Alice is from London and is working on Interpretation and Finance for #BothSidesofHere. She studied History of Art at the University of Leeds where she indulged her love of miniatures researching 17th and 18th Century Dutch Dollhouses. She is interested in the display of women’s material culture as well as examining museum gift shops as curated spaces.
Anna is from the Netherlands and is currently living in London. She is Project Manager for #BothSidesofHere. Anna has a background in music and studied the violin at different conservatoires, but developed a great interest for Art History and Museology during her Bachelor’s at University College Roosevelt. She is passionate about accessibility and inclusivity in the art world and is interested in cross-disciplinary approaches to curation.
Press, Marketing and Social Media & Catalogue
Giulia is from Italy and is working on the Catalogue and with the Marketing team for #BothSidesofHere. She studied Philosophy at King’s College London and then moved on to Curating after developing an interest for Aesthetics. Giulia doesn’t know how to like things casually, and she is most passionate about queer art and the way collective memory and legacies of difficult heritage can shape historical and societal narratives.
Margherita Dosi Delfini
Creative Production & Collection Liaison
Margherita is from Milan and is working on the Video and Audio production for #BothSidesofHere. She also supports the Collection Liaison team. Margherita studied History of Art at The Courtauld, where she developed a strong interest in the relation between collective memory, architecture, and spatial networks. She is investigating how cross-disciplinary curatorial approaches may offer solutions to the question of how we will live together in a future threatened by climate emergency.
Lorenz is from Vienna and is working on the Website Development and Finance for #BothSidesofhere. He studied History of Art at Leiden University and University College London, focusing on Digital Art and the work of Maria Lassnig. He is interested in the collecting practices and presentation of internet art, both online and in physical space.
Collection Liaison & Press, Marketing and Social Media
Katherine is from Brighton and is working on the Collection Liaison and Marketing teams for #BothSidesofHere. She studied History of Art at Edinburgh where she was equally interested by the representation of gender, race and sexuality in Renaissance art and feminist artists of the 1970s who worked with digital media. She is currently obsessed by the idea of the artist’s studio as the crux of creativity.
Tamsin Golding Yee
Tamsin is from London and is working on the Video and Audio production for #BothSidesofHere. She also supports the Interpretation team. At Cambridge, she pursued her interest in archival and diasporic contemporary art, with a particular interest in new digital media. She has recently found out more about transnational collecting practices across the world, fascinated by the museological links between the U.K and South-East Asia.
Angelica is from London and is working on Public Programming and Public Sculpture Liaison for #BothSidesofHere. She also supports the Website Development team. Angelica studied History of Art at Stanford University where she developed an interest in non-traditional studio and exhibition spaces and how they can serve artists and communities. Now, Angelica is exploring interdisciplinary curatorial approaches to art that catalyse social, political, and environmental change.
Nina is from Warsaw and is working on the Collection Liaison and Marketing teams for #BothSidesofHere. She studied History of Art at the University of Oxford and developed an interest in feminist performance since the 1960s, with a focus on pieces extending the functions of the body, as well as performance centred around pain and affect. Nina is now excited to start exploring themes of representing the spiritual within the museum space and its implications for collecting strategies.
Taylor is from New York City and is working on Public Programming and serves as the Public Sculpture Liaison for #BothSidesofHere. She studied History of Art and Visual Media Studies at Duke University, where she wrote her dissertation on the dialogue between Robert Rauschenberg and Soviet nonconformist artists and served as co-curator of a correlating exhibition pairing works from the collection of The Nasher Museum of Art at Duke University and The Robert Rauschenberg Foundation. Taylor then moved to Dallas, Texas where she oversaw installations and both the curatorial and educational program for The Nancy A. Nasher and David J. Haemisegger Collection at NorthPark Center.