Ramona Köppel-Welsh, born in East Berlin in 1964, studied philosophy and art history. She was part of the underground theater group Medea that performed plays and made music and films. Her first Super-8 film was Konrad! Sprach die Frau Mama. She moved to West Berlin one week before the wall came down.
In 1994, together with Pamela Homann and Dagie Brundert, Köppel-Welsh founded the women’s filmmakers’ collective FBI (Freie Berliner Ischen), which has put on Super-8 film shows in Berlin ever since. She has presented her films at international exhibits and film festivals, including Paris, London, New York, and Berlin. She works as a filmmaker, visual artist and DJ in Berlin. [See: www.monoram.de]
|1998||Die kurze Geschichte einer Transformation (The Short Story of a Transformation)|
|1995||Statue of Liberty|
|1995||Empire State Building|
|1992||Change of Mind (video installation)|
|1989||Vergessener Sex (Forgotten Sex)|
|1989||Konrad! Sprach die Frau Mama (Conrad! Mother Said)|