Silke Ballath graduated in cultural studies in Hildesheim and gallery education in Marseille. In 2003, she was among the founders of the curatorial team A7 and organized exhibitions and the gallery education program. She wrote her thesis on socially restricted access to contemporary art in public space. She lives and works in Berlin as a gallery educator and freelance writer.
studied applied cultural studies in Lüneburg, Madrid, and Berlin. She worked as a research assistant at the Badischer Kunstverein in Karlsruhe and at documenta 12. She has contributed to this publication both as an editor and author.
studied art and communicative practice at the University of Applied Arts Vienna and Hispanic studies at Vienna University. She worked as a gallery educator at Kunsthalle Wien and organised projects in collaboration with the group MIK. She currently works as a research assistant at the Institute for Art Education, Zurich University of the Arts.
Sandra Ortmann is an artist and activist, as well as a member of the queer/feminist all-girl boy group Sissy Boyz, www.sissyboyz.de. She performs in burlesque shows with Ärzte ohne Ängste. She was an agent of the Secret Service for the 5th Berlin Biennial and currently works as an assistant at Museum Fridericianum where she is responsible for education.