Lilian Robl studied Time Based Media at the Academy of Fine Arts Munich and at the Ecole de recherche graphique Brussels and attained her MFA in 2019 as a Master student of Prof. Alexandra Bircken. Her work is shown in exhibitions, e.g. Kunstraum Kreuzberg, Berlin (DE); Wienwoche (AT); Cabaret Voltaire, Zurich (CH); Lothringer 13, Munich (DE); fructa Munich (DE); Kunstverein Marburg (DE) as well as at international film and video festivals, e.g. Athens Digital Arts Festival, Museum of Modern Greek Culture (GR); FILE, São Paulo (BR); Poetry Film Award, Weimar (DE); Non-syntax Experimental Image Festival, Tokyo (JP); Athens AnimFest (GR); International Moving Film Festival (IR); Athens Digital Film Festival (GR); hungry eyes festival Gießen (DE); ALC videoart festival, Museo de Arte Contemporaneo, Alicante (ES); International Film Festival with Alternative Media (MX); Monthly Screening, Millennium Film Workshop New York (US); Latest Visions (TV channels UK & Ireland). She has received artist-in-residence fellowships, among others at the Cité Internationale des Arts Paris (FR). Lilian Robl is currently based in Munich, Germany.
A YouTube video, which is supposed to help the viewer against panic attacks and anxiety by focusing on his or her own breathing rhythm, served as the source material, which was graphically altered, filled with words and this way interpreted as a fleeting diagram of breath.