German-born and raised, Eva Mueller currently lives and works in Brooklyn, New York. In keeping with the philosophical expressions in her work, Mueller is an active member of New York City’s queer art and lifestyle community, and many of her art projects revolve around the hidden and the unseen of those nonconforming environments. The core of our human existence, how we perceive it and where we place ourselves and the naked body is the focus of Mueller’s fine art work. Her last solo show Flowers & Chocolate challenged the viewers perception regarding, beauty, taboos, racism and sexuality. Flowers & Chocolate follows Mueller’s solo exhibition GenderFuck, a series about non-binary gender identity at the Leslie-Lohman Museum of Gay and Lesbian Art in New York City (2017), and Black Face, a take on racism at Odetta Gallery in Brooklyn (2016) Mueller’s work can be seen at http://www.evamueller-art.com.