Curator and Art Critic
Elise Lammer, (born in Lausanne, Switzerland, lives and works in Basel and Berlin) was trained as a fine artist in Barcelona and holds an MFA in Curating from Goldsmiths College, London.
She is curator at Kunstverein SALTS in Basel, as well as the host and founder of Kunsthalle Roveredo, an artists residency and exhibition space located in Graubünden, Switzerland. Together with Denis Pernet, she runs Alpina Huus, a research platform dedicated to performance and domestic space. Between 2014 and 2016 she was responsible for the exhibitions at APRA, the Adrian Piper Research Archive in Berlin while preparing Piper’s upcoming retrospective at MoMA.
She has participated in exhibitions as an artist, curator and writer in institutions and galleries internationally, including the MAMCO (Geneva); The Schinkel Pavillon (Berlin); The Goethe Institut (Beijing, Hong Kong); Les Urbaines Festival (Lausanne); The South London Gallery (London), autocenter (Berlin); Centre Cuturel Suisse (Paris); Kunsthaus Lagenthal (Langenthal, CH); MCBA (Lausanne).