Lukas Feireiss is a curator, artist, and author working in the international mediation of art, culture, and contemporary reflexivity across disciplinary boundaries. He is the editor and curator of numerous books and exhibitions in art, design, and architecture. He has taught and lectured at various universities worldwide.
Tatjana Schneider has been a professor of architectural theory at TU Braunschweig since 2018. There, she directs the Institute for History and Theory of Architecture and the City (GTAS) and the Collection of Architecture and Civil Engineering (SAIB). She researches, discusses, writes about, and resists violent—exploitative, speculative, and exclusionary—productions of architecture, city, and space.
TheGreenEyl designs large-scale installations and exhibitions. They translate complex themes and content into medial, visual, and spatial experiences. For Living the City, they will design an expansive exhibition architecture and, as part of the curatorial team, take on the realization of the overall project.
Curatorial and Research Assistance
Lisa Schopp, Stephan Willinger (Bundesinstitut für Bau‑, Stadt- und Raumforschung)
TheGreenEyl GmbH (Frederic Eyl, Willy Sengewald, Gunnar Green)
General Management and Direction
Frédéric Eyl, Willy Sengewald
Stefan Helling (TheGreenEyl), Julian-Anthony Hespenheide
Lea Petridi Andrlíková
Gunnar Green, Dominik Schumacher, Shu-Hua Chang, Valerie Daude, Jakob Engelhard, Max O’Dell
Concept and Graphic Design
Lamm & Kirch (Florian Lamm, Jakob Kirch and Sascia Reibel)
Emma Rosa Simon
Elisa Gonzalez Romswinkel, Anna Mbiya Katshunga, Denise Faust
Jörg Brüggemann, Nemanja Knežević, Mike Abrahams
MWB Theater- und Veranstaltungs GmbH (Mathias Westebbe, Martin Beims, Volker Brenner, Kerstin Blankenburg, Ivo Voss, and many more)
x:hibit projects UG (Johannes Krug, Maciej Stawinski, Lucas Velling, and many more)
EINSATEAM (project management / content management / editing and production of video formats: Kascha Lemke, Antje Materna, Jeannette Merker, Katharina Metz, Andrea Nakath, Laura Raber, Anne Schmidt), Lisa Passing (programming)