Ole Frahm

Ole Frahm wrote his PhD on Art Spiegelman’s “MAUS: A Survivor’s Tale”. In 2010, he published “Die Sprache des Comics” (Philo Fine Arts), a study on the aesthetics of comics. Frahm is a co-founder of the Institute for Graphic Literature (Arbeitsstelle für Graphische Literatur, ArGL) at the University of Hamburg and a founding member of the Villigst Research Centre on National Socialism, Racism and Antisemitism (Villigster Forschungsforum zu Nationalsozialismus, Rassismus und Antisemitismus e.V.). He currently lives in Frankfurt where he works as a writer. As an artist, he is a member of the media and performance collective LIGNA.


Sascha Hommer

Sascha Hommer

Sascha Hommer was born in the south of Germany in 1979. He studied at the University of Applied Sciences Hamburg (HAW) under professor Anke Feuchtenberger. Hommer’s first graphic novel “Insekt” was published by Reprodukt in 2006, his most recent publication is the graphic travelogue “In China” (Reprodukt 2016). Hommer lives in Hamburg where he currently works as a graphic novelist, freelance illustrator, curator and lecturer.


Elisabeth Desta

Elisabeth Desta

Elisabeth Desta studied theatre arts, comparative and French literature in Leipzig and Paris. She has since gathered varied experience as a manager for educational and cultural projects. Among others, Elisabeth has worked for the Federal Agency for Civic Education and the Lower Saxony Memorials Foundation. From 2011 to 2012, she was Robert Bosch Cultural Manager in Pristina, Kosovo. Elisabeth now lives in Leipzig where she works as a freelance cultural manager, focusing on socio-political and historical developments, specifically in connection with commemorative cultures and collective memory.


Ludwig Henne

Ludwig Henne

Ludwig Henne studied cultural studies, communication and media studies at the University of Leipzig. He has served as a board member in various local and international cultural associations. From 2007 to 2009, he co-developed and implemented a fundraising strategy for the University of Leipzig’s 600th anniversary. From 2010 to 2012, as Robert Bosch Cultural Manager in Košice, Slovakia, he established an artist-in-residency programme within the framework of the “European Capital of Culture”. Since 2012, he has been working as a freelance cultural manager, co-organising international projects and holding seminars on international cultural management. Ludwig also works as a project manager and fundraiser for the German Library for the Blind (DZB).

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