Hanna Jurisch


Hanna Jurisch is a curator and art historian, and has been part of the ZKM curatorial team in various capacities since 2017. She studied art history and archaeology at the University of Heidelberg and the University of León, ES, as well as art theory, media philosophy and scenography at the Hochschule für Gestaltung (HfG) Karlsruhe. She was co-editor of Dating the Chorus I + II, two self-published independent publications on art education for documenta 14 (2017), and part of the project team for the exhibition 'I got a Feeling of Democracy when it was gone' at the Bundeszentrale für politische Bildung, Bonn (2018).

At ZKM she co-curated the exhibition »Ulrike Rosenbach. today is tomorrow« (2023/2024) and was project assistant for the exhibitions »Aldo Tambellini. Black Matters« (2017), »John Sanborn. Between Order and Entropy« (2022), »Walter Giers. Electronic Art« (2022/2023), »Analivia Cordeiro. From Body to Code« (2023).