Saskia just finished their master studies in management when they joined us as our invaluable assistant for the last year of our project.
Prof. Karen van den Berg
Karen holds a chair for Art Theory and Curating at Zeppelin University and gave Working Utopias an administrative and intellectual home.
Ayşe is a choreographer and performer. She was part of the master seminar in Stolpe to which she contributed a workshop on movement practice in collaboration with Christina.
Barbara is a performance art production manager. She supported us in the course of the performance Unfolding and the Sympósion.
Caique’s artistic practice involves food. For Working Utopias he contributed a food concept to our Sympósion and was fellow traveller to Autobahn William Willhelm Caffee Dallas and PAF.
Chris is specialised in producing and editing video documentation of performance art. All video material on this website exists thanks to him and his endless patience.
Ditteke is scenographer and costume designer. She was responsible for the aesthetic environment of both, the performance Unfolding and the Sympósion.
Gretchen, an interdisciplinary artist and light designer, was responsible for the subtly changing atmospheres of both, Unfolding and the Sympósion.
Igor is a dramaturge and as such involved with the performance Unfolding and the Sympósion.
Mona was PhD researcher at Viadrina University and collaborated with Anke in co-creating the master seminar in Stolpe.
Prof. Saskia Hebert
Saskia is an architect and transformation designer. Together with her students, she co-created the master seminar in Stolpe that could be described as an experiment in utopian practice. She also was conversation-partner during the Sympósion.
Uli is a maker involved with Ponderosa (Stolzenhagen). Together with others he also acquired a former concrete factory in Stolpe to develop it into a place where cultural production runs along with diverse other businesses, initiatives and projects. He opened the concrete factory to Anke’s and Saskia’s (management, cultural studies and transformation design) students, who – together with Christina and Ayşe – experimented with developing concepts for its alternative futures.