Elin Laut is a costume artist based in Berlin.
They are currently studying Kostümbild MA at Berlin’s University of the Arts. They combine the media of costume, video, performance and installation to create works that focus on costume as a performative carrier of political messages. 

Their thematic interest is the deconstruction of identity, race and gender through an intersectional queer-feminist perspective. Themes such as queerness, gender fluidity and anti-discrimination are central. Their costume pieces occupy the space between sculpture and clothing, as experimental wearables made from non-textile materials and various craft techniques.

Elin is one of the founding members of critical.costume, an initiative that promotes the self-empowerment of FLINTA* costume artists.

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