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This private web archive collects selected small-scale works and works on paper such as drawings, sketches, doodles, process-oriented documents and small sculptures by Friedrich Andreoni, making them available to friends, collectors, and people who wish to support, collect or have a deeper insight in Andreoni’s research. It also keeps track of the current location of the works in the world and what collection, if any, they are in.


Friedrich Andreoni is an Italian-German artist born on the verge of the last century, who grew up between the Middle East and Europe. Andreoni works across multiple media including sculpture, sound, installation, performative acts, and video, operating independently around the world. His artistic approach gained shape under the influence of Hannes Brunner, Susan Philipsz, Ulrike Mohr and artists from the Raster Media group (aka Raster Noton). He recently spent a brief research time in the United States (2020-22) for which he was awarded fellowships from the DAAD and the Art Institute of Chicago. During this time he also worked with ESS (Experimental Sound Studio Chicago), which commissioned FOR BEGIN AND END TIMES, a space related performative act for six or more car vehicles in which different car alarms are triggered and activated through low frequencies impulses (30-300 kHz). An acoustic and visual exploration which investigates the untapped potential of chaos before and after an event. Andreoni is a member of the Stu­dien­stif­tung des deutsch­en Vol­kes since 2018. Recently his project SHIFT (2021-22) was presented within the official program of the 4th Chicago Architecture Biennial: The Available City.

Currently, Friedrich is official Meisterschüler of Turner Prize-winning artist Susan Philipsz in Dresden, Germany. There, he is investigating ways of thinking about space beyond the physical object.

Website design and programming

Moritz Ebeling is a graphic designer and programmer from Germany creating digital information archives.

Research and realisation team

Alessandro Ambrosini
Juliet Barbieri
Moritz Ebeling

You can request Andreoni's CV and Portfolio here

Warm thanks and appreciation to

Alessandro Ambrosini, Massimo & Mara, Hannes Brunner & Ulrike Mohr, Susan Philipsz, Carlo Crovato, Hennie Reynders, Michael J. Golec, Lou Mallozzi, Lauren Bon & Metabolic Studio Los Angeles, Robert Lippok, Julia Apitzsch-Haack, Frances Whitehead, Martin Heller, Bettina Leonhardt, Olaf Bender, Carlo Caponetto, Ismir Bardhi, Jacob Zitzmann, David Roeder, Graduate Dean Professional Development Award, DAAD, The German Academic Scholarship Foundation, Stiftung Kunstfonds, Experimental Sound Studio Chicago, Apulia center for Art & Technology.

all rights reserved. the copyright for any material published on this website is reserved. any duplication or use of objects such as images, diagrams and texts is not permitted without Andreoni studio's consent. is an archival project by Studio Friedrich Andreoni it was generously supported by: Stiftung Kunstfonds

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