Kuratorin und Autorin
Dipl. Museol. (FH)
is a Museologist and Cultural Anthropologist from FHTW Berlin after training as a chemical laboratory assistant and working as a local and cultural journalist. She works as a curator, journalist, lecturer for exhibition theory and in local politics. She is doing her PhD on ‘Possibilities of (Re)presenting Transnational Care Work’ at the Critical Migration and Border Regime Research Laboratory of the Institute for Cultural Anthropology at Göttingen University.
Kurator und Gestalter
David Kranzelbinder (*1982 in Graz) grew up near the Slovenian-Austrian border.
He completed a multimedia training at Borg Bad Radkersburg as well as an acting and sound
training and studied history, German language and literature and philosophy in Graz. After many years of
Project collaboration at the Literaturhaus Graz and the Kunsthaus Graz, he was appointed artistic director
of the Pavelhaus in Laafeld / Bad Radkersburg in 2017. Kranzelbinder is also a photographer and
Tine Fetz, born 1984, works as an illustrator and comic artist in Berlin.
In addition to commissioned work for various publications and magazines, she publishes her own comic stories in a weekly newspaper and in anthologies.
Matjaž Wenzel is author, who works on the fields of photography, video and graphic design, born in ex-Yugoslavia (Maribor, 1973). He graduated from the University of Maribor, Faculty of Pedagogy, department of fine art with diploma thesis Leal Souvenir – image as memory with help of time machine. After working as an art teacher on several primary and high schools, he founded a studio (MILIMETER) for photography and graphic design. He has designed over 50 books and book jackets for several publishing hauses.
With his photographic works, he has had several solo exibitions and has participated in many selected group exhibitions at Modern Gallery Ljubljana; Art Gallery Maribor; The International Centre of Graphic Arts in Ljubljana; Les Rencontres de la photographie, Arles; Japan International Salon of Photography, Tokiyo; Pavillon du Musée Fabre, Montpellier; Nuit Blanche, Paris; …
Matjaž Wenzel was awarded with best book design of the year 2007, 2016, 2018 (Cankarjev dom, Ljubljana), Glazer Award (Maribor, 2011) and nominated for Albert Renger Patzsch Award (Museum Folkwang, Essen, 2009), Deutsche Boerse Photography Prize, The Photographer’s Gallery, London, 2009 and was a finalist for OHO Award (Ljubljana, 2007).
Some of his works are part of collections at Art Gallery Maribor and Museum of Modern Art in Ljubljana.
He lives and works in Maribor, Slovenia.