Nina Blume



Is a Berlin-based designer, reseracher, editor and curator. Besides developing her own projects, she finds her passionate role in creating (plat)forms to bring different voices together through printed publications, curated group exhibitions, dinner rounds, or experimental events.

Nina is one-third of the curatorial collective (Non)Depleted and an artist member of the project space Gr_und. Currently working as an editorial assistant at Making Futures, a practice-based research project of the architecture studio Raumlabor.




Curatorial

Education

(NON)DEPLETED
Gr_und, Berlin, Germany 04/2021

(NON)DEPLETED
Dutch Design Week 2020, Netherlands, 10/2020

BA COMMUNICATION
FH Postdam, Germany 2015—2021

TRENDS & IDENTITY
ZHdK, Zurich, 2018

Exhibitions

DÈ-JARDINER
Gr_und, Berlin, Germany 06/2019


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Dwelling On Gender

FHP/UdK, 2017




The interdisciplinary exhibition workshop explores post-capitalist concept ideas and the cultural influence of housing from a feminist perspective. For example, with the “Frankfurt Kitchen,” “Cluster Living,” or the “Co-op Interior” by Hannes Meyer supplemented by lectures of the feminists Nina Power and Katie Lloyd Thomas, workshops and guest critics.
It included various FHP study programmes and cooperated with the seminar “Liquid Geometry: Feminist Perspectives on Theories of Space and Visualisation Techniques” by Prof. Dr. Nathalie Bredella (UdK Berlin).

In the practical part, we investigated alternative housing images, like the concept of Radical Communing or Invisible Labor. It was resulting in various projects, ranging from fictitious interviews, installations and texts to explore these narratives. The collected projects were exhibited during the exhibition at the FHP and UdK.


Course: “Dwelling On Gender”, Christian Berkes and Jenni Becker, FH Potsdam




The collected projects were exhibited in Potsdam at FHP and in Berlin at UdK (Universitiy of Arts).


The associated publication was developed in cooperation with the botopress platform.

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