curation & projects

I am an accomplished cultural expert with a strong background in program ideation and management, residency coordination, and strategic communication. My creative and original event formats have received acclaim from audiences and experts alike. By blending artistic vision with efficient project management and an agile approach, I strive to create a lasting and meaningful impact on the cultural landscape and beyond.

Räume mit Aussicht

In early September 2022, the underground concrete hall of Silent Green in Berlin was transformed into a “Room with a View.” The opening ceremony, inaugurated by State Minister Claudia Roth, marked the beginning of a two-day program featuring concerts, speeches, panel discussions, and an exhibition showcasing the Villa Aurora scholarship holders.

All Photos: Stefanie Loos, courtesy of VATMH

all the lonely people

On the occasion of Villa Aurora’s 25th anniversary, VATMH presented an exhibition in Berlin and Los Angeles exploring the themes of loneliness, melancholy, longing, as well as physical and mental retreat. The exhibition was accompanied by an extensive program of readings, concerts, and performances. Following the exhibition, a publication featuring essays and poems from former Villa Aurora fellows on the exhibition’s themes was released by Spector Books.

All Photos: Dirk Bleicker, courtesy of VATMH

Last Days of Summer

In response to the COVID-19 pandemic and the associated restrictions in the event sector, we invited everyone to spend the last warm summer evenings on the rooftop terrace of Radialsystem V, enjoying a cool drink, readings, and conversations with Villa Aurora scholarship holders. The evenings were hosted by literature moderators from the RBB radio station radioeins.

All Photos: Mirko Lux

Exit Exil

The app “Exit Exil” offers insights into the German-speaking exile and related themes such as identity, belonging, escape, displacement, language, and work. Over 30 contributions from renowned artists and authors, including Mohamed Amjahid, Anna Haifisch, Tanja Kinkel, Michael Lentz, Susan Philipsz, and Senthuran Varatharajah, contribute to the project. The content is embedded on a world map to provide a comprehensive understanding of forced migration. The app offers films, radio plays, audio walks and installations, features, and essays.

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