Bettina Pelz (she/her) is the artistic director of INTERFERENCE Tunis in tandem with Aymen Gharbi.
Over the last twenty years, the curatorial work of Bettina Pelz is dedicated to art-in-context projects. Her transdisciplinary projects are hosted at art institutions and in public space, in postindustrial ensembles and cultural heritage environments. She has been the founding curator of several sustainable art projects in Europe and Africa. Internationally, she has been involved in projects in Belgium, Egypt, Estonia, Finland, France, Italy, Mali, Mexico, The Netherlands, North-Macedonia, Poland, Portugal, Russia, Senegal, Serbia, Singapore, Slovenia, South Africa, Switzerland, and Tunisia. Since 2016, she directs INTERFERENCE Tunis.tn and SEE DJERBA Houmt Souk.tn in tandem with Aymen Gharbi.
Since 2019, she directs the TASAWAR CURATORIAL STUDIOS, a post-graduate study program on art-in-context on Tunisia, North-Africa and beyond. Since 2021, she is the chief editor of the TASAWORAT Experimental Publishing Platform.
2022 | Tunis.tn, INTERFERENCE YOUNG MASTERS
2021 | Ingolstadt.de, LICHTSTROM International Light Art Project
2021 | Tunis.tn, INTERFERENCE SERIES, YOUNG MASTERS PROGRAM
2021 | Tunis.tn, INTERFERENCE SERIES, ELECTRICAL DISORDER
2021 | Tunis.tn / Online, ON/OFF
2020 | Ingolstadt.de, FLUX LICHTWERKE
2019 | Houmt Souk.tn, SEE DJERBA International Media Biennial in tandem with Aymen Gharbi
2019 | Ségou.ml, SEGOU YELEN International Light Art Project in tandem with Aymen Gharbi
Since 1996 | Wetter/Ruhr.de | STUDIO BETTINA PELZ
1993 – 1996 | Hagen.de | Sociocultural Center | Artistic Director
1989 – 1993 | Ahlen.de | Sociocultural Center | Artistic Director
1985 – 1988 | Muenster.de | Studies of Philosophie and Social-Pedagogics, Degree: Diplom
Since 1988 | Ruhr District.de | Home
1963 | Born in the “Münsterland”.de
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