Lianne Mol is an independent curator and cultural manager from the Netherlands, based in Berlin. In her practice, she experiments with curatorial formats and cultural mediation, with a focus on public art and institutional critique. She also researches sustainability questions in the fashion industry. Lianne has a Research Master’s degree in Art & Visual Culture and Cultural & Literary Studies from the Radboud University in Nijmegen, and finished parts of her training at Node Center for Curatorial Studies, the International Summer Academy for Fine Arts Salzburg, Amsterdam University, Leiden University, and Humboldt University Berlin. Lianne is Co-Founder of the Curatorial Collective for Public Art, an independent agency for the conceptualisation, production, mediation and representation of public art. Since 2019, she also works with B_Tour, a nomadic curatorial platform for artistic guided tours. Lianne has been working with LiTE-HAUS Galerie + Projektraum in Berlin-Neukölln from 2020 on. Between 2017 and 2019, she worked regularly with ZK/U – Center for Art and Urbanistics as a freelance curator and cultural manager. Her texts were published in various media, e.g. the volumes “ARTECITYA: 9 approaches to urban challenges” (2018) and “I can’t work like this: A reader on recent boycotts and contemporary art” (2017). Lianne is a blogger for the Dutch platform Modemuze.
Curatorial Collective for Public Art – www.ccpart.info
B_Tour – www.b-tour.org
LiTE-HAUS – www.lite-haus.net
Modemuze – www.modemuze.nl
Freelance writer, editor and translator