CAROLA UEHLKEN is a curator and researcher based in 

Berlin.

 

Recently she has been interested in microorganisms, the way they inform human behaviour and well-being, and baroque and biomimetic architecture. Often her projects take literature, philosophy and art from various time periods in history as a starting point to question contemporary structures.

Her last projects investigated the role of global transport mechanisms and the establishment of preventive policing technologies. Since 2017 she collaborates with „Vision Forum“, a mobile laboratory and a platform for developing new forms and contexts to produce and present interdisciplinary projects.

 

Her projects often use the format of guided tours, in which the boundaries and expectations of a space, an architecture or a landmark is questioned and renewed. She writes articles for catalogues and independent publishing platforms.