Nadine Wietlishbach talks about her career as a curator and her philosophy in relation to exhibitions and art, and insights on being a woman in her environment.

Nadine Wietlishbach has an unusual background for her career as a curator and museum director: she has no formal education or background in arts history. But her immense curiosity and interest for visual arts in all its mediums has propelled her to her current standing. In this episode we discuss the catalyst of her interest in visual arts, where she draws inspiration from, her approach and vision on exhibition creation and the space that surrounds it, the reality of contemporary photography being a medium of exclusion, and her punk attitude coasting through her career.

Conversation Highlights

Nadine’s background and inspiration

The art of making exhibitions

Photography: a medium of exclusion

On Institutions’ social responsibilities & the punk attitude

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This podcast is supported by Pro Helvetia the swiss arts council, The city of Lancy and the Republic and Canton of Geneva, Switzerland


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