibition catalogue
2016  – Sculptures, Exhibition catalogue


2017 – Brissenden Scholarship
2016 – Takao Tanabe Scholarship


2018 GEH8 Kunstraum und Ateliers e.V., Dresden, Germany, Curatorial Assistant
2016 -2017 Emily Carr University of Art + Design, Research Assistant – LOoW Leaning out of Windows