About me


The object is the focal point of my attention in all my research. The key areas are the context of use as well as its production and aspect.

When I graduated in art history (University of Geneva, 2006), I was interested in parallels between European and African art with a master thesis on “European influences and phemba art?” I continued my studies on Oceanic art with a PhD in cultural and social anthropology (University of Vienna, 2011) – “Blood, splendour, ritual: Clubs and their roles in the societies Oceania’s”. I underwent further education in project management (WIFi/Institute for economic development, Vienna, 2013) in order to improve my competences in a more practical domain, particularly organising events and exhibitions.

During and after my studies I collaborated for many years with various different institutions and museums, where my knowledge and skills, as an art historian or as an anthropologist, could be used and developed. Here I would mention, among others:

For art history: Galerie de Bartha de Senarclens (Geneva), Musée de l’Elysée (Lausanne), Musée de Carouge (Genève), Austrian Federal Monuments Office (Vienna), Affordable Art Fair (Singapore).

For anthropology (Africa and Oceania): Weltmuseum Wien (Museum für Völkerkunde, Vienna), OSPG (South Pacific Austrian Association: Vienna), ESfO (European Society for Oceanists: Bergen, Brussels).

This has led to freelance work for various different institutions and private collectors. I am now offering my services and key competences in this field.

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