Georg Schellhammer, Editor Curator and Writer, Head of tranzit.at and Founding Editor of springerin, Vienna, Austria
Georg Schöllhammer is an editor, writer, and curator based in Vienna. He is founding editor of springerin Hefte für Gegenwartskunst and Head of tranzit.at. Schöllhammer has worked internationally on cultural projects including documenta, Manifesta, the Biennials of Venice, Gumry, and Kiev, Sweet Sixties, L’internationale, Former West, the Vienna Festival, and the Vienna Fair. He is Chairman of The Július Koller Society. From 2004–7 Schöllhammer was Editor-in-Chief of documenta 12 and conceived and directed documenta 12 magazines. He is an international advisor to the Garage Museum Moscow. Forthcoming exhibitions and projects he is (co-)curating include: Július Koller, Museum of Modern Art Warsaw, MuMoK Vienna, 2016. Recent exhibitions include: The Capital Of Desires, The Armenian Pavilion at the Venice Biennale of Architecture 2014; A Parallel Modernity in the framework of Sao Paulo Biennale 2014; Report on the Construction of a Spaceship Model (New Museum, NY, 2014, Gdansk, 2014); Unrest of Form (Vienna Festival, 2013); Trespassing Modernities (SALTGalata, Istanbul 2013); Soviet Modernism (AZW, Vienna, 2012); Moments (ZKM, Karlsruhe, 2012). Recent publications: Ion Grigorescu, Diaries 1970–1974 (Sternberg Press, 2014), KwieKulik (JRP Ringier, 2013), Moments—A history of performance in 10 acts (Hatje Cantz, ZKM, 2013: co-edited with Sigrid Gareis and Peter Weibel); Sweet Sixties (Sternberg Press, 2014).
Hedwig Saxenhuber, Curator, Writer and General Editor, springerin, Vienna, Austria
Hedwig Saxenhuber is an editor, writer, and curator based in Vienna. She is co-editor of the arts periodical springerin Hefte für Gegenwartskunst. She was founding Artistic Director with Christian Kravagna at Kunstraum Lakeside in Klagenfurt from 2005–15 and was also Co-artistic Director of VIENNAFAIR 2011. Her recent large-scale exhibitions are Unrest of Form—Imagining the Political Subject, with Georg Schöllhammer and Stefanie Carp (Vienna Festival, 2013); Bad Script for a Retrospective, Josef Dabernig, P74 (Ljubljana, 2011); Grenzenlos, an exhibition for the 20th anniversary of Kulturkontakt, (Vienna, 2010); Art + Politics, from the Collection of the City of Vienna (MUSA, 2008); Parallel Histories, 6, with Georg Schöllhammer (Gyumri Biennial, Armenia, 2008); Valie Export (Moscow Biennial, NCCA, 2007); and Postorange, Contemporary Art from Ukraine, (Kunsthalle Vienna, 2006). She has received several prizes for the Kunstraum Lakeside program. She is an associated member of the Vienna Secession.