Lecturer in: 2020
Tania Nasielski curates, writes, teaches, manages cultural and artistic projects across media, genres, disciplines.
She collaborates with emerging and confirmed artists, both locally and internationally.
She curated Noli me tangere at Abattoirs de Bomel, Plasticiens en mouvement at Dakar Biennale, Tales of the city at Artefiera Bologna, Hexen 2039 at British Museum, Science Museum, Chelsea Space, Warburg Institute London, Is Art a Lie at Wiels, Shared Heritage at KBR, + numerous projects by local and international artists at 105 Besme, the non-profit platform she founded in Brussels.
As Deputy artistic director at CENTRALE for contemporary art, she (co-)curates and coordinates projects, is in charge of the spaces for emerging artists, works with a focus on process and collaboration.
She teaches Social & Professional practice at ArBA-ESA Brussels; is an active member of the Board at Réseau des Arts à Bruxelles, of the Consultative Commission for Visual Arts of Fédération Wallonie Bruxelles, and of Advies Cultuurraad Vorst.
She holds a Masters in Curating from Goldsmiths College, University of London, and a Masters in European cultural exchanges from Université Paris VIII.