Ina Hollmann

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Ina Hollmann (1984, Berlin) is a Rotterdam based designer and creative producer. Since 2014, she has been working on several exhibitions in the fields of design, art, architecture and digital media. In the past, she has collaborated with notable art and cultural institutions as well as with various designers, curators and other experts on the realization of design and cultural projects.

With her experience in the creative industry, which she gained between 2011 and 2014 as a graphic designer working in the field of brand development and visual communication, she combines these influences and knowledge with her current practice in education and culture. Her expertise and focus lies on the (spatial) realization of research projects and conceptual works as well as the development of exhibitions and other public programming such as conferences and performative events.

To date, Ina has produced thematic exhibitions such as Sense Nonsense and Thing Nothing (Van Abbemuseum, Eindhoven, 2014/2015), Domestic Affairs: the house is a home to the paradox (Bureau Europa, Maastricht, 2015/2016), The Life Fair. New Body Products (Het Nieuwe Instituut, Rotterdam 2016), Lithium (Het Nieuwe Instituut, 2020) and most recently, Designing the Social (Het Nieuwe Instituut, 2021).

Since 2019, she has worked at the Royal Academy of Art, The Hague (KABK) in the department of Graphic Design (BA) and Non Linear Narrative (MA) where she works with curator Agata Jaworska. Together, they guide graduating students with the realization of their final works and graduation exhibition.