Kopfgrafik Kuratoren

Stipendiaten 2017 - Kuratoren


Januar - Juli



Herbert Ploegman (NL)

Herbert Ploegman, *1983
lives in Amsterdam

Studies:
MSc in Social and Cultural Anthropology, Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam

Practice (selection):
Herbert Ploegman is a freelance researcher, writer and editor, currently affiliated with Kunstlicht, academic journal for visual art, visual culture and architecture. From 2012 - 2015 he was working as a programme editor for experimental centre for poetry and literature Perdu in Amsterdam. His anthropological interests are with self-organised (artistic) practices in crisis-ridden Greece, for which he is starting a PhD research. In 2015 he was in residency at the Netherlands Institute at Athens.



Franziska Wilmsen (D)


Franziska Wilmsen, *1987
lives in Braunschweig
 
Studies:
BA in Art History and Comparative Literature, Ruhr-Universität Bochum
MA in Art History, Ruhr-Universität Bochum

Practice (selection):
Franziska Wilmsen works as a freelance for Kunstmuseum Wolfsburg and as author, such as for the Department of Art in Public Spaces in Dortmund and also for artists as Rémy Markowitsch.
From 2014 to 2016 she served as a curatorial trainee at Kunstmuseum Wolfsburg, where she was responsible for the following exhibition projects.

Exhibitions (selection):
2016/2017 This Was Tomorrow. Pop Art in Great Britain, exhibition assistant and author catalogue texts
2016 Wolfsburg Unlimited. A City as World Laboratory', exhibition assistant and editorial office catalogue
2015 Dark Mirror. Latin Amercian Art since 1968, exhibition assistant & editorial office catalogue




Juli - Dezember


Dorothee Mosters (D)

Dorothee Mosters, *
lives in Düsselodrf
 
Studies:



Practice (selction):




Marie Stel (NL)

Marie Stel, *1991
lives in Utrecht
 
 
 
Studies:
BA in Art History, Universiteit Utrecht 
MA in Modern and Contemporary Art, Universiteit Utrecht 
 
Practice (selection):
Marie Stel works as a freelance researcher, curator, writer and editor for among others artist Berend Strik, Museum Arnhem, social enterprise ROSE stories and academic journal Article. The last two years she has also been teaching and developing bachelor courses in art history at Utrecht University. Her main research focus is on gender performativity within the surrealist practice of the 1920s and 1930s.

Exhibitions (selection):
2016 After the Death of James Lee Byars, De Nederlandsche Bank, Amsterdam, assistant-curator and author exhibition catalogue text
2015 O MUSE! Inspiring people in Dutch art since 1850, Frans Hals Museum | De Hallen Haarlem, co-curator and author exhibition catalogue
2014 Threads. Textile in art and design, Museum Arnhem, assistant-curator and author exhibition catalogue texts
 
 
 

 
 
Stipendiaten 2016 - Kuratoren


Januar - Juli



Joram Kraaijeveld (NL)

Joram Kraaijeveldi, *1984
lives in Hamminkeln

Studies:
Fine arts at the AKV|ST. Joost in Breda, NL
Philosophy and cultural analysis at the University of Amsterdam, NL

Practice (selection):
Joram Kraaijeveld is a curator, teacher and writer. He worked as an assistant curator at the Stedelijk Museum Bureau Amsterdam, where he curated amongst others ‘Antonis Pittas – hold on’, ‘Resolution 827’, ‘Ruti Sela’, and ‘Uli Westphal – Transplantation’. He was as a guest curator and researcher at the Van Abbemuseum in Eindhoven, where he curated ‘The View from Here’.
He is teaching art theory at the Gerrit Rietveld Academie in Amsterdam. His articles have been published amongst others in Metropolis M, Kunstbeeld, and Kunstlicht. 



