Women working with light is an open community to discuss, to research and to improve the visibility of women that work with physical light as material or medium.

Around the LICHTCAMPUS Wismar 2019, the idea emerged to link, to co-operate and to reflect on gender-related aspects of professions that refer to light in fine arts and lighting design, architecture and engineering, media and sciences.

If you want to join, please write us an email describing in some few lines why you want to join and what you could contribute: contact@www-light.net
 

333

333 is a Berlin-based art collective founded by Lena Gätjens, Ivana Plavec and Branka Sarić. Their work in the form of site-specific installations and objects explores manifestations of light in order to question complex relations between people and their surroundings.
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Etta Dannemann

Etta Dannemann works as a consultant in communication about light in Berlin, Germany. She works on bridging the gap between lighting design and other disciplines in research and communication projects.
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Bettina Pelz

Her curatorial work is dedicated to light in fine arts. For twenty years, she has have been curating exhibition projects as well as writing and researching on physical light as the primary medium of the visual sphere and its impact on artistic research and practice.
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