Ariane Koek is Science Gallery Venice’s first Director. She has a love of and expertise in imagination and creativity in arts, science and technology. She initiated and designed as the Founding Director for nearly 5 years Arts At CERN – the international interdisciplinary arts/science/technology programme based at the world’s largest particle physics public research laboratory in Switzerland. Prior to that she was given the Clore Fellowship - an international cultural leadership award for her work in culture, including as an award-winning staff producer in BBC radio and television known for working across disciplines. Ariane enjoys writing about interdisciplinarity and artists and their work – with essays for exhibitions including those by Pipilotti Rist, Goshka Macuga and Bill Fontana. She is on the Advisory Boards of the House of Electronic Arts (HEK, Switzerland) Arts At CERN, and the Joint Research Council’s sci-art programme based at ISPRA, Italy.
Talk to Ariane at firstname.lastname@example.org