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Tatiana Bazzichelli

founding ARTISTIC Director & Curator
disruption network lab e.v. board

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Tatiana Bazzichelli is the founding artistic director and curator of the Disruption Network Lab, and board member of the Disruption Network Lab e.V.. Former programme and conference curator at transmediale festival in Berlin from 2011 to 2014, she developed the year-round reSource transmedial culture berlin project. Her work at transmediale was the focus of her 2012-2014 post-doctoral research at the Centre for Digital Cultures, Leuphana University of Lüneburg. She was Visiting Lecturer in the Department of Cultural Practice at the Potsdam University of Applied Sciences (FHP) in 2016-2017. She received a PhD degree in Information and Media Studies at the Faculty of Arts of Aarhus University in 2011, writing the book Networked Disruption: Rethinking Oppositions in Art, Hacktivism and the Business of Social Networking (DARC Press, Aarhus University, 2013), which was the result of her 2009 visiting scholarship at the H-STAR Institute of Stanford University. She wrote the book Networking: The Net as Artwork (it., Costa & Nolan, 2006 /eng., DARC Press, 2008), and co-edited Disrupting Business: Art and Activism in Times of Financial Crisis (Autonomedia, 2013). She curated the exhibitions SAMIZDATA (NOME Gallery, 2015), Networked Disruption (Škuc Gallery, 2015), HACK.Fem.EAST (Kunstraum Kreuzberg /Bethanien, 2008), HACKmit! (MACHmit! Museum, 2007) and Hack.it.art (Kunstraum Kreuzberg /Bethanien, 2005). Active in the Italian hacker scene since the ’90s, her networking art project AHA:Activism-Hacking Artivism won the honorary mention for digital communities at Ars Electronica 2007. Awarded the 2014 “Italian of the Year” from ComItEs Berlin and the Italian Embassy, she has been living in Berlin since 2003.


Lieke Ploeger

Community Director
disruption network lab e.v. board

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Lieke Ploeger is the community director of the Disruption Network Lab. She also serves as board member of the Disruption Network Lab e.V.. She is the co-founder of the independent project space SPEKTRUM art science community in Berlin, where she worked as community builder from 2014 to 2018. Her core interest lies in building and developing both online and offline communities of interest, with a focus on sharing knowledge and expertise in an open way. Next to the Disruption Network Lab, she works as communications officer for Open Knowledge International, a global non-profit organisation focused on realising open data’s value to society by helping civil society groups access and use data to take action on social problems. She has a double master of arts from the University of Utrecht, the Netherlands and has been involved in various European research projects in the areas of open cultural data, open access and open science.


Celina Baljeet Basra

Senior Project Manager


Celina Baljeet Basra is the Senior Project Manager of Disruption Network Lab: managing the production as well as working on fundraising, communication and administration for the Lab. She is a curator, writer and researcher and has recently been part of the team of 10th Berlin Biennale – KW Institute for Contemporary Art e.V. (Publication Office & Mediation Team, 2018) as well as Shanghai Curators Lab, in association with 12th Shanghai Biennale (2018). Celina has been Curator of Galerie im Turm and Assistant Curator at Kunstraum Kreuzberg/Bethanien from November 2015 – October 2017. She graduated in Art History in a Global Context from Freie Universität Berlin in 2015 and previously contributed to a research project on the Interrelated Dynamics of Display and Situation within Aesthetic Reflection (Freie Universität Berlin, 2011-2014). Celina is interested in art practices intersecting with sociology: as spaces and situations for investigation, encounter and conflict, conviviality and radical hospitality; as platforms to present alternative configurations of the present (Gabi Ngcobo); including fragments, bits, revolts and loans, ruins, faults and healing.


Johanna Havemann

PR Manager

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With a background in Evolution and Developmental Biology, Johanna Havemann is a trainer and consultant in Open Science Communication and Science Project Management. Her work experience covers NGOs, a science startup and international institutions including the UN Environment Programme. With a focus on digital tools for science and her label Access 2 Perspectives, she aims at strengthening Research on the African continent through Open Science. Besides co-curating the career podcast PhD Career Stories, Johanna coordinates communication and public relations for the Berlin based organisations Disruption Network Lab and r0g_agency for Open Culture and Critical Transformation gGmbH and is a board member of the social innovation network Global Innovation Gathering.

