Jasmin Grimm is an artistic director and consultant for international cultural projects and co-founder of Rosy DX – studio for digitality. She conceives exhibitions, festivals, conferences and workshops at the intersection of art, society and technology.
She has directed programmes at NRW-Forum, Goethe Institut, Bitkom, Kompetenzzentrum Kultur- & Kreativwirtschaft des Bundes, Retune Festival, Public Art Lab, TINCON teenage internetwork convention. She has been a programme consultant for Futurium, Ministerium für Kultur und Wissenschaft des Landes Nordrhein-Westfalen and re:publica “Arts & Culture” 2017-2019.
She regularly teaches speculative design and curation at various institutions, like Humboldt University Berlin, University of the Arts Berlin and FH Potsdam. She holds a Master's degree from the University of the Arts (Communication in Social and Economic contexts).
Picture © Constanze Flamme
— The New Now, Zollverein 2021 – Artistic Director— Next Level Festival 2020 – Co-Curator
— Meta Marathon: Robotics 2019 – Festival Director
— Digital Arts Lab 2019 - Curator
— Retune Festival 2018 – Programme Director
— Bosch Alumni Forum XI: Zukunft der Arbeit 2018 – Curator
— Digital Arts Lab 2017 @ hub.berlin – Curator— TINCON 2017 Hamburg – Programme Director— TINCON 2017 Berlin – Programme Director— Retune Festival 2016 – Programme Director— Future Heritage 2015/16 – Initiator
— Curating Emerging Futures, 2020, HU Berlin – Lecturer
— Data Justice – AI & Discrimination, 2020, HU Berlin – Lecturer
— Just Futures, 2020, UdK Berlin – Lecturer
— Data Justice – AI & Discrimination, 2019, FH Potsdam – Lecturer
— Cross-Cultural Management Seminar, 2015-19, FH Kufstein – Lecturer
— Urban Structures, Macromedia Hochschule, 2019, Berlin – Lecturer
— Process in Space Seminar, Macromedia Hochschule, 2014, Berlin – Lecturer
— The Benefits of Art for Companies, 2019, hub.berlin – Panel Speaker
— (Dis)abled Technobodies, 2019, Grüner Salon Volksbühne, Berlin – Speaker
— ISEA Hong Kong “Future Heritage”, 2016, Hong Kong – Speaker— Museum Innovation for Social Inclusion, 2016, Milan – Panel Speaker
— Art Hack Practice. Critical Intersections of Art, Innovation and the Maker Movement - Contributor
— Curating Connectivity: Towards an Understanding of Translocal Urban Media - Co-Author
— “Skills, Training and Knowledge Transfer: traditional and emerging heritage” Structure Dialogue with the European Union, 2017 – Participant
Networks— Tandem Shaml 2015/16 – Participant— Cultural Innovators Network – Member— Robert Bosch Cultural Manager Network – Member