Cake & Cash 

Current Events & Info
Cake & Cash CV on request
1) Cake & Cash
2) + 3) Cake & Cash Bar at Kunstverein Harburger Bahnhof
4) Installation view of the audio only show „No more lonely laundry“ at MOM Art Space, with the collectives Asma Ben Slama&Ali Quaiesa, otc (observant thick conversation) and Young Valley Soil
5) Pancake pile by Zoé Ledoux for the opening of TAP MILK / Part 1 of Cake & Cash and Friends
6) Lecture Performance at Kunsthaus Hamburg
7) Work „Ich liebe meine kranken Freund:innen“ in the showcase of Kunstverein Harburger Bahnhof  by Francis Kussatz and Xiaofu Wang
8) + 9) Pop & Squat Zine
10) Pop & Squat Online Festival (desk view)
Photo credits:
Fred Dott, Annika Grabold, Maik Gräf, Paula Hoffmann, Laura Mahnke, Jáno Möckel
Pop & Squat and CCCC Websites by
Wiebke Grieshop & Sofia Star

Cake & Cash Collective is a feminist artistic-curatorial collective active since 2019, mainly in Hamburg. Cake & Cash works on collective structures, spaces for exchange and visibility and is always up for collaboration.

Cake & Cash currently experiments with practices of collective art making and explores auditive formats as a collective artistic medium, such as lecture performance or audio collage. C & C’s debut in lecture performance „Draft: der Traum vom Staubsaugerroboter“ took place in Kunsthaus Hamburg in 2023. In summer 2023, C & C acted as curator, set designer and artist for the 3-part exhibition series Cake & Cash and Friends at MOM Art Space, Hamburg, that included a show of only audio formats produced by 4 collectives.

Another focus lies on different ways and understandings of collectivity. Therefore, the collective takes action both as a group with various collective facets, just as individual collective members are represented with artistic and/or curatorial positions.


C & C occupied the HFBK Gallery in 2020 and 2021, where it refused to use the gallery in its proper purpose and instead installed its office in it. Lectures, workshops and reading circles were held and exhibitions took place there.

In May of 2021, Cake & Cash founded Grind & Shine Incorporation at Kunstverein Harburger Bahnhof. For this, C & C moved its headquarters into the Kunstverein’s bar and ironically designed it according to its interpretation of a mindful and motivating workspace. Until August 2022 Cake & Cash curated a 5 part exhibition series in the Kunstverein’s showcases as well as a variety of discursive formats in the bar, such as lectures, artist talks and performances.

Cake & Cash was the organizer of the Pop & Squat online festival for feminist networking at art colleges and can be heard, among other things, in the Radical Solidarity series of This Is Germany.

C & C was awarded the Art Grant by Zeit Stiftung in 2023.