Fair:Play 2006
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The jury

The jury is composed by professionals from various fields: curators, institutions’ directors, professors and filmmakers. Here below you will find their names and short biographies.


Nathalie Anglès is currently at Location 1, a New York based not-for-profit art organization, where she develops and manages since 2001 Location One's International Residency Program. She is co-founder of artbrain.org and works on independent curatorial projects in the USA and abroad.
After completing the curatorial internship at the Ecole du Magasin, CNAC Grenoble she went on to work on curatorial projects at Ecole Nationale Superieure des Beaux Arts and the Union Centrale des Arts Decoratifs, Paris before moving to New York in 2000.
www.artbrain.org / www.location1.org

.: MARC GlÖDE (Germany)

Marc Glöde is presently Assistant Professor & Research Fellow in the Department of Film Studies at the Freie Universität, Berlin. He curated numerous exhibitions and film-series and was Co-Director of the Wild Walls Film Festival (Berlin, Los Angeles, London and New York). Among the many publications about film and art, ‘Igor Mischiyev: MultiStoryCarPark’ is his latest one.
He is presently involved in curating Experimenta film-festival Bombay in 2007.
He lives between Berlin and New York City.

.: BIRGIT KOHLER (Germany)

Birgit Kohler is a film expert and programme-curator. She is one of the three directors of Kino Arsenal in Berlin. She is in the managing committee of the Freunde der Deutschen Kinemathek e.V. / Berlin, a member of the selection committee of the des Internationalen Forums des Jungen Films / Berlinale. She is as well co-editor of the internet magazine ‘nach dem Film’.
www.fdk-berlin.de / www.nachdenfilm.de

.: HARM LUX (The Netherlands)

Harm Lux is an independent curator who was born and raised in the Netherlands. He studied at the Sociale Academie Markendaal and at the Hogesschool W-Brant in Breda. In 1987/1988 he was assistant to Ulrich Loock, the director of the Kunsthalle Bern. In 1988, he founded the Shedhalle in Zürich where he was both director and curator until 1993. Between 1996 and 1999 he was curator at the Shed im Eisenwerk, in Frauenfeld (Switzerland). Since 1999 he has been working as an independent curator.


Chus Martínez was born in Ponteceso (Spain) in 1972.
She has always been interested in the relationship between theory and practice, and in how, after the linguistic turn, the Anglo-Saxon philosophical tradition focuses on finding a definition for art, whereas the Continental School tries to shed light on the concept of experience through art. As a matter of fact, she wrote a doctoral thesis about the interface between aesthetics and art philosophy.
She completed an M.A. in Curatorial Studies, with the help of Fulbright Scholarship, at Bard College, NY. During this time she co-ran the art-space Parkers box together with Alun Williams, in Williamsburg (Brooklyn, NYC).
Between 2001 and 2002 she held a position in Barcelona´s “la Caixa” Foundation, encharged with programming Sala Montcada.
Between 2003 and 2005, she was curator at Sala Rekalde, a public art space in Bilbao, the Basque Country. Apart from curating the exhibitions, she was as well in charge of the ongoing lecture series The Form of Ideas.
She is currently the director of the Frankfurter Kunstverein, Frankfurt am Main (Germany).

.: IVICA PINJUH (Bosnia Herzegovina)

Ivica Pinjuh was born in Jablanica, Bosna Herzegovina, in 1957. He is theatre and film critic and editor of the magazine ‘SINEAST’. He is Assistant Professor at the Faculty of Philosophy at the University of Sarajevo. In November 2005, he was one of the five jurors at the 11th Biennale de l'Image en Mouvement, Centre d’Art Contemporain Genève, Switzerland.
www.ff.unsa.ba / www.11bim.ch

.: SVEN WÖRNER (Germany)

Sven Wörner was, in 1991, among the founders of the Kommunalen Kinos Leipzig, since 2005 known as Cinémathèque Leipzig. Since 1997, he has been fully involved in the preparation of the Cinémathèque’s yearly programme as well as in the organization of special screenings dedicated to experimental cinema and film history. Between 1995 and 2000, he was in charge of both programme and selection of ‘Lichtschicht – festival des jungen Films Leipzig’. In 2002 he co-produced the exhibition ‘Bauhausleuchten? Kandemlicht!’ curated by Justus Binroth, which took place at the Museum für Kunsthandwerk Leipzig and at the Bauhaus Archiv, Berlin. He is at the moment involved in the organization of ‘Der authentische Ort’, a film programme that will be screened at the Museum der Bildenden Künste, Leipzig.

.: PETER ZORN (Germany)

Peter Zorn is film maker and media art curator. He founded the Werkleitz Society, the Centre for Artistic Visual Media in Saxony-Anhalt, from 1994 to 2000 he headed the Werkleitz Biennal.


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