Alexander Johannes Heil
M.Mus. ArtScience, B.Sc. Architecture



Alexander Johannes Heil Portrait
Alexander Johannes Heil is an interdisciplinary practitioner working at the intersection of nature, and architecture. He holds a degree in ArtScience (M.Mus) from the Royal Conservatory in The Hague and a degree in Architecture (B.Sc.) from the Technische Universität Berlin. His work is a combination of study, philosophy, and art production. Alexander is 'collaging' architecture theory, philosophy, and perceptual science into poetic expressions of personal experiences. A central theme in his work is the formal relationship between natural and architectural phenomena. Alexander is interested in the permanence of architecture as well as in the constant transformation of nature. He studies landscapes and architectures, their elements, their shapes, the spaces they create and the ones surrounding them. He communicates his personal findings through installations, performances, sound works, and many other media.

Born in Hamburg, Germany
2012 - 2017
Faculty of Architecture, Technical University Berlin
2018 - 2020
ArtScience Interfaculty, Royal Conservatory / Royal Academy of Art, The Hague
since 2020
Guest teacher at the Royal Academy of Art The Hague
Initiation of the teaching/research project Panorama Class
since 2021
Founding of the Home Gallery Den Haag