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Association round

In the association rounds with Stephanie Kurz and Dennis Oliver Schroer, interactive exercises will take place that evoke associations with the UdK Berlin and incorporate and allow different perspectives from different groups at the university to take effect. The reflections arising from these rounds and the results of the other formats taking place will become part of an experimental, participatory exhibition. This exhibition is intended to be a collection of the voices, perspectives, and facets of the UdK Berlin, like a snapshot. It will ultimately be incorporated into further development.


Stephanie Kurz has been a successful strategy consultant for 25 years. For the first ten years, she was responsible for clients such as Volkswagen, Siemens, DHL, and Otto Group in Germany's largest branding agency, MetaDesign Brand Consultant, and a Member of the Management Board. In 2008, she founded the Berlin agency Stan Hema, where she worked on projects for institutions such as the Kulturstiftung der Länder, the Berlin State Museums, and the Ministry of Culture and Science of North Rhine-Westphalia, as well as for sustainability-oriented companies such as GLS Bank, Freudenberg, and Sawade. Stephanie Kurz has been a freelancer and lecturer at the HAWK in Hildesheim since 2021.

Dennis Oliver Schroer is a Berlin-based strategic consultant, creative director, and curator working at the intersection of social entrepreneurship, culture, and ecology. His field of activity ranges from software companies and anthroposophical enterprises to start-ups founded by artists and opera houses. Internationally, he has realised art projects in public spaces, such as the Dingum exhibition series, and art collaborations in commercial environments. Dennis Oliver Schroer holds a Master's degree in International Management from the University of Maastricht and a Master's degree in Cultural Studies with honours from Goldsmith's College London.