with Gilly Karjevsky
Thu 21 March, 11 a.m.—4 p.m.


Individual registration (with the indication of time preference, the meeting will last about 1 hour.) until Monday, 18 March at

Gilly Karjevsky is currently a guest of the Temporary Gallery residency program.

Gilly Karjevsky is an urban curator based in Berlin. Her current research looks at Collective Autotheory and Urban Curating after the planetary turn. She is a guest professor for social design at HFBK in Hamburg 22-24, curator in residence at the MArch at CSM in London, and founding association member at Floating e.V since 2018, where she is curating the Climate Care festival - a festival for theory and practice on a nature-culture learning site, the residency program Urban Practice and a participatory lexicon process. Gilly is a graduate of the Spatial Practices program at Central Saint Martins in London and has an MFA in Narrative Environments. She has published on several platforms, most recently "Collective Auotheory" in New Alphabet School #21 - Practices of Knowledge Production in Art, Activism and Collective Research , "Care for Cities" in Expanding Academy Reader #3 and "Climate Care - A Curriculum for Urban Practice" in Radicalizing Care - Feminist and Queer Activism in Curating.