Lena Johanna Reisner (D)


Lena Johanna Reisner, *1987
lives in Hamminkeln
 
Studies:
Diploma Degree in Cultural Studies and Aesthetic Practice, University of Hildesheim, D
Art History and Romanic Languages, University of Cologne, D

Fellowships and Workshops:
Travel Grant by the Institut für Auslandsbeziehungen for a research trip to Indonesia for Our Darling Project (ongoing project), 2015
Everything under the Sun: Module#2 In the Age of FOODIE-ism, workshop with Tue Greenfort and Ece Pazarbasi, 2015

Practice (selection):
Lena Reisner is a curator and researcher with a particular interest in art's relation to the cultural, social and political realm as well as to different forms of knowledge and academic disciplines. She is furthermore interested in relating to and engaging with other geographies and creating cross-cultural alliances.
2014/15: curatorial assistant at the Van Abbemuseum, NL for Forward! and A Republic of Art
2014: initiater and co-curator for OTHER SHOTS at Flur11 in Brunswick, D
2011/12: member of staff in the Maybe Education and Public Programs of dOCUMENTA (13), D




Juli - Dezember


Natalie Keppler (D)

Natalie Keppler, *1983
lives in Zürich
 
Studies:
PhD Studies in Art History at a.r.t.e.s. Graduate School for the Humanities Cologne, D
MA Contemporary Art History and Theater Studies, University of Ber,n CH
Master Studies in Art History at HU Berlin, D and La Sapienza Rome, IT
BA Art History and Cultural Studies, University of Karlsruhe, D

Scholarships:
a.r.t.e.s. international Travel Grant (funded by DAAD) at The Getty Research Institute Los Angeles, US (11-12/2015)
Fulbright Scholarship as PhD Visiting Research Student in Curatorial Training and Art History at The Graduate Center, CUNY New York, US (2014-2015)
Travel Grant of the US Embassy Switzerland for the Field Trip "Politics of Display" to Boston, North Adams and New York, US (09/2010)

Practice (selction):
Natalie Keppler is a curator, author and PhD candidate in Art History. In Zurich she has been contributing in curating exhibitions and publications at independent exhibition spaces and galleries. Her curatorial and research interests lie in artistic strategies of repetition and recollection of visual and the performing arts and its display.

 
 

Inez Piso (NL)

Inez Piso, *1988
lives in Madrid
 
Studies:
BA Art History, University of Amsterdam, NL
MA Historia de Arte Contemporáneo y Cultura Visual, Univerisity Autónoma and Reina Sofia Museum, Madrid, E
 
Practice (selection):
Inez Piso is a curator currently residing in Madrid. Her activities amalgamate around a constellation of interests including: the blurred lines of belonging and identity, future ways of constructing memory. She currently works as an project-leader at CA2M and ARCO in Madrid. 





Stipendiaten 2015 - Kuratoren


Januar - Juli



Angela Jerardi (NL/ US)

Angela Jerardi, *1979
lives in Hamminkeln
 
Studies:
de Appel Curatorial Programme, de Appel arts centre, Amsterdam, NL
Earlham College, Bachelor of Arts, Sociology/Anthropology, Richmond, Indiana, US
 
Practice (selection):
Angela Jerardi is a curator currently residing at Schloss Ringenberg, Germany. Her activities amalgamate around a constellation of interests including: divergent ways of knowing, non-hierarchical, collective models of working, and the exploration of play and humor as a pedagogical and exhibition-making methodology. 
 
2014 Game Theory, in the 2nd CAFAM Biennale, CAFA Art Museum, Beijing, CN 
2014 Athens conference on utopian technologies, etc, in New Babylon Revisited, Athens, GR 
2013 Bourgeois Leftovers, de Appel arts centre, Amsterdam, NL
2011 The Trans Formidable, The Workhouse Test, Callan Co Kilkenny, IE (participated as Fluxspace)
2011 Something Real, Carl Marin, Fluxspace, Philadelphia, US
2010 Kat Culchur, Fluxspace, Philadelphia, US

 


Antonia Lotz (D)


Antonia Lotz, *1979
lives in Hamminkeln
 
Studies:
Art History, Philosophy and Cultural Studies, Westfälische Wilhelms-Universität Münster and Università degli Studi di Perugia, Magister Artium
Curating Contemporary Art, Royal College of Art, London, MA
 
Practice (selection):
Antonia Lotz is a curator and the founding director of Kantine mit, a strolling space for food and art.
 
