-Von Pablo Picasso bis Robert Rauschenberg
 Kunstsammlungen Chemnitz, 2017
 Ingrid Mössinger (Hrsg.) und Iris Haist (Hrsg.)
 Buchhandelsausgabe: ISBN: 978-3-95498-345-2
 Museumsausgabe: ISBN: 978-3-930116-36-2

-Halfway, Christine Schulz, Reinhard Buskies (Hrsg.)
 Kunstverein Bochum, Berlin, 2016
 ISBN: 978-3-946784-01-2

- INPUT/OUTPUT, Worpsweder Museumsverband, 2014

- California Calling, Kunstverein Búchholz und Bräuning Contemporary, Hamburg 2013
- Parkhaus, Karl-Heinz Rummeny (Hrsg.), Düsseldorf 2013
- Vom Hier und Jetzt - 86. Herbstausstellung niedersächsischer Künstler, Kunstverein Hannover, Hannover 2013
- Schauplatz Stadt, Kunstmuseum Mülheim/ Ruhr, 2013
- Blowin'free, Reinhard Buskies im Rahmen der Emscherkunst.2013

- Wildes Denken, Michael Stoeber, in: Salon Salder, Salzgitter 2012
- VENTOUX, Christine Schulz, Reinhard Buskies (Hrsg.), Kunstverein Bochum, Berlin 2012
- INTERFERENCE, Schaduwspel, Stichting Idee-fixe, Paul Hagenaars (Hrsg.), Breda 2012

- auto.MOBIL, Tely Büchner und Susanne Knorr / Erfurter Kunstverein, Erfurt 2011
- Kunst baut Stadt, Christine Nippe, Berlin 2011
- Der offene Garten, Meike Behm, Bernhard Jansen, Veronika Olbrich, Gudrun Thiessen  Schneider (Hrsg.), Hannover 2011
- Kunstfrühling 2011, BBK Bremen (Hrsg.) Bremen 2011

- >> fast forward 2, The Power of Motion - Christine Schulz, UB, Media Art Sammlung Goetz, ZKM, Karlsruhe / Ingvild Goetz und Stephan Urbaschek (Hrsg.), Ostfildern 2010
- Leinen los - 85. Herbstausstellung niedersächsischer Künstler, Kunstverein Hannover, Hannover 2010

- Everything than passes between us, kuratiert von Christine Nippe, Heft zur Ausstellung, Kölnischer Kunstverein, 2009
- Zur Arbeit von Christine Schulz, Susanne Wedewer-Pampus, Leverkusen 2009
- Wandelbarkeit als Moment der Zeit festhalten. Christine Schulz' Papierarbeiten und Fotografien, Christine Nippe, Berlin 2009
- Parcours, Annett Reckert, Berlin 2009
- Imperium, Galeria Hilario Galguera, Spinnerei, Leipzig, 2009

- Nordlichter - 84. Herbstausstellung niedersächsischer Künstler, Kunstverein Hannover, Hannover 2008

- no Limits, Christine Nippe, Revolver, Archiv für aktuelle Kunst, Frankfurt am Main 2007
- Impressionen, Paris-Berlin, KunstBüroBerlin, Hachmannedition, Bremen 2007
- Placemakers, Christine Nippe, Berlin 2007
- 24. Kasseler DokFest, Beate Anspach zu ALERT, 2007

- Christine Schulz, ALERT, in: Up 2 date, IDFX, Electron, Breda 2006
- Heimspiel, 83. Herbstausstellung niedersächsischer Künstler, Casino, Harriet Häußler, Kunstverein Hannover, 2006
- Nordenfjords 2006, Berlin - Nordjylland, 2006
- Spielwelt, Spiele der Welt - Welt aus Spielen, Aeneas Bastian, 2006

- Panorama, 82. Herbstausstellung niedersächsischer Künstler, Welle, Christine Schulz, Kunstverein Hannover, 2004
- Weltrennen, Sonja Parzefall, auf: CD-Rom, 2004
- Yellow Pages, Marienkäfer, Christine Schulz, 2004

- Christine Schulz, Spielwelt, Flug, in: Die Sehnsucht des Kartografen, Kunstverein Hannover, 2003
- Carina Herring, Die Stadt: Ein Spielsalon, Essay zu Christine Schulz' Spielwelt, in: Licht an - Licht aus, Meisterschülerzeitung HBK Braunschweig, 2003

