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Archive: IBA Berlin 2020

The Prae-IBA-Team


The seven interdisciplinary working members of the Prae-IBA-Team have prepared an IBA concept proposal for the Senate Department for Urban Development and the environment. From September 2010 to January 2011 the team has developed core themes and subsequently discussed them with many other actors during the IBA studio. At the end of the process the IBA Berlin 2020 has gained valuable impulses for its further design and organisation.

The Prae-IBA-Team:

Markus Bader
Markus Bader is an architect and curator. His work primarily focuses on the interface between architecture, art and urban transformation processes as well as interactive formats. He is co-founder of the group raumlaborberlin, an action group dedicated to architecture, art, intervention and urbanism. raumlaborberlin's various projects explore the perceptions, use and creative potential of public space, forge links between the fields of art and urban development and develop temporary and mobile structures.
www.raumlabor.net
 
Dr Sonja Beeck
Dr Sonja Beeck is an architect who lectured as visiting professor at the University of Innsbruck's Institute for Urban Development and Spatial Planning between 2006 and 2009. In 2010 she began lecturing in urban management as visiting professor at the University of Kassel. In her role as urban project developer and process manager for the IBA Urban Redevelopment Saxony-Anhalt 2010, she gained extensive experience in organizing and implementing an International Building Exhibition.
 
Vanessa Miriam Carlow
Vanessa Miriam Carlow is an architect with an MA in Urban Management. She is currently doing a doctorate at the Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts' Centre for Urbanism on sustainable urban development concepts. In 2004 Vanessa Miriam Carlow founded the company "COBE - architecture, urbanism, research" together with Dan Stubbergaard and works as a freelance architect and urban planner. COBE is currently working on major urban development projects, such as the Nordhavnen in Copenhagen and the extension of the University of Copenhagen and various other academic institutions on the university's North Campus.
www.cobe.dk
 
Pamela Dorsch
Pamela Dorsch is a social scientist, gender diversity consultant and coach. She worked for many years as a research assistant and lecturer at various universities. Since 2005 she has worked as a freelance organizational consultant on gender equality and diversity issues, presided over future workshops and participation processes, worked as a trainer in the field of political education for adults and as a coach on how to lead a well-balanced professional and personal life. Furthermore, she is a member on the Senate Department for Urban Development's Council for Women's Issues.
www.pamela-dorsch.de
 
Martin Heller
Martin Heller is a cultural entrepreneur, exhibition organizer, curator and author. From 1999 to 2003, he was artistic director of the Swiss National Exposition Expo.02. Since 2003, he has worked as a freelance cultural entrepreneur (Heller Enterprises, Zurich), primarily with clients in Germany, Austria and Switzerland. From 2005 to 2010, Martin Heller was also artistic director of Linz 2009 European Capital of Culture. He is currently a consultant curator for IBA Hamburg 2013.
www.hellerenter.ch
 
Dr Thilo Lang
Dr Thilo Lang is an urban planner and human geographer. He specializes in innovative cooperative economic approaches with a focus on social economic models and new financing models. From 2006 to 2009 he was project coordinator at the Transfer Center for Entrepreneurship, Innovation and Networks at the Brandenburg Economic Development Board GmbH (ZAB). At the end of 2009, Thilo Lang assumed the position of Deputy Head of the department of Regional Geography of Europe at the Leibniz Institute for Regional Geography in Leipzig.
www.thilolang.de
 
Dr Fritz Reusswig
Dr Fritz Reusswig is a sociologist and philosopher. He has been working in the field of climate research since 1986 and as a research assistant at Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research (PIK) in the field of climate change and urban development since 1995. Fritz Reusswig lectures at Potsdam University and Offenbach Academy of Art and Design. He is a member of the Chemnitz Board of Urban Design and the Climate Council of Potsdam. On the Prae-IBA-Team, he is responsible for matters relating to resource efficiency, urban ecology and urban climate policy.
www.pik-potsdam.de/members/fritz/