2014 Susanne M. Winterling, Kantine mit, Hanover
2014 Pool, kestnergesellschaft, Hanover
2013 Kitty Kraus, kestnergesellschaft, Hanover
2013 Why Paint, Galerie Gabriele Senn, Vienna
2012 Made in Germany Zwei, kestnergesellschaft, Hanover
2010 John Smith | Solo Show, Royal College of Art Galleries, London
2009 Vision Division, Czarna Gallery, Warsaw
2008 Dreamberries, Westfälischer Kunstverein, Münster


 
Juli - Dezember



Sonja Lau (D)

Sonja Lau, *1981
lives in Berlin

Studies:
Film, Conservatoire Libre du Cinéma Français, Paris, F
Art History, Humboldt-University, Berlin, D
Masters in Critical Writing and Curatorial Practice, Chelsea College of Art and Design, London, UK

Fellowships:
Alfred Toepfer Fellowship for Cultural Innovation (2008-2010)
Robert Bosch Fellowship for Cultural Management (2011-2013)
Jan Van Eyck Academy Curatorial Research Grant, Maastricht, NL (2013-2014)

Practice:
Sonja Lau is a curator and cultural producer with a focus on the question of art after the end of the grand narrations. Further interests include the work with collections and museum displays, the revision of institutional critique, as well as the exploration of the accidential, performative, or theatrical as formative moments in the process of exhibition-making and the production of an exhibition's narratology.


2014 Sublime and Submission, WeltKunstZimmer, Düsseldorf, D
Debts from the Future: The Specter of Capital. A conversation with Joseph Vogl (as part of the Jan Van Eyck research Lab “Moving Images of Speculation”), Jan Van Eyck Academy, Maastricht, NL 
2013 Der Zaudernde Körper | The Hesitating Body, Deutsches Hygiene-Museum, Dresden, D
Fiend: Classified Cables – The 21 Seconds Piece, National Theatre, Tirana, AL
2012 Try... Again... Better. Cornelius Cardew in Tirana, National History Museum, Tirana, AL
2010 Absalon; Renata Lucas; Miss Read Artist Book Festival (as project assistant), KW Institute for Contemporary Arts, Berlin, D 
2008 Repaintings | Ripikturim, National Gallery of Arts, Tirana, AL

 



Petra Ponte (NL)

Petra Ponte, *1986
lives in Amsterdam

Studies: 

MA Contemporary Art History, University of Amsterdam
BA Theatre Studies, University of Amsterdam
The Process: the art of making art exhibitions, Curatorial course Van Gogh Museum / C+O
Art, Science and Practice, Honours programme University of Amsterdam / Gerrit Rietveld Academy

Practice (selection):
Petra Ponte is a curator and cultural producer with a focus on creating space(s) for transcultural artistic practices in, between and beyond the fields of dance, performance, theatre and visual art.

since 2014 Curator Open Ateliers Zuidoost Artist in Residence
Board member and co-coordinator programme FLAT-
Programme director Open Art Route Arts Festival
2013-2104 Project team FATFORM FORWARD
2012 Project team and curator Artist in Residence + Dance programme FATFORM
2011 Co-curator het is aan Nieuw Dakota i.c.w. CBK Rotterdam / CBK Zuidoost / Heden 



Stipendiaten 2014 - Kuratoren


Januar - Juli



Stefanie Humbert
(D)

Stephanie Humbert
lives in Frankfurt am Main

 


Stephanie Noach (NL)

Stephanie Noach
lives in Amsterdam, Netherlands



 
Juli - Dezember



Niekolaas Johannes Lekkerkerk
 (NL)

Niekolass Johannes Lekkerkerk, *1988
lives in Rotterdam


Studies:
BA in Art History and Visual Culture, University of Utrecht
MA in Curating, London Metropolitan in conjunction with Whitechapel Gallery


Practice (selection):

Niekolass Johannes Lekkerkerk works as writer and curator. 
In 2012 he founded 'The Office of Curating'. (Rotterdam | theofficeofcurating.com

2014 Twelve Proposals for Rakvere for Kilometre of Sculpture, Rakvere
Ways of Working, According to an Office Desk, Upominki, Rotterdam 
Livre Imaginé – Dans Cinquante Ans d'Ici at Les Territoires, Montreal
Within the Sound of Your Voice, 5th Marrakech Biennale
2013 All the Pieces, Back Together, Selma Feriani Gallery, London
Shadows of a Doubt,Tallinn Art Hall, Tallinn
The Great Indoors, Motive Gallery, Brussels
Can’t Hear My Eyes, NoguerasBlanchard, Barcelona & Madrid
Two in the Wave, Printroom, Rotterdam
2012 Artists of the No, Projektraum Viktor Bucher,  part of Curated by_Vienna 2012 

 

