Selket Chlupka studied Fine Art at the State Academy of Fine Art and Design Stuttgart from 2002 until 2009. In 2009 she received a grant from the DAAD to do a MA Fine Art in London. Since 2010 she has been living and working in Berlin.
She did several artist residencies as for example at the Cité Internationale des Arts in Paris in 2015, at Parc Saint Léger Centre d’art contemporain in 2016 and at the Embassy of Foreign Artists in Geneva in 2017.
Her work has been shown in several exhibitons. Among them The horizon looks different from afar. 2019, Kunstquartier Bethanien/ Studio 1 Berlin-Kreuzberg, DER WALD - La forêt, 2018, Art District, Stuttgart, Inner Landscapes, 2017, Art Space LLC, New York City, Anti Blues Post Residence, 2017, 76 Acacias, Geneva,Seepferdchen und Flugfische, 2016, Arp Museum Bahnhof Rolandseck, Remagen.
Selket Chlupka's work comprises installations, photography and collages based on objects and found material. The photograph is used as a means to either document temporary situations in (work)space and work process or to depict the approach to create a visual reality resulting from personal perception of environment and experiences and as such is a recurring element.