Anke Eckardt is a German artist. Her work includes installation, research, and teaching. She has also trained as an audio engineer. As a member of BAU KUNST ERFINDEN, the Visual Arts program’s transdisciplinary research platform at the University of Kassel, she develops experimental audiovisual materials in the context of collaborative research projects. As an artist, she combines sound (including in the ultra- and infrasonic ranges) with light, solid materials and fluids such as concrete and water to produce physically experienced spaces, often on an architectural scale, which she has exhibited internationally. Playfully questioning the terms of sculpture and installation, her interest lies in the complexity of the aesthetic, cultural, technological, and political conditions of space, and in the way these conditions seem to merge in our perceptions of spatial situations.