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Christina Vogelsang is an urban sociologist, project director and curator. For several years she has worked as a production manager for various theaters and festivals and has been the initiator of the then successful "short-plots-festival" in New York. A large part of her artistic practice takes place in non-institutional frames. She is known for temporarily borrowing buildings to invite artists and entrepreneurs using the space as a studio and exhibition room. So far she has collected a high rise building, a theatre, a lighthouse, a store, a farm and a gymnasium.
As a curator she has advanced the community gallery Roter Hahn in Gröpelingen, hosted exhibitions in public spaces and worked as a seasonal manager at the Cape Clear Heritage Center in Ireland. She gives classes on art in public spaces and place-development through civic engagment.
Her interest in the design and built of public spaces was reflected in her five year stint on the building committee in Gröpelingen. She participates in various spatial planning processes and supports alternative building projects. Currently she is the speaker of the Bremen Green Party´s Cultural Work Group and a member of the Historic Society in Gröpelingen, the Bremen Center for Building Culture and the Horse Museum in Verden. She can be contacted at info (@) christinavogelsang.de
© Christina Vogelsang, 2020
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