Bettina Kames is is the director and co-founder of the Berlin-based non-profit art foundation Light Art Space (LAS) that works at the intersection of art, new technology and science. She is an art historian who studied in Munich, Paris, New York and Berlin, where she did her PhD on “Radical Painting / End of Painting” at Freie Universität Berlin. Between 2007 and 2013 Kames worked in New York and curated several exhibitions including Mel Bochner, Charlotte Posenenske, Medardo Rosso, Richard Serra, Alberto Giacometti and Ragnar Kjartansson. After returning to Munich, she conceived various private collections and developed strategies as well as educational programmes for museums.
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Jury: Science in the Arts
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