Nada Bakr

Project & Community Manager
disruption network lab e.v. member

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Nada Bakr is a curator, researcher and cultural manager based in Berlin. She holds a Master of Arts (MA) in Media Arts Cultures from Aalborg University. For two years she studied at Media Arts Cultures, an Erasmus Mundus joint master programme between Austria, Denmark, Poland, and Hong Kong. She works on different projects in Berlin and Cairo related to visual arts, digital culture, art and activism, digital rights and media art. Her work in the field of media art is developed through research and practice on the intersection between art and technology. Nada is the Managing Director and co-curator of Cairotronica - Cairo Electronic and New Media Art festival, where she curates and manages the biennial festival program. Earlier, Nada worked as a project manager of Darb 1718 Contemporary Art and Culture Centre in Cairo and as a prgramme officer for the 5th Cairo Video festival edition for video art and experimental film, organized by Medrar for Contemporary art. She worked as project manager and communication officer of the Disruption Network Lab in 2017 and 2018. Since 2019, she is the project manager of the community-based Activation Programme of the Lab. She is a member of the Disruption Network Lab e.V..


Monti Harmony

Project Manager
disruption network lab e.v. member

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Being involved in actions that are looking for emancipatory solutions for culture and technology, he is interested in understanding, revealing and communicating the power dynamics of our social and digital life. Monti enters collective harmonies to practice feminism and resistance. The types of collaborations appealing to him are floating and deal critically with hierarchies. Spreading methods and knowledge against state and corporate surveillance, Monti wants to gain back digital autonomy. Since 2019 he is working as project manager for the Disruption Network Lab conference programme as well as contributing to the development of the community programme. He is a member of the Disruption Network Lab e.V..

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Jonas Frankki

Designer & Strategist
disruption network lab e.v. member

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Since 2014 Jonas Frankki designs and animates the visual identity of the Disruption Network Lab and each conference, and additionally researches speakers, networks and topics for future events. Jonas was born in Sweden, studied Cultural Management at Kulturverkstan in Gothenburg and is an Art Director at sinnwerkstatt, a Berlin media agency for sustainability. He is a member of the Disruption Network Lab e.V..




Daniela Silvestrin - Project Manager and Guest Curator 2014-2016 - Disruption Network Lab e.V. Member

Daniela Silvestrin worked as project manager at Disruption Network Lab since its inception in 2014 and contributed to its development and production throughout 2015 and 2016. In the framework of the Disruption Network Lab programme, she co-curated the events CYBORG (May 2015) and IGNORANCE (September-October 2016). She is currently working as an independent researcher, curator and cultural manager in Berlin and internationally. She is a member of the Disruption Network Lab e.V..

Kim Voss - Project Manager 2015-2018 - Disruption Network Lab e.V. Member

Kim Voss worked as project manager at Disruption Network Lab from the first conference programme in 2015 until the end of 2018. She graduated in Arts Management and Cultural Work from Fachhochschule Potsdam and is a media scholar at TU Berlin. She is a member of the Disruption Network Lab e.V..

Claudia Dorfmüller - Project Manager & Administration Officer 2016-2017 - Disruption Network Lab e.V. Member

Claudia Dorfmüller worked as project manager and administration officer at Disruption Network Lab in 2016 and 2017, contributing to the foundation of the Disruption Network Lab e.V.. Since 2018 she is part of the Leadership Team of the Arthur Boskamp Foundation in Hohenlockstedt. She is a member of the Disruption Network Lab e.V..

Mauro Mondello - Guest Curator 2017

Mauro Mondello co-curated the conference TERROR FEEDS (November 2017). He is a freelance journalist, writer, and documentary filmmaker based in Berlin.

Rahel Währer - Administration Officer & Manager 2018

Rahel Währer worked as administration officer and manager at Disruption Network Lab in 2018 for the conference programme “Misinformation Ecosystems”. She graduated in Linguistic, Literary and Cultural Studies from TU Dresden and is studying Religion and Culture at HU Berlin.

Lorin Decarli - Editor and Strategy Consultant 2018 - Disruption Network Lab e.V. Member

Lorin Decarli contributed as social media editor for the Disruption Network Lab in 2018 and is occasionally consulting for the programme strategy. He works as jurist for an international law firm and is external lecturer at the Humboldt University for Italian Law. He is ambassador of Emergency NGO and a member of the Disruption Network Lab e.V..

Helen Faller - Development Associate 2018

Helen Faller helped to expand Disruption Network Lab's circle of long-term potential donors as part of its ongoing capacity-building efforts. She has a Ph.D. in Anthropology from the University of Michigan and has raised nearly 1.3 million Euro for small nonprofits working for social change.