Merav Leibküchler, born in Israel, is a Multidisciplinary artist based in Berlin, Germany.

She holds a Master’s degree in arts which she completed at the Berlin University of Arts- UdK. Her work focuses on paintings and  Multimedia and has been featured in both Solo and Group exhibitions, amongst others at the Volksbühne in Berlin, Galeria ARTA GRACA in Lisbon, and Museum FLUXUS in Potsdam. In 2019 she received the Recognition Award from the Helmut- Thoma foundation and was nominated for the UdK President Preis. 

During the course of her Studies, Leibküchler participated in an exchange program at the Faculdade de Belas Artes, Universidade de Lisboa, in Lisbon, Portugal. In 2014, she was granted a scholarship by the International Summer Academy in Venice, Italy. 

Leibküchler’s versatile work draws inspiration from philosophical and metaphysical inquiries relating to time and space and is strongly influenced by her former education in the performing arts field which she acquired at the ‘Matte Asher School for Performing Arts’ at Kibbutz Gaaton in Israel. 

Merav Leibküchler brings her background and formal education in both performance and fine arts combining traditional art practices such as classical painting with advanced new media techniques, including live performance and sound and video installations. As she merges different disciplines, fusing an analogue approach with a digital one, Leibküchler shifts between tradition and innovation creating a visual representation of a void which spectators are forced to confront.