Kerstin Brätsch is a German mixed-media artist and is known for her abstract, conceptual work. Brätsch creates and installs work that disturbs the conventional methods of display; for instance, her large oil paintings are done on thick pieces of paper and held up by magnets, countering the standard arrangement of canvases in frames. Her installations blur the boundaries between an artwork and its method of exhibition, with vibrant colors or heavily applied black brushstrokes. She was a part of the group exhibition at The Kitchen in 2009, "Besides, With, Against, and Yet: Abstraction and the Ready-Made Gesture" and her work was featured in Sergei Tcherepnin’s "Maize Mantis" in 2015.