With a preference for feminist sci fi story telling, game aesthetics, critical ecology and posthuman philosophy Nada Rosa Schroer focuses on curatorial and artistic practices that engage with the ecological and psychological consequences of the capitalocene. Taking eco-consciousness, social justice and care as a starting point she's looking for radical proposals to rethink and merge art, research creation and socio-ecological practices.

She currently works as curator for the media art festival FUTUR 21 at the LWL-industrial museums in North Rhine-Westphalia. Previously, she held a research position at the Institute for Art & Art Theory at the University of Cologne where she continues to teach. Furthermore, she worked as curatorial assistant at the Academy of the Arts of the World in Cologne and participated in the curation of the exhibition Resist! at the Rautenstrauch-Joest Museum. As co-curator, she has realized numerous independent projects with Temporary Gallery Cologne, medienwerk.nrw/PACT, And She Was Like: BÄM!, Kunstraum D21 Leipzig and Kunstverein Hildesheim among others.

Nada Rosa Schroer studied Cultural Studies at the University of Leipzig, Staging the Arts and Media at the University of Hildesheim and Cultures of the Curatorial at the Academy of Visual Arts in Leipzig. Articles have appeared in Monopol Online, Keen On Magazine and the Journal for Art Media and Education.

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