Ina Wudtke is a visual artist. Since 2018 she is an artistic researcher of the documenta professorship at the Kunsthochschule Kassel (School of Art and Design Kassel). Her research-based work questions hegemonic sociopolitical discourses and strengthens counter-discourses around themes such as work, gender, and housing. From 1992 to 2004 she published the queer-feminist artists’ magazine NEID. In 2011 she released the conceptual LP The Fine Art of Living under her pseudonym T-INA Darling, which dealt with the displacement of low-income populations from city centers. Together with the Belgian philosopher Dieter Lesage, she wrote the book Black Sound White Cube (Vienna, Löcker, 2010). In October her book The Fine Art of Living came out (Berlin, Archive Books, 2018).