Lena Grossmann is a visual artist and choreographer. She studied at the AdbK Munich with Prof. Olaf Nicolai (master student) and music composition (MA) at the ZhdK Zurich with Prof. Isabel Mundry. Starting from analytical and practical confrontations with movement sequences in dance, she develops a range of possibilities in her artistic practice to approach the relationship between body and space. She develops formats from various elements of choreography, stage design, notation of composition and sculpture. Combining visual art and dance, she seeks new body-form and visual languages while collaborating with dancers, performers and artists. Following her interdisciplinary approach, Lena Grossmann works on a system of movement notation that visualizes thinking in terms of the relationship between space and body. In this way, she seeks new approaches to questions of translation and to structure-expanding thinking in the choreographic field. The body is challenged to think. The performative spatial structure "x ways through organized space" was shown at the Bundeskunstalle in Bonn in 2019/20. Her debut project "code and shadow; reverse TRIO" took place at Kunstraum München in 2020. She is currently working on her artistic research project MIMETIC BODIES.