Ursula Gillmann, exhibition designer and museum studies specialist. Since 1989 she has been developing and organizing exhibition projects with the atelier gillmann and the arge gillmann schnegg. She has been professor of exhibition design at the Hochschule Darmstadt since 2009. Significant previous projects include Wege zur Welterkenntnis (Basel, 2009); Berge – eine unverständliche Leidenschaft (Innsbruck, 2007); PSYCHOanalyse (Berlin, 2006); Alltag – eine Gebrauchsanweisung (Vienna, 2003); Unten und oben. Zur Naturkultur des Ruhrgebiets (Essen, 2001).
Nicola Lepp is a cultural theorist and exhibition creator, büro für neues ausstellen, Berlin. Since 1995 she has developed numerous themed exhibitions at the crossroads between science and art, and strives towards developing alternative forms of exhibiting and curating. Important projects to date include: "Arbeit. Sinn und Sorge" (2009/10), "PSYCHOanalyse" (2006), and "Der Neue Mensch. Obsessionen des 20. Jahrhunderts" (1999). From 2001 to 2007 she served as adjunct professor in cultural studies at the Fachhochschule Potsdam; she has held numerous teaching posts and produced several publications on museum and exhibition theory.
Nina Wiedemeyer is an art and media scholar, Universität der Künste, Berlin. For the past fifteen years she has worked as an author and curator for various museums and exhibition-planning offices, including for prauth (on the project "Arbeit. Sinn und Sorge", Deutsches Hygiene-Museum Dresden, 2009/10) and the exponenten. Starting in 2012 she has held a post-doctorate position at the UdK in Berlin in graduate studies on "the knowledge of the arts" with a project on the precarious nature of the history of knowledge in the applied arts.