Sally Müller (D)

Sally Müller, *1986
lives in Stockholm and Cologne

Studies:
BA in Art History, Stockholm University
MA in Curating Art. International Master's Programme in Curating Art, including Management and Law, Stockholm University


Practice (selection):
Sally Müller works as a curator, and editor.
In 2013 she founded `Constellation Projects` together with the American curator Heather Jones (www.constellation-projects.com)

2014 Blank Space, Studies in Curating Art I (free download)
2013 Fält 3, Artlab, Gnesta, Stockholm
Let´s Pretend We Live Here, Stockholm
Powerplay Kulturhuset, Stockholm
Copy Copy, Stockholm
2012 Stadt(t)räume – Szenografien des Urbanen, Cologne
Who am I?, Miriam Bäckström performance, Cologne
2011 Fakt & Fiktion, Cologne
Future Scenarios, Stockholm




Stipendiaten 2013 - Kuratoren


Januar - Juli


Kris Dittel (NL)

Kris Dittel, *1983
lives in Maastricht, Netherlands

Studies:
Arts and Heritage at the Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences, Maastricht University

Master of Arts 2010
Economic Policy and Social Sciences at the Masaryk University, Brno, Czech Republic, Master of Sciences 2006

Practice (selection):
Freelance curator (Nachtfahrt – Bonnefanten Roermond, Theatre of Thought Bonnefantenmuseum Maastricht)
Assistant curator Bonnefantenmuseum Maastricht (Martin Visser: collector, designer, free spirit; BACA Masterclass) (www.bonnefanten.nl)
Since 2009 board member and curator at B32 art initiative, Maastricht (www.b32.org)




Stephanie Seidel (D)

Stephanie Seidel, *1985
lives in Hamburg, Germany

Studies:
Angewandte Kulturwissenschaften (Kunst- und Bildwissenschaften & Kulturtheorie), Universität Lüneburg, Magister Artium 2010


Practice (selection):

Interim Director at NAK. Neuer Aachener Kunstverein, Aachen (www.neueraachenerkunstverein.de)
Assistant Curator at NAK. Neuer Aachener Kunstverein, Aachen
Assistance (Public Relations) at Halle für Kunst e.V., Lüneburg (www.halle-fuer-kunst.de)
Production assistant, Casino Luxembourg – Forum d’Art Contemporain (www.casino-luxembourg.lu) and IKT – International Association of Curators of Contemporary Art, Luxembourg (www.iktsite.org)
Assistance at Kunstraum der Universität Lüneburg, Lüneburg (http://kunstraum.uni-lueneburg.de/)

Lecturer in Art History at University of Applied Sciences, Aachen




Juli - Dezember


Suzie Hermán (NL)

Suzie Hermán, *1986
lives in Amsterdam, Netherlands


Studies:
Research Master Art Studies, University of Amsterdam, 2012
Bachelor Art History, University of Amsterdam, 2008
Honoursprogram Art, Science and Practice, UvA and the Rietveld Academy, 2007
Hungarian Culture and Literature, Balassi Institute, Budapest, 2005

Practice (selection):

Co-curator ‘It’s all about us. With halts, detours, new paths and many words in between’ ArtEZ Fine Art Department, Arnhem, 2012
Production for Kunsthuis SYB at Kunstvlaai Festival of independents 'INexactly THIS’, 2012
Co-curator ‘Graphic Happiness. 100 years of Dutch graphic design’, Museum Hilversum, 2011
Organiser and collaborator, ‘The Object Lag’, Nieuwe Vide, Haarlem, 2010
Assistant curator, Red A.I.R. | Redlight Art Amsterdam, a collaboration between City of Amsterdam, DeKey/Principaal, Kunstenaars&Co, SMBA, 2009

Co-curator, producer, Artnews Projects, Berlin, 2009




Jürgen Dehm (D)

Jürgen Dehm, *1978
lebt in Berlin

Studium:
Kunstkritik und kuratorisches Wissen, Ruhr-Universität Bochum
Germanistik, Kunstgeschichte und Soziologie, Universität Regensburg

