Simone Stoll studied in Berlin and London, has lived in France and Iceland. Her research is based on body and mind, human studies interwoven with personal experience. She has collaborated with neuro-scientists and multi-media artists. Her work is intimate, sometimes raw, always poetic, in search for beauty. Her means are simple and direct; she is the sole performer of her videos and model to photos. She has been artist-in-residence with the Museum of Reykajvik, the Academy of the Arts Berlin. Her work can be found in European collections. She has participated in video festivals in Europe and shows in Europe, Canada, Australia and the USA. In 2007, Simone was part of the Biennale of Quιbec and received the Pollock Krasner Foundation Grant.