- John Armleder, Lost in the City, in: Ein Treppenhaus für die Kunst, Christine Schulz, Niedersächsisches Ministerium für Wissenschaft und Kultur, 2002
- Stephan Berg,  Einführungsrede zum 25. Juni, in:  Ein Treppenhaus für die Kunst Nr. 7, Niedersächsisches Ministerium für Wissenschaft und Kultur, 2002
- Christine Schulz, Perspektiven, 81. Herbstausstellung niedersächsischer Künstler, Kunstverein Hannover, 2002
- Daniel Spanke, Abflughalle International Airport WHV, Flug, CD-Rom, 2002, Kunsthalle Wilhelmshaven, 2002
- Christine Schulz, in: Klasse Virnich im BIS, Mönchengladbach, 2002
- Christine Schulz, in: beep - beep II, 404, 2002

- Christine Schulz, NORDWESTKUNST, Preisträgerausstellung 2001, Kunsthalle Wilhelmshaven, 2001

- Christine Schulz, in: beep - beep, 404, Uwe Schwarzer, 2000
- Christine Schulz, in: Filmklasse der HBK, Birgit Hein, 2000



- Christine Nippe, 2009
Capturing mutability as a moment in time:
Christine Schulz's photographs and paper pieces

- Annett Reckert, 2009
Courses for horses

- Christine Nippe, 2007
Fluid images, fluid spaces - the art of Christine Schulz

- Aeneas Bastian, 2007
Beauty before disappearance: Christine Schulz's images of the accelerated world

- Beate Anspach, 2006

- John Armleder, 2002
Lost in the City

Aeneas Bastian

Beauty before disappearance: Christine Schulz's images of the accelerated world

Movies, UB, Flug / Flight, Casino, Weltrennen / World Race, Spielwelt / Games World , no Limits: the titles of Christine Schulz's works describe characteristic aspects of life in our era with brevity and precision. In her media installations, composed of individual images, photographs and film scenes which are overlaid with sound, multiple projections criss-cross and overlap each other on projection surfaces made of polystyrene or cardboard. The viewer has to find their own point of reference within the orchestrated maze of images that are in ever-changing movement without ever allowing themselves to be forced into linear narratives. Schulz succeeds in overcoming spatial and temporal limitations to fuse things that are inseparably disparate in the form of images which can be experienced simultaneously.
Appropriations and transformations are the fundamental stages of her reworking of the visual material she finds around her. The reality of our world as presented by media reflections is the subject she deals with.
Alongside her video and media installations, Schulz has created numerous works on paper over the past few years, most of them are small scale, but some have larger formats. These works are another manifestation of the artist's interest in the interconnections between different modern media. Schulz cuts out coloured foils and uses this as a backing or overlay for printed and copied images, and the different layers of these pieces add up to form collages. In them, Christine Schulz captures compressed, frozen time - the polar opposite of time's expansion in her media installations. She shows us images with the seemingly unending dynamism of means of transport in motion and in flight, images which are focussed on a particular moment due to their photographic concentration and which are therefore literal freeze frames. The result is strongly coloured combinations of neon signs, large-scale advertisements, house walls, robots, trains, urban transport, boats, cars and airplanes in surroundings and settings that are filled to capacity. These concentrated trappings of urban life and futuristic means of transport evoke the latent threat and the possible collapse of the high-speed communication and travel of our globalised economy and worldwide tourism. Christine Schulz makes it clear that our world is being unavoidably used up and destroyed by the unimpeded acceleration of a hedonistic, gratification-fixated society. Confronted with this premise, one ultimately has to ask the very fundamental question about what art can achieve.
What essence imbues Christine Schulz's work? The artist is not content in conveying conceptual criticism of contemporary society in her media installations and collages, her work cannot be grasped using the intellect alone but instead needs to be experienced with the senses too. The threatened beauty of the world repeatedly comes to the fore in the colourful, contrasting visions she depicts; it is a beauty that is present in the crest of a huge, terrible wave about to swallow up a big ship, or in the snaking chains of Formula 1 racing cars as they threaten to collide with each other in an accident with potentially catastrophic results.