Berlin Program Consultants
Associate Public Programs Manager
Kirsten Storz is a cultural manager and researcher. Prior to assisting the BMW Guggenheim Lab as Associate Public Programs Manager, she directed the media arts festival EMERGEANDSEE and worked as a research assistant for the research project HealthGovMatters. She holds an MA in Communication and Cultural Management (Zeppelin University) and a BA in European Media Studies (University of Potsdam).
Photo: courtesy Kirsten Storz
Public Programs Manager
Lutz Henke is a cultural scientist (MA) and curator. After studying urban studies, art, subcultures, and contemporary history in Frankfurt (Oder), Buenos Aires, and Berkeley, he was awarded a grant by Olafur Eliasson’s “Institute for Spatial Experiments” at the University of the Arts Berlin, and taught in the master’s program “Spatial Strategies” at Kunsthochschule Berlin Weißensee. As chairman of the Kreuzberg art organization Artitude e.V. and director of the exhibition space and former secret reserve Senatsreservenspeicher Berlin he has curated and managed art projects dealing with urban art and communication since 2001. Henke has been included in a range of publications and talks on urban culture and history. Currently, he is involved in various international art projects and in research on public art, aesthetics, and the Berlin Wall for the Berlin Wall Foundation.
Photo: Christine McLaren
Alexander Roehl was the Film Program Consultant at the BMW Guggenheim Lab in Berlin. After finishing his MA in film studies, he worked at the Berlin International Film Festival (Berlinale) and other festivals. He is currently Project Manager at the German Film and Television Academy Berlin (DFFB).
Photo: courtesy Alexander Roehl