Dorothea Seror is a life art artist, studied fine arts at the Academy of Fine Arts in Munich, Germany (diploma, state exams) and has completed advanced studies in dance and body therapy.
Her activities include teaching (performance) art and dance at high schools, universities and academies, leading workshops and coaching stage work. She also conducts lectures and public debates.
For her work with people with disabilities in performance art she received the Grant of the City of Munich.
As a solo artist she has been invited to international Biennials in Netherlands and Nigeria, to performance art festivals in Israel, Sweden, Italy, France and China and to artist's residences in Denmark, UK, Netherlands, Germany, France, Israel and many more.
She hosted in 2016 the artist talk at the Festival „INTER-BEING: duration (in performance)“ at Ulster Museum in Belfast with wellknown artists as Linda Montano and Alastair MacLennan.
Her works include performances, videos, installation, objects, direction and more.
In her recent performances she makes her own life public and declares it as art.
She always works with the current environment and the people in it.
Her works are carried out in cooperation with numerous institutions in Germany and abroad.
For the past five years she has been involved in the development of the Creative Quarter in Munich and has organised and curated numerous events.
She curates since 2014 continuing the World Smallest Performance Space “break through” and established an interdisciplinary group (politics, arts, agriculture…) called “Zona Libre” at the “Creative Quarter” Munich.