Monica Ursina Jäger

Monica Ursina Jäger’s work is characterised by an engagement with the natural and constructed environment. In drawings, sculptures and objects, she explores the dynamic tension inherent in the differently determined views of nature, landscape and architecture as socially, societally and culturally charged spatial constructions, as well as utopian categories.

Monica Ursina Jäger (Swiss Art Award 2007) was born in Thalwil, Switzerland in 1974 and gained her MA at Goldsmiths College in London. She participated in prominent group shows and has exhibited widely nationally and internationally. Her work is part of many private and public collections including Essl Collection, Kunstmuseum Thun, Bank Julius Baer, Art Collection Canton Graubünden, Sparda-Bank Nordrhein-Westfalen. Recent shows include Haus Konstruktiv, Zurich, Kunstmuseum Thun, Kunsthalle Düsseldorf, Kunstverein Pforzheim, Kunstmuseum Chur, Museum Essl Klosterneuburg/Wien.

Monica Ursina Jäger lives and works in London and Zurich and is represented by Gallery Christinger De Mayo, Zurich.