Since 2013 I have curated exhibitions for museums, galleries and off-spaces. At the heart of my practice lies a commitment to artists and audiences through continued accessibility to contemporary art and photographic culture.
Here you can find a selection of exhibitions I either curated or co-curated.

Into the Woods. Perspectives on Forest Ecosystems

The comprehensive group exhibition Into the Woods deals with one of the world’s most vital ecosystems: the forest. Sixteen contemporary artists reflect on the forest as a habitat, its ecological processes, as well as the threats it faces. The exhibition was part of Klima Biennale Wien 2024.

Close/d. Artistic Explorations in Neighbouring Environments

The outdoor exhibition CLOSE/D takes a broadening look at the environment and the world around us and encounters it in a neighbourly way: twelve artistic positions are assembled in public space that open up diverse ecological perspectives on the present and the future.

We Love Our Customers – Stefanie Moshammer

Stefanie Moshammer’s ongoing series We Love Our Customers plays with our perception of today’s consumer and brand culture. In a humorous and perceptive way, the artist examines our relationship to garments between tradition and the present, between appreciation and mass product.


The group exhibition brings images about women by women into focus. On show are selected, new works by IntAkt artists of different generations that deal with inspiring women or women’s collectives: From daughters and mothers, to colleagues and artists, to feminist pioneers and historical role models.

Nach Uns die Sintflut

Nach uns die Sintflut [After Us, the Flood] presents a selection of artistic positions that focus on the effects of climate change on the ecosystem. The works in the exhibition show and analyse the impact the global climate crisis has on glaciers, sea and marine regions, considering both scientific and political aspects.

Biosphere X – Claudius Schulze

Intensive farming, large-scale soil sealing, global warming and flora and fauna exploitation, are causing a rapid loss of habitat. For his site-specific installation Claudius Schulze conflates two epoch-defining trends: the loss of biodiversity on the one hand and the creation of new life forms through artificial intelligence and bionics on the other.

Ping Pong

Through a call for entries six female photographers were selected for the PING PONG project. Like a game of ping-pong, the artists pass pictures back and forth that they have either picked out from their archives or created especially for this exercise. The visual ping-pongs are presented in three exhibitions in decentralized locations in different districts of Vienna

Future Scenarios – Lena Dobrowolska & Teo Ormond-Skeaping

What would the future look like with global warming running at 1.5 to 6 degrees centigrade? In their long-term multimedia project entitled Future Scenarios Lena Dobrowolska and Teo Ormond-Skeaping outline multiple scenarios open to interpretation on what the future might be like.

What are you looking at

Provocative, flirtatious, inviting – the exhibition title can be read as both a question and a statement, and refers to aspects of observing as well as being observed. This group exhibition assembles positions by artists who work with depictions of the female body and gender representations using photographic and filmic self-representation.

Past Present Future

What is the past, present and future of women as artists? The extensive group exhibition analyses the localization of artists in art history that still (consciously) marginalizes female positions as well as current artistic practices and desiderates of female art production.

I Dreamed We Were Alive

The group exhibition features five positions showcased by international artists which explore intimate moments and personal experiences through photography. Photography acts as a medium for remembering a particular period of time, individual emotions or group affiliations.


The symbolic shots of overcrowded boats, barbed wire and waiting crowds of people have become part of our everyday media life. They remind us of the continuing drama of the situation, but at the same time fix the border as a de facto and fateful barrier. What can artistic photography add to this depiction?

Found Not Taken

A leaning coat stand, yesterday’s newspapers, an old satellite dish or a chair with a broken backrest – things thrown away by others – that’s what Edson Chagas is interested in. For his photo series Found Not Taken the Angolan artist walked the streets of Luanda, London and Newport to find discarded objects and photograph them.

Rough but Gentle

During the Eyes On – Month of Photography Vienna, a former metalworking shop in Vienna’s 15th district is transformed into an exhibition venue for contemporary photographic art. Present within the medium only in the form of a trompe-l’oeil, the photographic space is expanded by installation and sculptural art.