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alpha nova & galerie futura


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(c) Juliane Koch

www.galeriefutura.de/


Since October 2019, Sylvia Sadzinski has been working as program director and artistic co-director of alpha nova & galerie futura. She was curator of the municipal Galerie im Turm and curatorial assistant at Kunstraum Kreuzberg/Bethanien (2017-2019). Since 2012, she has been curating exhibitions and developing several cultural projects, among others for Schwules Museum Berlin and STWST Linz or together with the nomadic project space Neue Berliner Räume in close collaboration with partners such as C/O Berlin and Kunsthaus Dahlem. She was a research assistant at the Department of Women's and Gender Studies at the Johannes Kepler University of Linz, Austria, and she is a lecturer at the Node Center for Curatorial Studies and regularly holds lectureships at various international universities in the field of queer and feminist visual culture.

alpha nova & galerie futura is a Berlin-based art space for exhibitions and cultural events with a decidedly emancipatory and feminist perspective. The project was founded in 1986. It focuses on collaborations with women* artists. alpha nova & galerie futura creates a space for linking political intervention and artistic practice in order to develop critical standpoints for the artistic and academic communities, as well as for society at large. Every year, up to five exhibitions with visual arts of all genres are realized in cooperation with the participating artists and other partners. Events like film screenings, performances, concerts, readings, lectures, talks and discussions as well as thematic workshops and round-table discussions for women* cultural producers complement the program. We regularly work and collaborate with various local, national and international partner institutions and individuals. alpha nova & galerie futura offers coaching and support in conceptional work and networking for women* in artistic fields. Focus: Feminisms, postcolonialism, intersectionality, conceptual and investigative approaches, collaborative work, art as knowledge production, research as artistic format.

Sylvia joins us for the Art Space Connect Workshop on 07 November 2020


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