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Advisory board

Dell-Lillinger-Westergaard has an interdisciplinary advisory board that advises and supports the ensemble in its activities. DLW are in regular exchange with the following advisory board members:


Katja Blomberg

Studied art history, classical archaeology and modern German literature in Freiburg and Hamburg. After several years in Tokyo, she completed her doctorate in Heidelberg in 1991. 1990 to 2003 freelance art correspondent Netherlands, Belgium in the arts section of the Frankfurter Alggmeinen Zeitung, last as editor of in Frankfurt. 2003-2004 Press spokeswoman of the Museum of Applied Art in Vienna. 2005-2021 Director Haus am Waldsee, Berlin. Numerous publications in specialist journals and catalogues. 2005: Wie Kunstwerte entstehen, Murmann Verlag, Hamburg. Lives and works in Berlin.

Yohko Mizushima
Studied architecture in Berlin and currently works as a project manager at init AG for digital communication in Berlin and Mainz. Due to her musical background, Yohko Mizushima has been involved in independent music projects for many years. Since 2009, she has been managing partner of Musikatelier für Kinder gUG, with which she runs an annual children's music camp with musicians from the Bavarian Radio Symphony Orchestra. She was involved in the founding of Jazzkollektiv Berlin in 2008 and IG Jazz Berlin in 2010.

Susanne Ogan
After her career as a stage dancer, cultural manager Susanne Ogan has been accompanying the artists Hermann Heisig, Moritz Ostruschnjak, Jochen Voit and Stella Geppert in their artistic work since 2009 and focuses on the implementation of international festivals such as In Between Festivals (Wrocław, 2016), International Dance Theatre Festival Erfurt and Tempelhofer Wald (Berlin, 2019). She has been working for the German National Theatre Weimar since 2020


Sebastian Solte
Studied Information Economics in Stuttgart, Cádiz and Barcelona as well as Economics and Musicology at the Humboldt University in Berlin (with a thesis on "Efficiency and Legitimation of Public Cultural Enterprises"). Through his company bastille musique and the label of the same name, he works as a producer, curator and cultural manager primarily in the fields of contemporary music and music theatre, occasionally lecturing on the side and working as a writer for VAN magazine.

Anne Elisabeth Toft
Architect and doctor of architectural history and theory, specialised in architectural representation, she is associate professor at the Aarhus School of Architecture. Has participated in exhibitions on architecture and photography, taught at various universities, curated exhibitions and published widely. Since 2015 President of the Nordic Association of Architectural Research (NAF/NAAR) and co-editor of the Nordic Academic Press of Architectural Research. 2021-2024 she leads the research network The Representation of the Welfare City.

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