Dr. Nadine Siegert
Dr Nadine Siegert (Research Associate and 2018 Writer in Residence with the NRF/DST SARChI research programme in Geopolitics and the Arts of Africa, Fine Art Department, Rhodes University, South Africa) is a researcher, curator and publisher with a focus on modern and contemporary arts of the Global South.
She is currently the Head of Culture and Development at the Goethe-Institute South Africa. She also runs the publishing house iwalewabooks with a focus on modern and contemporary arts of the Global South. She was a Brooks International Fellow at Tate Modern / Delfina Foundation and Curator in Residence at Vila Sul, Goethe-Institute in Salvador de Bahia. As a curator, she worked on a number of exhibitions such as FAVT: Future Africa Visions in Time (since 2016), Mashup (since 2015) and GhostBusters (2012). In 2016, she published her PhD (Re)mapping Luanda on nostalgic and utopian aesthetic strategies in contemporary art in Angola (LIT).
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