Curators Worldwide

1976 born in Basel, works and lives in Rheinfelden AG

 

Roy is the director of the a-space network for artists and curators internationally.

His company TOROcreativeLab is the sponsor for the overall design of SEED.

Roy co-founded several international  art events such CAMPBASEL, SEED or

MINIATURE OF NATURE. He is working interdiciplinary, crosscultural and often

with a hybrid.

The nature of his motivation is bringing people from all nations and disciplines

together to inspire new ideas.

Project Head global

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Roy Hofer

Roy is the organizer of the SEED 2.0 grand tour. Coordinating the decentralized venues, bringing together the artists, curators, sponsors and collectors.

 

Founding director of the a-space network.

JASMIN GLAAB INDEPENDENT ARTS CH offers art management and education for freelance artists, commercial galleries, curatorial initiatives and non-profit associations. MAS Jasmin Glaab (*1988) holds a Bachelor of Arts in Fine Art FHNW and a Master of

Arts in Art Education & Curatorial Studies ZHdK. Since 2014 she is founding curator and managing director of the Swiss non-profit artists-run initiative kunsthallekleinbasel.

Glaab is an independent art mediator, curator and regular coach, providing studio and gallery management for various clients.

Jasmin Glaab is since 2020 a-space representative for Switzerland.

Project Head Hungary

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Jasmin Glaab

Jasmin is working as an independent curator for the SEED 2.0 project. 

For Art Market Budapest Jasmin is among Alek and Roy co-curator for

the kick off show in Hungary.

Alexandra Wolframm (1971, Braunschweig, Germany) lives and works in Berlin. She studied law at the University of Hamburg (1992-1997) and from 2005 to 2008 she studied painting and video art at the Accademia di Belle Arti di Roma. She is co-founder of “Peninsula e.V.” (www.peninsula.land), an association of Italian and German artists based

in Berlin.

Curator Poland

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Alexandra Wolframm

Alexandra is a freelance curator for the Polish artists at SEED 2.0 and

co-organizer for the SEED 2.0 exhibition in Warsaw.

Born in 1975. Visual artist and curator based in Warsaw–Poland.

2005-2010 Studies of fine arts at the Accademia di Belle Arti, Rome (ITA),

diploma in 2010

1995-2000 Philosophy studies at the University of Warsaw (PL), diploma in 2000

Organizer Poland

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Alek Slon

Alek is the co-organizer for the SEED 2.0 show at Art Market Budapest and the host for the exhibition in Warsaw.

B.A. in School of Language and Culture Studies, Tokyo University of Foreign Studies Currently M.A. candidate

Research Themes:

Relationships between fine art and fashion in the perspective of curatorial practices

Curator Japan

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Tomoya Iwata

Tomoya is the co-organizer for the Tokyo SEED 2.0 exhibition in and the freelance curator for the Japanese artists at SEED 2.0.

​1991 Born in Japan

​2018 B.F.A. in Sculpture, Tokyo University of the Arts, Tokyo, Japan

Akira Sakashita is since 2020 a-space representative for Japan.
 

Organizer Japan

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Akira Sakashita

Akira is the co-organizer and host for the SEED 2.0 exhibition in Tokyo.

 

He is also the a-space representative in Japan.

Wei-Yun (張為雲) is a Taiwanese artist and curator. She usually uses non-traditional materials to create her work and aims to extend the various possibilities and contexts

for visual storytelling. Her work has been exhibited in independent art fairs and

galleries in Asia and Europe since 2014. 

MA Illustration, University for the Creative Arts, United Kingdom

GDAD, Art&Design, University for Creative Arts, United Kingdom

BA College of Communication, National Chengchi University, Taiwan

Weiyun Chang is since 2020 a-space manager for Asia-Pacific and representative for Taiwan.

Curator and Organizer Taiwan

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Weiyun Chang

Weiyun is the curator and host for the Taipei SEED 2.0 exhibition. She is also the organizer and communications manager for SEED 2.0 in Taiwan.

Weiyun is the a-space  manager for the Asia-Pacific area and a-space representative in Taiwan. 

Nadja Borer is doctor of philosophy, media science and art history graduated from University of Basel.

She was curator for several art exhibitions with a-space and other initiatives with Roy Hofer. Nadja is also a freelance blogger, fundra 

Communications Head

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Dr. Nadja Borer

Nadja is independent curator for the Swiss artists at SEED 2.0 and manager for the communication at SEED 2.0 Switzerland.

Nadja Borer is doctor of philosophy, media science and art history graduated from University of Basel.

She was curator for several art exhibitions with a-space and other initiatives with Roy Hofer. Nadja is also a freelance blogger, fundra 

Creative and Design Manager

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Nena Nastasiya

Nena Nastasiya is a traveller visual artist developing her long term childhood project, Space Robot. She intends that art would be able to connect and regenerate in a borderless time and space.


Nena works together with Roy on the creative and design part for SEED2.0, as well as organizing the global social media campaigns for SEED2.0..