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.



Gr_und, Berlin, Germany 04/2021

Dutch Design Week 2020, Netherlands, 10/2020

FH Postdam, Germany 2015—2021

ZHdK, Zurich, 2018


Gr_und, Berlin, Germany 06/2019


Making Futures

Making Futures Bauhaus+ is a practice-based research project in collaboration between raumlabor and the Berlin University of the Arts (UdK). Since 2018, Making Futures addresses questions of architecture as a collective form and architecture as a resource. In schools, workshops, and other educational formats, the project has explored modes of city-making based around diverse forms of knowledge exchange: assembling, constructing, baking, recycling, dancing and more.

In Spring 2020, I joined the project as part of my internship to work on the Making Future publication, which Spector Books will publish in autumn 2021. The Making Futures publication is another format to continue the discourse; to bring in new voices, engage in dialogue, and take on different perspectives and forms of expression. Instead of just documenting the past, the publication aims to think further.

Making Futures Team:
Markus Bader, Juan Chacón, George Kafka, Anna Kokalanova, Christof Mayer, Nina Blume, Tatjana Schneider, Rosario Talevi

Making Futures Summer School 2019 at Haus der Statistik, Berlin Alexanderplatz. Prior Making Futures has hosted a plug-in of the Floating University and five mobile workshops in Istanbul, Palermo, Tel Aviv, Chicago and Thuringia.

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