Praxis u.a.:
Kuratorische Assistenz an der Kunsthalle Düsseldorf (www.kunsthalle-duesseldorf.de)
Assistenz an der Kunsthalle Zürich, Ausstellung „Bruce Conner“ (www.kunsthallezurich.ch)
Konzeption und Umsetzung eines Kunstvermittelungsprogramms für die in Berlin gezeigte Ausstellung „Conflicting Tales“ der Burger Collection, Hongkong (www.burgercollection.org)
Assistenz bei fruehsorge contemporary drawings, Berlin (www.fruehsorge.com)
 



Stipendiaten 2011/2012 - Kuratoren

Juli 2011 - Juli 2012


Carla Donauer (D)

Carla Donauer, *1981
lebt in Köln

Studium:
Kunstgeschichte und Allgemeine und vergleichende Literaturwissenschaft an der Johann-Wolfgang-Goethe-Universität Frankfurt/Main und an der Université de Paris X, Paris. Abschluss Magister Artium, 2010

Praxis seit 2007:

Projektleitung Günther-Peill-Stiftung (www.peill-stiftung.de)
Assistenz Galerie Vera Gliem
Kuratorische Assistenz Leopold-Hoesch-Museum & Papiermuseum Düren (
www.leopoldhoeschmuseum.de)                 
Mitarbeit im Frankfurter Kunstverein (
www.fkv.de)
Mitarbeiterin in der Schirn Kunsthalle Frankfurt – Abteilung Bildung, Vermittlung, Kunstpädagogik (
www.schirn.de)
Assistenz Portikus Kunsthalle Frankfurt / Main (
www.portikus.de)




Jasmin Makk (D)

Jasmin Makk, *1983
lebt in Köln

Studium:
Kunstgeschichte, Volkskunde und Psychologie an der Rheinischen Friedrich-Wilhelms Universität Bonn und an der Università degli studi di Roma ‚Tor Vergata‘, Rom. Abschluss Magister Artium, 2011

Praxis seit 2003 (Auswahl):
Mitglied der kunst:dialoge des Museum Ludwigs (
www.kunstdialoge.de)
Tätigkeit als „Cicerone“ im K20 und K21 in Düsseldorf
Praktikum in der Figge von Rosen Galerie Köln
Praktikum im „Centro Studi Cappella Orsini“ in Rom
Praktikum im Kunstmuseum Bonn (
www.kunstmuseum-bonn.de)
Mitglied der Ausstellungsgruppe der Universität Bonn (
www.ausstellungsgruppe.uni-bonn.de)



Alexandra Landré (NL)

Alexandra Landré, *1977
lebt in Amsterdam

Studium:
Kunstgeschichte Nieuwste Tijd aan der Universiteit van Amsterdam, Schwerpunkt Neue Medien und Kunst im öffentlichen Raum. Abschluss MA in 2010

Praxis seit 2003 (Auswahl):
Mitarbeiterin Lectoraat Kunst & Publieke Ruimte, Gerrit Rietveld Academie, Amsterdam, Kooperation mit u.a. Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam, Foundation for Art and Public Space, Virtual Museum Zuidas, Van Abbe Museum (www.lkpr.nl)
freiberufliche Kuratorin, Project u.a.: Synch Festival (Athen, GR), Stedelijk Museum Bureau (Amsterdam, NL), Kunsthalle Wien (Wien, A), Valiz Publishers (Amsterdam, NL)
freiberufliche Fundraiser für u.a. individual artist & projects, One Minute Foundation, Know-How/ Show_How.
Assistenz Annet Gelink Gallery, Amsterdam (www.annetgelink.nl)
Practikum Manifesta Foundation, Amsterdam (www.manifesta.org)





Stipendiaten 2010/2011 - Kuratoren

Juli 2010 - Juli 2011


Jari Ortwig (D)

Jari Ortwig, *1982
lebt in Köln

Studium:
Kunstgeschichte und Romanistik
an der Friedrich-Alexander-Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg und an der Università degli Studi di Torino, Turin, Abschluss Magister Artium, 2008                                                                        

Praxis seit 2003:
Kuratorische Assistenz / Volontariat an der Kunsthalle Düsseldorf (www.kunsthalle-duesseldorf.de)
Assistenz im Castello di Rivoli – Museo d`Arte Contemporanea, Rivoli-Turin (www.castellodirivoli.org)
Assistenz in der Städtischen Galerie Erlangen / Kunstpalais (www.kunstpalais.de)
Kunstpädagogische Tätigkeit im Kunst- und Kulturpädagogischen Zentrum der Museen der Stadt Nürnberg (www.kpz-nuernberg.de)
Mitorganisation des Theater- und Performancefestivals „ARENA...der jungen Künste“, Erlangen (www.arena-festival.de)



