Syrine Siala is an architect and curator based in Tunis. Focus of her present activities is the interplay of contemporary art, socio-cultural interventions and socio-economic impacts. Cultural management is as well part of her personal and future interest. Syrine is part of the core team of INTERFERENCE, International Light Art Project, in tunis and SEE […]
Salma Kossemtini is an interior designer and Junior curator. Her interest in contemporary art and their socio-cultural impact brought her to INTERFERENCE. In doing arts and curating, Salma takes her inspiration from observing social realities and from her experiences within her surroundings. Since 2016, Salma is part of the curatorial team of INTERFERENCE, where she […]
Aymen Gharbi is artistic director of INTERFERENCE Tunis in tandem with Bettina Pelz. Aymen Gharbi is an architect and a curator.
Choosing the curatorial for me was more of a challenge because as a law student I never get the opportunity to open myself up to everything related to arts and to this artistic world, and thanks to INTERFERENCE and the curatorial collective, I finally got the chance to not only learn new things but also […]
CURATORIAL STATEMENT Looking at light as art forms the basis of my work as a photo artist. The possibility to participate curatorially in this project broadens my view of thinking art in public space, accessible to all people far from evaluation criteria such as gender, cultural, social and intellectual origin. That is what art can […]
Farook Sfaxi is a graphic designer, illustrator and visual art lover Curatorial Statement: “Curatorial work is the closest to where the magic happen and where the stories can be told. It’s a work in the shadows that brings to light the art to public. Art can connect people, expose issues or be the celebration of […]
Janet Sebri is a Mechatronics Engineering student at the National Engineering School of Carthage-ENICarthage. She joined the Interference community in 2018 where she worked in the Cultural Heritage studio. In the 2020 edition, Janet has joined the Interference curatorial team. CURATORIAL STATEMENT: “INTERFERENCE introduced me to the opportunity for experience that art gives and taught […]
Bettina Pelz is artistic director of INTERFERENCE Tunis in tandem with Aymen Gharbi.
Sarah Marie Schmidt is a master’s student of integrated design influenced by theatre. At INTERFERENCE she is curatorial assistant. CURATORIAL STATEMENT “The starting point of my artistic perception and my artistic work were film and theatre. This area is mainly about creating connections between image, text and the audience. At INTERFERENCE I now approach […]
CURATORIAL STATEMENT To create islands of connections between the flowing transitions of design, theatre and art in the wide ocean of creativity brought me to the curatorial work. I take the chance to immerse in this fascinating new world. FORMATION Since 2017 | Bremen.de | Integrated Design studies 2019 | Groningen.nl | exchange | Time […]