Born in Karl-Marx-Stadt/former East Germany in 1989.
Juliane Jaschnow is a filmmaker and artist. She studied visual arts in the field of expanded cinema and photography at the Academy of Fine Arts Leipzig/Germany (HGB Leipzig). Prior to this, she completed a degree in communication and media studies at the University of Leipzig and spent periods abroad at the Academy of Fine Arts Vienna/Austria and Lomonosov University in Moscow/Russia.
Jaschnow is a graduate of the PMMC Professional Media Master Class for artistic documentary film and the PMMC Lab at the werkleitz Centre for Media Art in Halle an der Saale/Germany. She is part of the artists’ collective Filmic Initiative Leipzig (FILZ) and a member of the initiative Cinema on the Move (Kino in Bewegung). She currently works as a lecturer at HGB Leipzig, teaching a course entitled TheoryVideo.
Her work has been shown at various exhibitions and international media art and film festivals, including transmediale (2018), Deichtorhallen Hamburg (2020), NRW-Forum Düsseldorf (2019), steirischer Herbst Graz (2016), Berkeley Art Museum & Pacific Film Archive (2018), Golden Reel International Underground Film Festival Ulaan Batoor (2016) and DOK Leipzig (2015/2017). Jaschnow won a prize at the gute aussichten – new german photography competition in 2019/2020. She has been a resident at the Künstlerhaus Otte 1 in Eckernförde as well as in Ahrenshoop and received research grants from the Cultural Foundation of the Free State of Saxony and the DAAD.