Arne Reimann (D)

Arne Reimann, *1977
lebt in Düsseldorf
www.arnereimann.de

Studium:
Kunstgeschichte und Philosophie
an der Heinrich-Heine-Universität Düsseldorf, Abschluss Magister Artium, 2009

Praxis seit 1999 (Auswahl):
Projektleiter des KAI 10 | Raum für Kunst der Arthena Foundation, Düsseldorf (www.kaistrasse10.de)
Gründer und Leiter der REIMANN LE BÈGUE Galerie, Düsseldorf zusammen mit Florence Le Bègue (www.reimannlebegue.de)
Volontär Kunsthalle Düsseldorf (www.reimannlebegue.de)
Kurator in Off-Räumen in Düsseldorf und Köln
Assistenz im Neuen Aachener Kunstverein (www.neueraachenerkunstverein.de)



Joanne Dijkman (NL)

Joanne Dijkman, *1985
lebt in Dieren

Studium:
Kunstgeschichte
an den Universität Utrecht (UU), an der Universität von Amsterdam (UvA) und an der Hogeschool vor de Kunsten Utrecht (HKU)

Praxis seit 2006:
Lehrauftrag für Kunstgeschichte an der ArtEZ AKI Enschede (NL)
Kunstkritikerin für Tubelight, Mr. Motley und Galerie Gist
Volontärin am Museum voor Moderne Kunst Arnhem (MMKA) (www.mmkarnhem.nl)
Ausstellungsprojekt in der Academiegalerie HKU (www.academiegalerie.nl)
Ausstellungsprojekt 'De grenzen van het affiche' im Museum Mesdag, Den Haag (www.museummedag.nl)
Mitarbeiterin des Buchprojektes 'Posters NL'



Stipendiaten 2009/2010 - Kuratoren

Juni 2009 - Juli 2010


Christoph Platz (D)

Christoph Platz, *1982
lebt in Kassel und Köln

Studium:
Kunstgeschichte, Germanistik und Allgemeine Sprachwissenschaft
an der Westfälische Wilhelms-Universität Münster, Abschluss Magister Artium, 2009

Praxis seit 2005:
Volontär bei den Skulptur Projekten Münster 07 (www.skulptur- projekte.de)
Mitinitiierung und Organisation der Vortragsreihe "Irgendwas mit  Kunst" am
LWL-Landesmuseum für Kunst und Kulturgeschichte (www.irgendwasmitkunst.com )
Assistenz im Westfälischen Kunstverein (www.westfaelischer-kunstverein.de )
Kurator des Jahresprogramms 2008 im Förderverein Aktuelle Kunst e.V. (www.foerdervereinaktuellekunst.de )


Nadine Zeidler (D)

Nadine Zeidler, *1979
lebt in London

Studium:
Kunstgeschichte, Philosophie und Betriebswirtschaft an der Rheinischen Friedrich-Wilhelms-Universität Bonn
und der Université Sorbonne, Paris IV, Paris.

Praxis seit 2004 (Auswahl):
Kuratorische Assistenz / Kuratorin Kunstverein München (www.kunstverein-muenchen.de)
Assistenz Bonner Kunstverein (www.bonnerkunstverein.de)
Assistenz Galerie Jocelyn Wolff, Paris (www.galeriewolff.com)
Mitglied der Ausstellungsgruppe des Kunsthistorischen Instituts Bonn (www.ausstellungsgruppe.uni-bonn.de)
Assistenz Fotografische Sammlung, Museum Ludwig, Köln


Lieke Wouters (NL) (assoziierte Kuratorin 1.-7.2010)

Lieke Wouters, *1982
lebt in Nijmegen

Studium:
Kunstgeschichte, Radboud Universiteit Nijmegen (NL)

Praxis seit 2006:
Kurator/Organisator des Projekts Straalstroom, Kunstenaarsinitiatief Paraplufabriek Nijmegen (www.expoplu.nl)
Projektassistenz Museum Het Valkhof Nijmegen (www.museumhetvalkhof.nl)
Projektassistenz Extrapool (www.extrapool.nl)
PR Referent für den Witteveen+Bos-prijs für Kunst+Techniek (www.witteveenbos.nl)