Janine Eggert is a sculptor and installation artist, involving a wide range of industrial materials and industrial techniques. Her recent projects engage with the ornamental qualities of industrially manufactured goods and the technological sublime.

Her work has been presented in the Hamburger Kunsthalle, Kunstverein Wilhelmshöhe Ettlingen and Kunsthaus Hamburg and included large-scale, site-specific installations, sculptures, videos and screen prints. In addition to her work as a visual artist, she founded the exhibition space Lady Fitness in 2013 and curated et al sculpture focused and site-specific exhibitions such as "Arcadia Unbound" at the Funkhaus Berlin in 2015.

Janine works artistically as an individual as well as in various permanent or temporary groupings. Since 2005 she has been working together with Philipp Ricklefs. Their collaborative art practice questions in large-scale installations and sculptural transformations the technological perfection in their multiform manifestations.

Janine was awarded a residential fellowship at the Künstlerhaus Lauenburg in 2016. In 2013 she had the second solo show of collaborative works with Philipp at Galerie Conradi, Hamburg and co-curated the group exhibition "Tomorrow it's time for the Future" at the Kunstraum Bethanien Berlin, that brought together artists from New York and Berlin. In 2012, Janine was awarded the Goldrausch fellowship and realized a commissioned art project in the Hamburg America Center in collaboration with Philipp. In the same year she was Artist-in-Residence at the Kuala Lumpur Express, a Post Panamax container ship on which they traveled from Hamburg to Egypt. Janine studied at the Academy of Fine Arts Hamburg and lives and works in Berlin.