Born in Asunción, Paraguay, 1980.

Valeria Fahrenkrog is a visual artist and editor. She lives and works in Berlin. Main subject of her work is to explore different forms of representation and dialog between (urban) spaces and artistic language. The development of strategies in order to translate diverse issues find their expression in various media, from installation to painting.
In her practice, artistic work can take place during research in a library, in an editorial meeting or during a debate.

2014 Postgraduate Masterstudies Art in Context
Universität der Künste, Berlin
2007 Postgraduate Studies Media Art
Academy of Media Arts Cologne
2003 Visual Arts
Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile

Some projects / Exhibitions
· Part of the workgroup museo de la democracia (with Daniela Labra, Teobaldo Lagos, Marcela Moraga & Paz Ponce), nGbK (2020-2021)
· Co-Initiator of MITKUNSTZENTRALE at Haus der Statistik, with Erik Göngrich (2020-)
· Part of the workgroup „Spielclub Oranienstraße 25“, nGbK (2019-2020)
· Research assistant for the exhibition „40 Jahre Kunst im Kontext“, Universität der Künste Berlin & nGbK
· Since 2018: Member of Kap Hoorn, latin american artists platform and part of the team of KontextSchule, training program for teachers and artists.
· Since 2016: co-founder & co-editor, Berliner Hefte zu Geschichte und Gegenwart der Stadt 
(Berlin Journals—On the History and Present State of the City) (Valeria Fahrenkrog, Joerg Franzbecker, Erik Göngrich, Heimo Lattner, Katja Reichard, Ines Schaber, Florian Wüst)
· Ene Mene Muh und welche Stadt willst du? (2016) – Contributions to the Berlin state election 2016
. Exhibition, publication, event series, spatial diagramm. nGbK – neue Gesellschaft für bildende Kunst, Berlin
· Unbequemes Denkmal & SCHWERBELASTUNSKÖRPER (2013-2014)
Exhibition & Publication. 13 Artists from 11 different countries reflect through artistic interventions the „Schwerbelastungskörper“ (heavy bearing body) on Monument day in Berlin.
· Thunder Site (2011) Installation, 877 papersheets (21 x 29,7 c.m) printed, numbered, titled and interevened. Solo exhibition, Boutique – Raum für temporäre Kunst, Cologne 2011