Anna-Catharina Gebbers is a curator of the Nationalgalerie im Hamburger Bahnhof – Museum für Gegenwart – Berlin. There she is responsible for international media and performance art collections, and has staged solo exhibitions by Anne Imhof and Julian Rosefeldt, as well as group exhibitions, such as Magical Soup: Media Art from the Collection of the Nationalgalerie, the Friedrich Christian Flick Collection im Hamburger Bahnhof and Loans. Essential to her curatorial practice are international collaborative projects like those seen in the exhibition chapter Making Paradise: Places of Longing from Paul Gauguin to Tita Salina (in collaboration with Grace Samboh and Enin Supriyanto) for Hello World: Revising a Collection (2018), or the upcoming research and exhibition project Collecting Entanglements and Embodied Histories (curated with Gridthiya Gaweewong, Grace Samboh, and June Yap, at MAIIAM/Chiang Mai, Galeri Nasional Indonesia/Jakarta, National Gallery Singapore, Hamburger Bahnhof – Museum für Gegenwart – Berlin, 2017–2022).
Lieselotte Schinzing is currently a research assistant at the project Circulating Narratives – Entangling Communities: Case Studies in Global Performance Art aspart of the Cluster of Excellence Temporal Communities: Doing Literature in a Global Context. She is also currently working towards a master’s in Culture and Media Management at the Freie Universität Berlin. Prior to this she worked at the gallery Annely Juda Fine Art, after completing her studies in History of Art at Goldsmiths, University of London, where she initially developed her interest for the epistemological approaches of cultural ‘myth-making’ and storytelling. As one of the co-presidents of the Visual Cultures Society during her time at Goldsmiths, she organised and curated events and exhibitions such as Curating Ideas with Dr. Irit Rogoff and Dr. Louis Moreno, and The Expanded City, investigating metropolitan narratives within cultural production.