Kreuzberg Pavillon (Heiko Pfreundt | Lisa Schorm) focuses on the development of extended exhibition concepts, which can only be created and implemented in project spaces so far. The special intellectual and sensory freedom experienced by artists and, in turn, the visitors in project spaces is tested in a variety of exhibitions and open concepts that form a necessary de-institutionalized space of experience. This year, Kreuzberg Pavillon forms the artistic direction of the Project Space Festival Berlin.
Feben Amara has studied Art and Cultural Studies, as well as German philology. Her work and research revolve around the knowledge formations of postcolonial theory, transculturality and Resistance Studies. She is interested in artistic-curatorial practices that explore the potentialities of aesthetic politics and political aesthetics.
As part of the Project Space Festival Berlin 2019, she will work as an author and editor on textual contributions that will appear on this website.
Anna Bromley develops exhibitions, installations, performances, texts, radio conversations and pieces. She is interested in breaks and interruptions in representative ways of speaking. Most recently, her works could be seen and heard in: HKW Berlin, AgvA CIAT Berlin, MUU Helsinki, documenta14 Radio, SAVVY Contemporary, Musrara Mix Jerusalem, Fondazione Arthur Cravan Milano. As a 2018 one-year scholarship holder of the nGbK Berlin, she initiated collective radio experiments that investigated the nGbK's grassroots democratic exhibition practice. In the first half of 2019 she will be part of the Project Space Festival team.
Image : Stefan Müller Konzertfotos
Amelie Jakubek is an artist and organizer with a background in fine arts and sociology. She uses artistic and non-artistic means to understand the relationships between single persons and collective (hi)stories, structures and behaviors. She has worked in collectives, education, art world institutions, publishing and with cinematic expressions. For the PSF 2019 she is collaborating with the Kreuzberg Pavillon on coordinating whatever needs to be done.
Penny Rafferty is a writer and visual theorist based in Berlin. Her theoretical essays and creative texts have been commissioned for Cura, Kaleidoscope Magazine, Keen on, NRW Dusseldorf, Flash Art and Elephant Magazine amongst others. Her role in this year's Project Space Festival is to manage the Press context of the festival.
Larissa Friedrich previously played a role in the documentation of music, art and architecture. In addition, she curated various projects in the cities Stuttgart, Berlin, Kassel and London. She also worked for the major German publishing house Merve, where her latest project "Collected writings by Mies van der Rohe" will be released on the occasion of the Bauhaus' 100 anniversary this year. Larissa will be managing the German press for this year's PSF Berlin.
Richard Bakeš (gallery Berlinskej Model) - Graphic Design
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