Marion Kahnemann works and lives as a freelance artist in Dresden, Germany. She studied at the Art Academy in Dresden in the department of sculpture. Since 1988, Marion has held numerous exhibitions inside and outside of Dresden, including Berlin, Sofia, St. Petersburg, Wroclaw, Basel, and Oakland, California. She received various awards and grants, including the Art Award of the City of Dresden. Previously, Marion designed a fountain in an elderly home (1998), a wall design for a home for handicapped children in Herzliya/Israel (2000), a monument memorializing the deportations of the Dresden Jews at the Railway Station (2001), a wall design at Paideia in Stockholm (2002) and, from 2007 to 2009, she created in three parks in Dresden "Denkorte" places of memory and uncertainty. The three "Denkorte" were inaugurated by the Mayor of Dresden on Yom HaShoa 2009. From 2010 to 2013, she worked on different aspects of the Chernobyl Region, especially regarding its Jewish past. The title of the project is, "Behind the Back of Time."