Cornelia Hinterschuster is a social scientist with a focus on the sociology of work and gender studies and an interest in the intersections of art and emancipatory practices. She is personal assistant to the artistic direction at Berlin’s Ballhaus Naunynstraße, having previously worked with artist and writer Grada Kilomba and at the Heinrich Böll Foundation in the field of diversity and communal-political themes. Hinterschuster explored visual sociology as a research perspective in the context of volunteer work and urbanity at Goldsmiths University in London and University of the Western Cape in Cape Town.
Isabel Klein is a PhD student and research associate in gender studies at the department of Sociology at LMU Munich. Her research is about body and beauty work in labor relations. Klein has studied in Berlin and at the New School for Social Research, New York, where she began to engage with interdisciplinary projects on the interface between art, science and social critique. She lectures about the sociology of the body and affect theory, dealing with questions of work and gender, social inequality and affects.
Svenja Paulsen is a curator and editor with a background in social and cultural studies. From 2015 to 2017, she was a fellow in the photography curating program of the Alfried Krupp von Bohlen und Halbach Foundation with rotations in museums in Munich, Essen, Dresden and at the Victoria & Albert Museum in London. Paulsen has worked on several exhibitions and publications, gives guided tours and writes about contemporary photography.
As of April 2018