Sandra Pulina

Sandra Pulina works as a freelance artist. She lives and works in Münster. In her work, Pulina combines questions of the conception of reality by power and discourses with current research of the spatial turn in real and digital spaces. Pulina questions historical and domineering displays of orders and collections on walls, in showcases, exhibition spaces, facades and virtual spaces. Pulina studied fine art and art history at WWU Münster as well as the Kunstakademie Münster. Prof. Klaus Merkel awarded her the title of master student in 2012. Pulina has received grants and awards (e.g. 2022 Deutscher Künstlerbund, Neustart Kultur BBK, Neustart Kultur; 2020 Neustart, STIFTUNG KUNSTFONDS Artist in Residence, Kunstverein Duisburg e.V., etc.) and has exhibited nationally and internationally in London, Tai Cang and Berlin, among others.

Stephanie Sczepanek

Since 2017 Stephanie has been working as a freelance artist, performer, and art mediator. She lives and works in Essen and Münster. In her work, both in the real world and in the digital, process-oriented actions play as important a role as cooperation and networking. She is a member of the artist:inside collective Very Hart Times, an experimental satirically exaggerated web novela siutated in the art world. She has received grants and awards (e.g. 2022 Innovative Kunstprojekte, Neustart Kultur BBK, Neustart Kultur and “Auf geht’s!” NRW scholarship program; 2021 Kunstpreis der Sparkasse UNNA/ Kunststiftung NRW scholarship Performing Arts: Künstlerische Forschung, etc.) and exhibited nationally as well as internationally in Basel, Vienna and Shanghai among others. She also works as a freelance art mediator in museums in Münster and the Ruhr area. She takes her own artistic practice as a starting point, as she herself mediates. She studied art history, classical archaeology and philosophy at the WWU Münster and fine arts at the Kunstakademie Münster. Since 2014 she has been a master student of Prof. Daniele Buetti.