Artist Julia Kraus-Harder is one of the structuralists at Atelier Goldstein. She began working with due obsession on a collection of objects in 2005 with the goal of reproducing all dinosaurs that may have ever existed in various different forms. For this, she exclusively relies on found objects such as office supplies, neckties or cable ties, producing highly unexpected and amusing feedback loops to our present day and age in the thoroughly realistic depictions of Kentrosaurus, Peterosaurus & Co. The Frankfurt Atelier Goldstein – of which Julia Krause-Harder is a member – is an independent artist atelier. 15 artists with impairments work there since 2001 in the fields of painting, sculpture, graphic art, photography and video. They are individually supported in the production of their work and assisted with contacts to museums galleries and exhibition spaces in Germany and abroad.